The sound of the choppers was a sure sign that biologists with the Division of Wildlife Resources were conducting a pronghorn capture in Wayne County, Utah…
The Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries (LDWF) is encouraging citizens to consider prescribed fire to enhance wildlife habitat on the landscape.
Delta Waterfowl’s predator management work continues to show that managing predators on the prairie breeding grounds increases duck production.
This summary provides a general breakdown of how the first season of the three year experiment went, as well as observations and comments from staff and hunters around the state…
The bill, if passed, would outlaw the use of snares as one of the last legal methods of trapping and animal management in New Jersey. NJOA opposes S2538…
The Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries and The Conservation Fund have released an innovative vision for the wild places that make Louisiana the Sportsman’s Paradise.
National Shooting Sports Foundation has created an infographic showing How Wildlife is Thriving Because of positive influences of Guns and Hunting…
Georgia Wildlife Resources Division biologists say that some visiting hummers make the state their winter home and benefit from the nourishment feeders provide.
The Tuttle Creek Wildlife Area has grown by almost 500 acres as the result of a collaborative effort between the KDWPT and conservation organizations.
How do you save an endangered California condor? Provide it with a clean and healthy food source.
The Straight-Horned Markhor has rebounded from the brink of extinction thanks to a community conservation and hunting program.
The Arizona Game and Fish Department is in need of additional volunteers for the second fall spotlighting effort in October.
Pheasants Forever is obviously thrilled about this year’s upturn in bird numbers, however, it’s habitat that remains the key to a long-term turnaround…
Students at South Dakota State University, one of the nation’s most prestigious wildlife management and research institutions, have formed a new Pheasants Forever chapter.
The South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks has completed the annual pheasant brood survey and the results show a 76 percent increase in the statewide pheasants-per-mile index from 2013.
Tanzanian wildlife officials are partnering with the Dallas Safari Club (DSC) to teach hunting guides how to field-judge and age African lions.
The first federal duck stamp went on sale-for $1-on August 22, 1934, making last Friday the 80th anniversary of this landmark conservation instrument…
Lack of approval in the house would send the Scientific Fish and Wildlife Conservation Act to the November ballot where wildlife eco terrorist could destroy a lifetime of sound conservation work….
The NMDGF plans to reintroduce Rocky Mountain bighorn sheep into historic bighorn sheep habitat near Cochiti Canyon in the Jemez Mountains of the Santa Fe National Forest.
Field & Stream has announced that one of the six finalists for its annual Hero of Conservation Award is a Mule Deer Foundation volunteer from Bismarck, North Dakota – Ryan Krapp.
The California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) has announced that current drought conditions have increased the possibility of disease outbreaks in waterfowl.
The Minnesota DNR has announced that all hunters and trappers can apply for the 2014 wolf season beginning Friday, August 1st.
The Minnesota Veterans State Wildlife Management Area is now open to public hunting and outdoor recreation throughout Minnesota’s Stearns and Wright counties.
The Guide Outfitters Association of British Columbia hosted its second successful International Wildlife Management Symposium in Richmond, BC last week.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has proposed a new policy that would give landowners credit for voluntary conservation actions for at-risk species.
Pheasants forever has announced a dedication ceremony to be held for the new Minnesota Veterans State Wildlife Management Area, a project that honors Minnesota’s military veterans.
The Sherburne Wildlife Management Area has announced that they will host a Wood Stork and Wading Bird Event on Saturday, July 19.
Delaware’s piping plovers and their chicks have survived a long and dangerous weekend at Cape Henlopen State Park.
The Pennsylvania Game Commission has announced that their mid-year inventory of bald-eagle nests yet again boast a record total.
West Virginia Division of Natural Resources has announced they are accepting applications for the 2014 Antlerless Deer Season.
Wolverines were historically found in the high mountain areas of Utah. In recent years, biologists have received reports of sightings and tracks in the Bear River and Uinta mountains…
Considering the high duck index and excellent water, the many millions of ducks will be out there this duck season, all over North America…
The USFWS will host five public meetings in various locations around the country and to work towards revising a rule governing how permits are issued for the aimless take of bald and golden eagles.
The WDFW will conduct a survey this summer on elk with hoof disease in the southwest area of Washington and will likely euthanize any elk with severe symptoms.
As part of a national effort to recognize the United States’ symbol of freedom and power, Arizona Governor Jan Brewer has proclaimed June 20 American Bald Eagle Day.
ODFW biologists say it’s almost never a good idea to take a young animal out of the wild, plus it’s illegal.