Shikar Safari Club International has named New Mexico Department of Game and Fish Captain Tim Cimbal the 2017 New Mexico Wildlife Conservation Officer of the Year.
Officers responded to 21 complaints regarding possible violations of laws and regulations or requests to assist the public.
Recently, the Department of Natural Resources’ Law Enforcement Division bestowed Lifesaving Awards to four officers who were instrumental in resolving potentially fatal situations.
This winter is not a good time to try to kill a mule deer illegally in Utah.
California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) has selected Warden Nicole Kozicki as the 2017 Wildlife Officer of the Year.
With the start of firearm deer hunting season less than a week away, Michigan’s hunters will soon be in the field, carrying on the state’s rich hunting traditions.
A Michigan Department of Natural Resources conservation officer helped rescue a man who had jumped into the Detroit River.
Four Ottawa County men were ticketed recently for poaching nearly 60 wild ducks from a private agricultural pond near the Grand River watershed.
Michigan’s bow hunting season opens Oct. 1, and Department of Natural Resources conservation officers are sharing tips for a safe hunting experience.
Christy Plumer, former director for federal land programs and lead lobbyist for The Nature Conservancy, is joining the Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership as the organization’s new chief…..
The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation is pleased to announce the promotion of Blake Henning to the newly created position of chief conservation officer.
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources Law Enforcement Division is actively seeking recruits for its next conservation officer academy, which begins July 16, 2017.
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.
With the increasing use of off-road vehicles in Michigan, Department of Natural Resources conservation officers encourage ORV riders to observe the “TREAD Lightly” program
The New Mexico Department of Game and Fish worked lakes and streams in an effort to help the public stay safe over the Fourth of July holiday weekend.
Two new officers with unique skillsets and specialized training have joined DNREC Fish & Wildlife Natural Resources Police.
New Mexico Department of Game and Fish conservation officers tracked and killed an adult female black bear that attacked a woman Saturday afternoon.
Two kayakers were rescued early Sunday morning, June 12, in Crawford County by Michigan Department of Natural Resources conservation officers.
Ogemaw County conservation officer Kyle Bader recently was honored with a DNR Lifesaving Award for his efforts in preventing a man from committing suicide.
The New Mexico Department of Game and Fish is seeking qualified men and women to join the next generation of conservation officers who protect and conserve the state’s natural resources.