One year after their habitat was nearly wiped out by the 2017 Frye Fire, an annual survey of the endangered Mt. Graham red squirrel shows notable increases.
The Game Commission again is seeking help from the public in surveying wild turkeys in August to get a handle on production statewide.
Just about every hunting camp in bear territory has a tale or two to tell about a mischievous bruin finding its way into their feeder or trash bins.
The latest lesser prairie chicken survey shows population trends remain stable after six years of aerial survey data collection, according to the WAFWA.
The California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) has completed its annual waterfowl breeding population survey for 2017.
Wisconsin’s spring 2017 waterfowl population surveys indicate increased numbers of breeding waterfowl pairs and relatively good wetland conditions.
No survey experience is necessary to participate but volunteers must attend an orientation on Saturday, Feb. 25, at 6 p.m. at the Angeles National Forest Supervisor’s Office in Arcadia.
The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission’s latest aerial waterfowl survey revealed a much improved population estimate for ducks wintering in The Natural State.
The South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks (GFP) has completed the annual pheasant brood survey and the results show a 20 percent decrease in the statewide pheasants-per-mile (PPM) index from 2015.
The report shows mallard numbers are near record highs and the estimated green-winged teal population is the highest since estimates began in 1955.
About the same number of small game hunters took to the field in 2015 compared to the year before.
The 2015 statewide turkey population was approximately 216,000, which is slightly above the previous five-year average of 205,000 birds.
Minnesota’s ruffed grouse spring drumming counts were up 18 percent statewide this year compared to last year, according to a survey conducted by the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources.
DNREC’s Division of Fish & Wildlife is looking for wildlife watchers and outdoor enthusiasts to assist with its 7th annual wild turkey reproduction survey.
Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks biologists have completed their 2016 winter and spring aerial surveys of deer populations across Region 6 in northeastern Montana.
Wisconsin spring waterfowl breeding population surveys in 2016 indicate quality waterfowl production, despite relatively dry conditions experienced during the survey.
More than 200 bald eagle nests have been documented in Georgia for the second straight year, according to the state Department of Natural Resources.
Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks biologists have completed the 2016 survey of the Missouri River Breaks (MRB) and Bears Paw elk herds in Region 6.
Sixty-one people gathered and were scattered to 11 survey sites for the 9th annual Spring Eagle Survey, held March 5 in the Pipestem area of southern West Virginia.
According to the Western Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies (WAWFA), aerial surveys for lesser prairie chickens will begin March 17.