The National Deer Alliance (NDA) has recently developed the organization’s first comprehensive website to keep deer hunters informed about deer issues across the country.
Women interested in becoming more comfortable and familiar with firearms are invited by the Friends of Fancy Creek Range to attend a Women On Target (WOT) event on Saturday, Sept. 10.
Representing the fastest successful recovery for any Endangered Species Act (ESA)-listed mammal in the United States, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (Service) today announced the final…..
The 12th Annual Porcupine Mountains Music Festival is set for Aug. 26-28 at the Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park’s winter recreation area (ski hill).
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources has free educational opportunities to help educators looking for a fun way to integrate Michigan’s unique flora and fauna into their curriculum.
North America’s spring duck population remains high, but returning birds initially found a lower pond count in key areas of the breeding grounds, according to the 2016 Waterfowl Breeding…..
Richard Cramer, who has spent many of his 25 years with the Game Commission working within the Northwest Region, has been named director of the region office.
Women are invited to enroll in a how to hunt deer with firearms program being offered this fall through the Department of Natural Resources.
Through a unique public-private partnership between the State of Delaware, the Chesapeake Conservancy and the U.S. Navy, DNREC’s Division of Fish & Wildlife recently purchased 48 acres of…..
As part of its ongoing mission to ensure the future of wildlife and hunting, DSC Foundation (DSCF) recently granted funds to help support Zambeze Delta Anti-Poaching and their successful…..
California’s law prohibiting the sale of nearly all privately owned ivory objects is rife with major constitutional flaws, according to a brief seeking a summary judgment filed on Monday (Aug. 8)…..
A new study has found that recreational hunting use of private land in the U.S. has significant benefits for both conservation efforts & economic return…
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources today announced the availability of grant applications for the 2016-17 DNR Urban and Community Forestry Program.
Meet Kristy Titus at Cabela’s Grand Opening celebration in Avon, Ohio this weekend, August 13-14. Titus will be available for meet & greets Saturday and Sunday from 11 a.m. – 5 p.m. both days
Minnesota’s regular waterfowl season will open on Saturday, Sept. 24, with similar bag limits and season dates that were in place last year, according to the Department of Natural Resources.
Wanting to ensure hunting stays a tradition in the Cowboy State, Groathouse Construction, Inc. has stepped forward to sponsor a youth hunter from Cody at this year’s Wyoming Women’s Antelope Hunt.
Wildlife managers urge residents in the John Day area to take steps to avoid bear conflicts this fall. Secure garbage and food waste, clean up fallen fruit around trees.
The Minnesota chapter of Backcountry Hunters & Anglers (BHA) has been accumulating an impressive record of awards and recognition for its rapid-fire efforts on behalf of wildlands and wildlife.
Michigan parents of children interested in learning to hunt should consider enrollment in a hunter education class as part of their “back-to-school” plans.
Just a note to let you know that we should be receiving the 2015 Arizona Wildlife Trophies Book soon. Cost of the book is $45.00 plus $4.00 shipping.
If you’re one of the lucky hunters who has a permit for Utah’s general archery buck deer hunt, plenty of bucks — and a new website — are waiting for you.
Fifteen young people recently were selected to participate as members of the Michigan Natural Resources Commission’s Youth Conservation Council.
August is a great time to obtain Hunter Education certification in Nebraska. With hunting seasons are on the horizon, courses are forming and filling up.
Pheasants Forever and its partners are asking the outdoor community for their support in this effort.
Within the past several weeks, well-intentioned people have delivered several deer fawns toAZGFD offices believing that the animals were abandoned by their parents.