Bass Pro Shops is providing customers a chance to join in supporting the Quality Deer Management Association (QDMA) throughout June.
Founded by women from six Western states to defend public lands and waters, iconic wildlife species, and to develop female leaders in wildlife and conservation fields.
Gov. Daugaard has proclaimed June as “Great Outdoors Month” in South Dakota joining with many states across the nation to celebrate nature.
The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission will open online enrollment in this year’s Becoming an Outdoors-Woman workshop beginning June 5.
This weekend, the South Dakota State Parks are opening up camping reservations for the upcoming Labor Day weekend celebrations.
NWTF, the Boy Scouts, the Idaho Department of Fish and Game and local landowners are partnering to improve water-corridor habitat in the South Hills.
Parks everywhere are celebrating National Trails Day this weekend. Hikes, activities and programs are being held in parks to recognize the state’s trails.
The California DFW is now accepting proposals for ecosystem restoration and protection projects that fulfill the objectives of Proposition 1.
President Higgins stressed the need for the various organizations in the hunting community to work together in order to deal with the growing threat of the anti-hunting zealots.
As summer approaches and dry conditions return statewide, several animals are instinctively moving closer to easy sources of food and water: wherever humans can be found.
The Memorial Day weekend is upon us and many Arizona residents and visitors are planning to hop on their off highway vehicle (OHV).
The Wildlife Conservation Board approved approximately $11.5 million in grants to help restore and protect fish and wildlife habitat throughout California.
The Wildlife for Tomorrow Foundation is soliciting nominations for this year’s inductees into the Arizona Outdoor Hall of Fame.
The KDWPT is accepting applications for anyone wanting to attend testing and assessment to be considered for an entry-level natural resource officer.
It’s hard to complain about rain when you live in Kansas, but this has been a tough spring for those who love to be outdoors.
Staff at Custer State Park have been awarded a Secretary’s Award for Drinking Water Excellence by the S.D. DENR for the Game Lodge public water system.
Come listen to country music sensation Morgan Mills and be educated on the state of wildlife today by “Mr. Whitetail,” Larry Weishuhn at the First Annual Stewards of Wildlife Conservation Banquet.
People visiting the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission’s website, agfc.com, will be greeted with a fresh new look when the agency rolls out its new design.
The National Deer Alliance is proud to announce G5 Outdoors, a leading manufacturer of premium archery equipment and design, has pledged support to NDA…
Lewis and Clark Recreation Area near Yankton, South Dakota will host the Becoming an Outdoor Family event June 14-16, 2017.
After touring the country as part of a traveling display, the mount made from a giant, illegally killed Pennsylvania bull elk has come home to PA.
President Donald Trump today proposed a $1.3 billion Fiscal Year 2018 (FY18) budget for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
Nearly 4,500 acres of prime wildlife habitat in southwestern Washington are permanently protected and opened to public access.
There is a clear information gap in the public on the value of hunting and the need to manage black bears..
The South Dakota GFP wants to remind all visitors entering Custer State Park this season that buffalo are dangerous and should not be approached.