The WDFW is seeking public comments on a draft management plan for the Oak Creek Wildlife Area in southcentral Washington.
For the second straight year, the Arizona Game and Fish Department’s Outdoor Expo – the state’s largest free outdoor expo – has set an attendance record.
For more than two years, Utah prairie dogs in southwestern Utah have prospered under the watchful eye of state wildlife biologists.
The U.S. Department of the Interior announced the downlisting of the West Indian manatee from an endangered to threatened species.
The following is a list of dates and events in the month of April provided by the California Department of Fish and Wildlife.
A bill to conserve 100,000 Oregon acres passed through a markup in the U.S. Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources.
A popular live-streaming peregrine camera will unfortunately remain dark this season, after the nesting pair failed to return to the nest.
Deputy Agriculture Secretary Michael Young today announced a contract renewal sign-up for the CSP, USDA’s largest working lands conservation program.
With snowpack close to 200 percent higher this year, it’s taken longer for the rocky layer on the South Slope of the Uinta Mountains to reveal itself.
This bill would increase access to public lands for outdoor recreation, and opportunities for pursuing hunting, angling, and shooting traditions.
Commemorative Firearms has been commissioned to create “The Pioneers of Conservation Rifle”, built on a fully functioning Henry Repeating Arms .45-70.
A WW-II model M2 90 mm anti-aircraft gun is scheduled to be delivered to the Fort Miles Artillery Park in Cape Henlopen State Park on Thursday, March 30.
Learn the various forms of décor that can be made with clay at 9:30 a.m. At 11 a.m., discover the different types of wildlife along the Mississippi.
Two campgrounds at Lake McConaughy State Recreation Area will close temporarily to allow construction crews to complete upgrades to campground amenities.
The snowmobile season saw good trail conditions to start the season, but warmer temperatures halted trail grooming mid-February.
Situations become much more complex, and sometimes pose a danger to the wildlife or people, when an animal is moved or taken into a home.
Work was initially planned to begin this spring, but has been postponed until after Labor Day (Sept. 4) and the busy summertime camping season.
The public have the chance to view greater prairie-chickens and Sandhill cranes at two public viewing blinds in Nebraska.
The Arizona Game, Fish Department’s Outdoor Expo, presented by Shikar Safari Club International, drew a record one-day crowd yesterday of 24,700 visitors.
The Arizona Elk Society are still accepting sponsors and auction donations to ensure they raise the vital funds needed to serve 1,000 youth, 70 veterans, improve 200,000 acres of land.
Hosted by Kansas Wildlife and Parks Magazine staff, the 5th annual contest will kick off March 23 and run through 5 p.m. on Oct 13, 2017.
These public lands encompass a wealth of hunting and fishing opportunities, support robust game populations and sustain coldwater fisheries.
The contest is open to U.S. residents who are 18 years of age or older as of March 7, 2017. Entrants need not reside in California.
It’s tax time, and charitable donations are on our minds. What if your donation could make a positive difference in a disabled veteran’s life?
Longer daylight hours, warming temperatures and new green plants have wildlife moving and sightings of Michigan bear increasing.