Montana’s Initiative 177 would ban the most effective means of controlling skunks, rats and other disease-carrying wildlife.
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources today announced the recipients of the 2016 Wildlife Habitat Grants.
The problem of wandering wildlife is not confined to Arizona’s rural communities because even Arizona’s biggest cities are surrounded by deserts, forests and riparian areas.
Do you love Georgia wildlife? Are you looking for a hassle-free way to support the conservation of our state’s rare plants and animals, from bald eagles to Georgia aster?
Those looking to gain perspective into Pennsylvania’s wildlife, habitat and hunting heritage will have several opportunities in the coming weeks to take one or more tours being offered by the…..
The Arizona Game and Fish Department has been informing people for years about the dangers of feeding wildlife.
Quail hunters and conservationists in Arizona have embraced a local model for wildlife habitat conservation by adding a new chapter of Quail Forever in the state.
More than two decades after Georgia protected alligator snapping turtles from commercial trapping, these heavyweight turtles with lightning-quick jaws are struggling to rebound in a former river……
ODFW captured and relocated California bighorn sheep at several locations this week to improve genetic diversity among herds and continue efforts to restore this native species in Oregon.
Sit back and enjoy two minutes of turkey antics with this flock hanging around a ranch field in Donley County, just south of McLean.
For Doug Seus, coming face to face with fearsome predators is all in a day’s work for the 71 year old professional animal trainer…
Did you know that Arizona is home to over 60 species of scorpions, including the most dangerous species in the United States, the bark scorpion?
The CDFW is pleased to announce that California now has an official state amphibian: the California Red-Legged Frog.
Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks is looking for tips on a wolf that was poached in the Burnt Fork area of the Bitterroot Valley, east of Stevensville, on Saturday, May 31.
The California Fish and Game Commission has voted to move forward with listing the gray wolf as an endangered species under California law.
Each year, individuals and organizations are recognized by the Outdoor Hall of Fame for their contributions and roles in supporting Arizona’s wildlife.
It’s the time of year for planting spring food plots and one way to ensure a successful crop is proper seed bed preparation.
This Friday evening, August 23, 2013, the Board of Directors for SCI along with members & special guests, including several members of the Outdoor Media, will celebrate the 25th anniversary of the International Wildlife Museum…
Bushnell Outdoor Products, an industry-leader in high performance sports optics for 65 years, has introduced a new line of high quality camera traps for recording wildlife activity.