The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation is proud to recognize and honor its conservation army of 11,000 volunteers during National Volunteer Week.
“We have to offer up scary scenarios… each of us has to decide what the right balance is between being effective and being honest.”
Nesting season is on for Georgia’s beach-nesting birds and the loss of key sites to Hurricane Matthew last year has increased the need to avoid their nests.
Aside from health concerns and laws prohibiting possession of wildlife, the reality is the animal will have its best chance for survival if it’s left alone.
The RMEF worked with a conservation-minded landowner, the NDOW and the USDA NRCS to protect 4,500 acres of key wildlife habitat in northeast Nevada.
There are 26 Kansas state parks just waiting for you to explore, and it won’t be more fun or affordable than it will be on May 6, 2017.
The poached, dead elk were found by officials earlier this year on a county road near the Newton/Madison county line in Arkansas.
The Washington Fish and Wildlife Commission adopted 2017-18 hunting season rules and approved land transactions during a public meeting today in Spokane.
The 2017 BHA North American Rendezvous exceeded all goals and expectations. Thanks to all BHA members for playing a part in this monumental weekend.
The Arizona Game and Fish Department took possession of a “kidnapped” deer fawn during a recent traffic stop in Wickenburg.
According to the FBI, game wardens are now seven times as likely to be assaulted with a deadly weapon as a police officer or deputy sheriff..
At 7:30 a.m., the “Shot Heard ‘Round the World” was fired on the village green in Lexington, Mass., between the colonial militia and British army.
The WDFW is accepting letters of interest through June 30 for membership on its Hunter Education Instructor Advisory Committee (IAC).
Four budding bird artists recently were selected as T-shirt Art Contest winners in Georgia’s 12th annual Youth Birding Competition.
The Horicon Canada goose hunting zone will have one single continuous 92-day time period, rather than the two split time periods experienced in the past.
Tax filing deadline is around the corner and the Arizona Game and Fish Department encourages those last-minute filers to help support the state’s wildlife.
The state’s fishing seasons, developed by the WDFW and treaty tribal co-managers, were finalized during the Pacific Fishery Management Council’s meeting.
Three Cabot artists claimed the top spots in this year’s state-level Federal Junior Duck Stamp Conservation Program art contest.
More than 6,000 hunters, anglers, locavores, conservationists and outdoor recreationists came with their families to western Montana to celebrate BHA.
Police Constables have a new power to make it easier for police officers to request that face coverings be removed from violent protestors.
Montana FWP will host an open house on April 12 to discuss the upcoming watercraft inspection season, new regulations, and Local Boater program.
Two public workshops are scheduled this month for the U.S. Forest Service to present, and obtain public comment upon the alternatives.
The Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department says warm spring weather and melting snows will cause bears to come out of their winter dens in search of food.
Vermont Fish and Wildlife’s popular fish and wildlife summer course for teachers and other educators will be held July 16-21, 2017.
With the coming of spring and warmer weather conditions, snakes of many species are through hunkering down, making human encounters more likely.