The Arizona Game and Fish Department is encouraging hunters who harvest a big game animal affixed with a GPS or VHF tracking collar to return that collar undamaged to any department office statewide.
This Symposium on the conservation of the Alpine Chamois, jointly organised by FACE, the Hunters’ Associations of Bavaria, South Tyrol and Tyrol, is dedicated to the future management of…..
The Arizona Game and Fish Department (AZGFD) supports the findings of a National Park Service report that considers a herd of 600 bison on the Grand Canyon National Park as native wildlife.
The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission heard the first proposals from wildlife management staff on potential regulations concerning deer hunting and management of chronic wasting disease…..
The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission adopted a comprehensive pheasant management plan at its meeting April 22 in Chadron.
Improving pheasant hunting in Nebraska is the goal of a draft comprehensive pheasant management plan that the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission will consider at its April 22 meeting in Chadron.
Moultrie introduces the Moultrie Feed Station for hunters and wildlife managers looking to get into feeding wildlife at an exceptional value.
On April 4, 2016 U. S. District Court Judge Dana Christiansen vacated the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) withdrawal of the proposed listing of wolverine as a threatened species…..
Wilkinson Wildlife Management Area (WMA) in Platte County has reopened to the public following a temporary closure in place to protect whooping cranes using the area.
It’s past time that we quit protecting the varmints that are helping to reduce our declining deer herd.
Everyone has heard of, and probably participated in, a spelling bee. But did you know there is such a thing as a wing bee?
Since mid-December, a fatal disease outbreak has killed increased numbers of pine siskins, a small songbird that inhabits California’s forested areas.
Fluctuations in the 2016 annual elk population survey illustrate one of the primary reasons wildlife researchers have begun placing GPS collars on elk in northwestern Minnesota and tracking…..
Michigan Department of Natural Resources wildlife staff members recently took to the sky in small aircraft to observe and count ducks, geese and swans on southeast Michigan’s waterways.
Minnesota’s moose population remains low despite a slowing population decline during the past five years, the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources said.
The Arizona Game and Fish Department has confirmed a disease event affecting a portion of the bighorn sheep population in the Black Mountains of northwest Arizona.
Countryside Alliance is still fighting for sense to return to the hunting debate and the role of the hunting in wildlife management…
Since 2009, Pennsylvania’s bat populations have been decimated by white-nose syndrome, a condition that causes bats to rouse during hibernation, burning the fat reserves they depend on to make…..
You’re invited to join the Nevada Department of Wildlife (NDOW) at a town hall meeting nearest you to express your opinions on Nevada’s hunting seasons.
Yesterday, Congressional Sportsmen’s Foundation (CSF) Fisheries Program Director Chris Horton joined eight panelists to testify before the House Natural Resources Subcommittee on Water, Power and…..
The Quality Deer Management Association (QDMA) is seeking qualified candidates for the position of Wildlife Management Cooperative Specialist in Missouri.
House lawmakers from the Committee on Natural Resources will meet tomorrow to discuss the states’ management role in sage-grouse conservation efforts.
Today, the Congressional Sportsmen’s Foundation (CSF) hosted a Breakfast Briefing on Capitol Hill on the topic, “The Solution to Gulf of Mexico Red Snapper: State-based Management.”
Ducks Unlimited recognized Louisiana businessman and conservationist Warren Coco last night at a tribute event in Baton Rouge.
The Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries (LDWF) presented its Louisiana Black Bear Management Plan.
The SDGFP’s Division of Wildlife released the draft five-year elk management plan with a request for comments to be submitted by Jan. 5, 2015, however, that deadline has now been extended to Feb. 6.
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.