More than 200 national wildlife refuges were established especially to protect, manage and restore habitat for migratory birds.
November’s Bird of the Month is the Blue-winged Teal (Anas discors).
The skies of North America today provide the backdrop for celebrating a century of conservation of one group of Earth’s most treasured animals: migratory birds.
Rules and information about applying for licenses and hunting migratory game birds, including doves, sandhill cranes and waterfowl for the 2016-17 season are now available online at…..
Although chronic wasting disease has garnered most of the attention from the media during the last few Commission meetings, Commissioners continue to work toward providing higher quality…..
Join the Union Sportsmen’s Alliance for a delicious meal and silent and live auctions to benefit conservation efforts in your area, and you could walk away with great new outdoor gear or…..
Delta Waterfowl continues to be frustrated by the lack of progress being made by U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service leadership in Region 8 (California, Nevada and Klamath Basin) in restoring…..
Fly over to the Kansas Wetlands Education Center’s (KWEC) Great Migration Rally from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on April 30 to learn about migratory birds.
April’s Bird of the Month is the American Bittern (Botaurus lentiginosus).
March’s Migratory Bird Treaty Centennial Bird of the Month is the Eastern Bluebird (Sialia sialis).
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources is offering a fun way for teachers to integrate Michigan’s migratory birds into their science and social studies classes with a free new curriculum.
Michigan Department of Natural Resources wildlife staff members recently took to the sky in small aircraft to observe and count ducks, geese and swans on southeast Michigan’s waterways.
Migratory birds throughout the Western Hemisphere will benefit from $3.8 million in grants for 27 collaborative conservation projects across the Americas, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service…