A lifelike painting of an Atlantic brant, by Florida artist Garrett Jacobs, is the 2016 North Carolina Waterfowl Conservation Stamp and Print.
The NC Wildlife Resources Commission and the National Wild Turkey Federation are offering 24 free turkey hunting seminars in anticipation of the spring turkey season.
The North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission is holding five public hearings to take comments on proposed temporary rules regarding black bear hunting in North Carolina.
Master Officer Kenneth Ashe of the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission was named a recipient of the 2015 Governor’s Award for Excellence, the highest honor bestowed upon a state employee.
The N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission will conduct nine public hearings in January on proposed changes to the state’s wildlife management, game lands and fishing regulations for the 2016-17 seasons.
Legislation to expand seven-day hunting opportunities in North Carolina was recently filed in the state by members of the North Carolina Legislative Sportsmen’s Caucus.
The North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission has scheduled two free deer hunting seminars in September at the Centennial Campus Center for Wildlife Education in Raleigh.
The North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission’s Home From The Hunt safety campaign is reminding hunters to be just as cautious with tree stands prior to deer season as they should while hunting.
The NCWRC has announced that a 13-year-old Victoria Navaroli of Charlotte recently caught this state record green sunfish from a private pond in Creston.
The Yadkin Patriots of Forbush Middle School in Yadkin County took top honors in the nation as junior champions at the 29th annual International Youth Hunter Education Challenge.
The NCWRC held a ribbon cutting today to celebrate the opening of the Caswell Shooting Range, located on the agency’s R. Wayne Bailey-Caswell Game Land in Yanceyville.
The N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission will offer facilitated permit hunts for youth, 12 to 15 years old, during the upcoming hunting season.
Join the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission on Sept. 27, 2014 as we celebrate National Hunting and Fishing Day in North Carolina.
The N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission is excited to announce that it will be exhibiting at the Mountain State Fair with fun and educational events for everyone in the family to enjoy.
The North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission has set season dates, bag limits and applicable regulations for the 2014-15 waterfowl and extended falconry seasons.
Linda Pearsall received the Thomas L. Quay Wildlife Diversity Award, one of the most prestigious awards given by the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission.
The USFWS has awarded a contract to conduct a review of the Eastern North Carolina non-essential, experimental red wolf population to the Wildlife Management Institute of Cabot, Virginia.
The N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission reminds hunters that the dove hunting season opened Monday, Sept. 1, and to be safe throughout the season for these popular game birds.
Could you train squirrels to chase rabbits? And would the rabbit run or just laugh? How about bomb sniffing squirrels? They would work for peanuts…
It is well established that the problem is widespread throughout the range of bobwhites and does not come with easy solutions…
Hunters, anglers and wildlife enthusiasts now have more ways than ever to receive the most up-to-date information about the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission…
In August, our staff learned of deer held in an unlicensed facility in Surry County. In this instance, two fawns had been held in captivity for several months with an adult male deer of unknown origin…