Local organizations are teaming up to provide a public “sight-in day” at the Valley County Rifle and Pistol Club (VCRPC) shooting range starting at 1 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 15.
The Keystone Elk Country Alliance’s (KECA) 2016 Elk Tag Raffle winner selected at a public drawing held at the 2016 Elk Expo on August 21 was Steve Unis from Ulster, PA.
Fish & Wildlife Natural Resources Police officers on Oct. 7 responded to Milford Memorial Hospital, where a 32-year-old downstate man was treated following a hunting accident near Harrington.
In addition to the opening of state forest roads, Public Act 288 also reinstates the use of ORVs and pack or saddle animals for retrieval of harvested deer, bear and elk on state-managed public lands
Four Ottawa County men were ticketed recently for poaching nearly 60 wild ducks from a private agricultural pond near the Grand River watershed.
Service changes status from endangered to threatened, adding to growing list of ESA successes.
ODFW has confirmed 16 cases of hoof disease in Oregon elk since the first case was confirmed in early 2014.
Outdoor Sportsman Group is proud to announce Jana Waller, host of Sportsman Channel’s Skull Bound TV, is receiving a “Distinguished Service Award” from her alma mater, UW-Whitewater.
The USFWS announcement, proposed in July, expands hunting and fishing on 13 national wildlife refuges in nine states.
Improvement projects are scheduled to take place over the next three years in various areas in Michigan.
Partners in Flight (PIF) recently released a comprehensive revision of the network’s landmark 2004 North American Landbird Conservation Plan.
Trish Engel, a former wildlife events coordinator with the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources (DWR), started this week as the Mule Deer Foundation’s (MDF) new Youth Programs Coordinator.
Each year the Nebraska Wildlife Crimestoppers hosts only one event to help raise funds for the rewards they provide to protect wildlife.
Michigan Department of Natural Resources conservation officer Ken Kovach helped save the life of a St. Clair County man Monday who had accidentally shot himself with his pistol…..
If you hunt in areas where invasive phragmites is growing, these seeds and fragments can stick to gear, including decoys,anchors, waders, and even dogs.
Hunters in portions of southeastern Minnesota can harvest antlerless deer in an early antlerless-only season from Thursday, Oct. 20, to Sunday, Oct. 23.
The 10th season of alligator hunting in Arkansas saw a record 64 alligators had been harvested in two weekends of hunting.
Alicia Hardin has been selected as the wildlife division administrator for the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission.
October’s Bird of the Month is the Whooping Crane (Grus americana).
A young bull elk recently has been spotted in several locations in mid-Michigan that are outside its home range.
Nebraskans can support wildlife and conservation education in the state by purchasing a special vehicle license plate.
Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks (FWP) game wardens are seeking information about a bull moose that was shot and left to waste on the Warnken Ranch Block Management Area, northwest of Superior.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is responsible for managing more than 850 million acres of lands and waters in the National Wildlife Refuge System, including five marine national monuments…..
The announcement of the group effort and the AGFC’s partnership was announced Friday, Sept. 30.
Keep up with the latest changes to fall hunting seasons with the AGFC’s Outdoor Hotline, airing 7 p.m., Oct. 6 on AETN.