With summer in full swing, South Dakota state parks are offering a variety of programs for visitors from July 7th to 8th.
Utah’s night life is great for many reasons. But some of the most exciting events happen away from bustling city venues, on natural landscapes.
The Quality Deer Management Association (QDMA) is pleased to announce that Adam Smith has joined the organization as a Regional Director for Region 6.
With the Fourth of July quickly approaching, the AZGFD reminds everyone planning to hit the trails on OHV to be safe and ride responsibly.
The Fourth of July and Kansas state parks go together like ice cream and apple pie, and both are American traditions. Come celebrate with us this weekend!
That ancient oak standing amongst a crowded forest canopy may look like the perfect magnet for deer, but that tree may not be the best use of space.
The last century has seen many wildlife conservation success stories thanks to the efforts of the professional fish and wildlife management community.
MDF was awarded a $10,000 grant this month from DSC to help two western states monitor mule deer populations and track migration corridors.
After more than four decades, the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem population of grizzly bears has been deemed recovered by federal wildlife biologists.
The National Wild Turkey Federation commends the House Committee on Natural Resources for the passage of H.R.2936, the Resilient Federal Forests Act.
Over my 20-year career as a wildlife biologist, I have run across my share of odd and puzzling things in the woods.
In response to a March 2017 discovery of bovine TB, the South Dakota GFP conducted an immediate wildlife surveillance effort.
Federal agencies are permitted to promote polices, but are prohibited from engaging in propaganda, which is defined as covert activity intended to influence the American public.
A hearing to discuss the 2018 Farm Bill direction is scheduled in the Senate Agriculture, Nutrition & Forestry Committee on June 29.
The following is a list of dates and events in the month of July provided by the California Department of Fish and Wildlife.
The new Conservation Corner will allow conservation organizations an opportunity to reach the over 1,600 media and buyers in attendance at Industry Day.
The Arizona Big Game Super Raffle deadline to enter the 12th annual Arizona Big Game Super Raffle is less than three weeks away.
Rep. Paul Gosar introduced the bi-partisan Grand Canyon Bison Management Act, which would allow the use of wildlife management, conservation techniques.
Many birds are in the heart of their nesting season — males singing vigorously to announce their territories while females take up incubating eggs.
The South Dakota GFP has posted additional information online for those needing clarification on application of the Open Waters Compromise.
Harvey will provide support, guidance in Big Sky Country, home to 15 Pheasants Forever chapters and more than 2,100 members of “The Habitat Organization.”
The U.S. Department of Interior announced the recovery of the Yellowstone grizzly bear population as well as its intent to remove federal protections.
Orion: The Hunter’s Institute is pleased to announce the addition of Tovar Cerulli, book author and speaker, and Phil T. Seng, of DJ Case & Associates, to the Orion Board of Directors.
A history-making breeding season is winding down for whooping cranes in the Eastern Migratory Population that summers in Wisconsin, yielding a dozen chicks.
As the spring and summer beckon people outdoors, California’s black bears are also active after a long winter hibernation.