JetBlue, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the U.S. Wildlife Trafficking Alliance are educating travelers about how to “buy informed.”
We’re extremely pleased that the voters in Montana have seen through the shallow rhetoric from anti-trapping organizations about Initiative 177.
Hunters are gearing up for the start of Vermont’s statewide 16-day rifle deer season that begins November 12 and ends Sunday, November 27.
Over four days, visitors of the DSC Convention will have the opportunity to contribute to conservation efforts of ensuring the future of hunting.
Responsive Management has produced a new article detailing hunters’ contributions to wildlife conservation in the United States.
The Land Trust Alliance, a national land conservation organization working to save the places people love by strengthening land conservation across America.
In a show of support for protecting access, more than 300 people attended the “Respected Access in Arizona” campaign fundraiser.
Rats and other unorthodox animal species are being tested to see if it can help detect illegal shipments of pangolins and hardwood timber in Tanzania.
Shane Mahoney has recently launched “Building a Coalition Between Hunters & Non-Hunters,” the fourth video to be released as part of his new Conservation Matters vignette series.
This week, two anti-fracking initiatives backed by deep-pocketed environmental lobbying heavyweights, such as the Sierra Club and Greenpeace, failed to gather enough signatures
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources has free educational opportunities to help educators looking for a fun way to integrate Michigan’s unique flora and fauna into their curriculum.
Pheasants Forever and its partners are asking the outdoor community for their support in this effort.
Most testing will happen during the opening weekend of the statewide season A firearms deer season that begins Saturday, Nov. 5.
The Arizona Game and Fish Department is now accepting applications for more than $400,000 in Heritage Fund grants.
Nate Stumpf, chairman of the Agassiz 4-Curls Chapter in Fargo, North Dakota, is Delta Waterfowl’s 2016 Volunteer of the Year.
The disease is always fatal and infected deer can appear healthy. Live animal testing is still in development.
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources, in collaboration with Central Lakes College, has discovered a bat species new to Minnesota, the evening bat (Nycticeius humeralis).
As executive vice president, Jackson will manage teams that deliver essential services to land trusts.
Deer, especially does, are less likely to disperse from areas with good habitat. And everyone knows that come fall, bucks follow the does.
The Teton County Board of Commissioners voted to formally oppose efforts to transfer America’s public lands to the state of Idaho or local governments.
The 2015 statewide turkey population was approximately 216,000, which is slightly above the previous five-year average of 205,000 birds.
The deadline to apply is Sept. 19, 2016. DNR will notify the grant winner and award funding in October.
New hunting and angling opportunities on national wildlife refuges provide increased public access for sportsmen during a time when access is shrinking.
Backcountry Hunters & Anglers is initiating a national campaign, Stream Access Now, to uphold and expand public access to America’s streams and waterways.
Gov. Asa Hutchinson today appointed Bobby L. Martin of Rogers to the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission.
A right of passage, an initiation, a crash-course, call it what you will, but for those who have taken a Kansas Hunter Ed course, they know it’s worth it.
Anticipation for duck season is building. Will we see a strong fall flight of ducks winging south?
The importance of heath and prosperity for the people of Africa is directly tied to the well being of wildlife and particularly big game in Africa.
QDMA is pleased to announce that Mark Turner and Morgan Warda have joined the organization as interns for QDMA’s Education and Outreach Department.
Equal parts road comedy & rousing adventure story, Hunt for the Wilderpeople tells a hilarious, touching story that reminds us about the journey of growing up…
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources today announced that the application period is now open for the Deer Private Land Assistance Network (Deer PLAN) grant program.
Minnesota’s ruffed grouse spring drumming counts were up 18 percent statewide this year compared to last year, according to a survey conducted by the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources.
Pheasants Forever & Quail Forever announce Joe Hosmer, 67, and Brett Reber, 57, as newly elected members of the organization’s National Board of Directors.
The final species to be featured in the Living Resources Patch series is Michigan’s state bird, the American robin.
The New Mexico Department of Game and Fish worked lakes and streams in an effort to help the public stay safe over the Fourth of July holiday weekend.
A popular Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks Region 6 program that allows children and their families to check out free fishing rods and tackle is in full swing again this year.
The month of July is, on average, the warmest of the year and is a time when many lawn sprinkler systems are running regularly.
Cleanup following a storm can be an overwhelming task for homeowners. Knowing which trees to save and which to remove can impact safety and the survival of remaining trees.
The secretive, shy and elusive mountain lion will be the subject of a free, one-hour presentation July 8 at the Kingman Mohave County Library, 3269 N. Burbank St., in Kingman.
July’s Bird of the Month is the Black Tern (Chlidonias niger). This state-endangered gull-like bird is a long-distance migrant and highly dependent high-quality emergent marsh habitat.