Valuable fish and wildlife habitat, unique hunting and fishing opportunities at stake as administration deliberates the future of 27 monuments
Much of Leque Island was historically a saltwater marsh that provided habitat for many species, including juvenile salmon.
Online registration for the event, which will take place July 20-23 in New Orleans, ends July 10 at midnight.
Boone and Crockett Club member Marc Brinkmeyer addressed the group and stressed the issue of forest management, fuel buildup, and catastrophic wildfires.
The Quality Deer Management Association (QDMA) is pleased to announce that Adam Smith has joined the organization as a Regional Director for Region 6.
The last century has seen many wildlife conservation success stories thanks to the efforts of the professional fish and wildlife management community.
A hearing to discuss the 2018 Farm Bill direction is scheduled in the Senate Agriculture, Nutrition & Forestry Committee on June 29.
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 U.S. Department of Interior announced the recovery of the Yellowstone grizzly bear population as well as its intent to remove federal protections.
You might be surprised to learn how simple it is to avoid a negative encounter with a black bear.
Despite a seemingly wet winter in Arizona’s high country, several wildfires have broken out during the recent dry conditions.
The Ruffed Grouse Society and American Woodcock Society (RGS/AWS) recently named Dr. Brent A. Rudolph as director of conservation policy.
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.
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.
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.
Melissa Bachman of Minnesota, the host of Winchester Deadly Passion on the Sportsman Channel, has joined the QDMA Board of Directors.
Registration is now open for the National Deer Alliance’s (NDA) 2017 North American Deer Summit in Austin, Texas on June 7-8.
Proposed EPA budget cuts have activists in dither over wrong issues and imaginary problems.
A bill that would inhibit the strategic acquisition of public lands and waters for access, recreation and fish and wildlife habitat is drawing strong criticism.
$38.8 million approved for wetland conservation projects; $7.8 million to conserve 2,629 acres on national wildlife refuges and open thousands of additional acres to public hunting.
A bill that would inhibit the strategic acquisition of public lands and waters for access, recreation and fish and wildlife habitat is drawing strong criticism from Backcountry Hunters & Anglers.
The Washington Fish and Wildlife Commission adopted 2017-18 hunting season rules and approved land transactions during a public meeting today in Spokane.