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.
NWTF works throughout the year to improve habitat not only for wild turkeys but also for some of our upland habitat’s most important visitors — pollinators.
Becoming an Outdoors-Woman (BOW) is a non-profit, educational program offering hands-on workshops to adult women.
When it comes to choosing a “how-to” Arizona outdoor skill event, one size does not fit for everyone. So, where does one begin?
The CDFW is accepting applications for 31 elk hunting opportunities offered through the Shared Habitat Alliance for Recreational Enhancement program.
AZGFD, in partnership with the Dolly Steamboat and Arizona Desert Bighorn Sheep Society, is offering a two-part opportunity on June 23-24.
A female black bear and her three cubs were transferred to Oakland Zoo from the care of the CDFW Wildlife Investigations Lab on Tuesday.
With passage of House Bill 1001, the South Dakota GFP is now in the process of removing the cables that have blocked boat ramps on nonmeandered waters.
The South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks (GFP) has declared Father’s Day weekend as a free fishing weekend across South Dakota for residents and nonresidents.
Thompson/Center Arms today announced it has joined National Hunting and Fishing Day (NHF Day) as an official sponsor for 2017.
Ryan Zinke held a press conference today formally announcing the release of $1.1 billion from the Federal Aid in Wildlife Restoration Act.
You might be surprised to learn how simple it is to avoid a negative encounter with a black bear.
A comprehensive version of the SHARE act is to be discussed in the House Committee on Natural Resources on Wednesday, June 14.
Despite a seemingly wet winter in Arizona’s high country, several wildfires have broken out during the recent dry conditions.
The Arizona Game and Fish Commission has appointed Ty Gray as the brand new director of the Arizona Game and Fish Department.
The report also analyzes development potential for oil and gas, solar, and wind energy on public lands located within PHMA.
Pheasants Forever volunteers have banded together to positively impact Colorado’s renowned conservation, hunting heritage with a new chapter.
South Dakota state parks and recreation areas all around the South Dakota will hold cooking classes Saturday, June 17, 2017.
Following Ryan Zinke’s announcement of recommendations that would undermine Bears Ears National Monument in Utah, BHA offered the following response.
The AZGFD has seized a deer, bobcat and javelina since June 2 that were illegally taken captive while young by Tucson area residents and reared as pets.
The winners of the “Don’t Let it Loose!” Youth Art Contest have been announced by the California Department of Fish and Wildlife Invasive Species Program.
Van Buren County is the latest area to be placed under special wildlife regulations to curb the spread of chronic wasting disease.
Multinational energy corporation ConocoPhillips received the inaugural Ducks Unlimited Corporate Conservation Achievement Award.