PF and the MNDNR recently dedicated a 112-acre addition to Rich Valley Wildlife Management Area near Hutchinson, Minn., in honor of the legend Dr. Virgil Voigt.
According to the USFWS, Monarch butterflies are struggling with counts of the insects trending down so sharply that their migration is now under threat.
Secretary Sally Jewell has announced that due to concerted conservation efforts by landowners and other partners, the Delmarva Peninsula fox squirrel has recovered across many parts of its range.
The AZGFC voted to take several actions related to Mexican wolf conservation in light of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s recent release of the draft Environmental Impact Statement.
Secretary Jewell, Director Ashe Announce $35 Million in Grants to Boost State Endangered Species Conservation Efforts Funding to 20 states will help collaborative efforts for conservation.
The U.S. House of Representatives passed the Multinational Species Conservation Funds Semipostal Stamp Reauthorization Act, requiring the USPS to resume sales of the Save Vanishing Species stamp.
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 U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is excited to announce that it will partner with communities, corporations and nonprofits to help restore the natural environment, and more.
The USFWS is excited to announce that Paul Souza has been selected to be the Assistant Director for Science Applications for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
The USFWS announced today that it is withdrawing a proposal to list the North American wolverine in the contiguous United States as a threatened species under the ESA.
The USFWS is one step closer to making a decision on permitting Maine’s state-regulated trapping programs for effects to the federally protected Canada lynx.
The USFWS has announced a proposal to hunting season lengths and bag limits for the upcoming waterfowl seasons.
The USFWS will wait to “re-evaluate” a controversial new policy on elephant hunting, but DSC worrys that political gamesmanship in America is already compromising sustainable elephant management in Africa.
Results from a survey based on the nation’s mourning dove hunters were released by the AFWA, National Flyway Council and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s competitive State Wildlife Grants program helped raise a total of $5.6 million in grants for 16 projects in 12 states.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has proposed a new policy that would give landowners credit for voluntary conservation actions for at-risk species.
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources has announced that the new Federal Duck Stamp will go on sale around July 17.
The USFWS has approved the 2014-2015 Texas dove season, including a 70-day season and 15-bird daily bag statewide, and a 16-day early teal and Canada goose season.
Rangers talk about creepy myths and other wildlife fears sparked by active imaginations or fuzzy senses of geography.
The USFWS has released the annual “Trends in Duck Breeding Populations 2014″ report, Duck populations have increased in overall abundance over last year, and their habitat conditions have improved.
Considering the high duck index and excellent water, the many millions of ducks will be out there this duck season, all over North America…
According to a new report, wetlands in the Prairie Pothole Region have declined by an estimated total of 74,340 acres between the last 12 years.
Expect USFWS to throw some small bones towards special interests who are Administration supporters, such as musicians, but we still anticipate that the enforcement rules will prove impractical…
The USFWS will host five public meetings in various locations around the country and to work towards revising a rule governing how permits are issued for the aimless take of bald and golden eagles.
The new federal duck stamp debuted at a special event hosted by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and Bass Pro Shops at the Department of the Interior in Washington, D.C.
Today, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service announced $1.8 million in grants for the research and management of white-nose syndrome…
We believe in using scientific resources and data to prove that this arbitrary and capricious ban is actually hurting elephant conservation, not helping it. We believe the ban should be, reversed as soon as possible…
Main stream Media News Outlets are misleading the public into thinking the use of traditional ammunition containing lead components is having a population level impact on bald eagles, NOT TRUE…
Since its detection in New York in 2007, WNS has been confirmed in 25 states and five Canadian Provinces. Winter bat colonies in some states have declined by more than 90 percent…
Wolf OR7 and a mate have produced offspring in southwest Oregon’s Cascade Mountains, wildlife biologists confirmed this week.
The DNR, the USFWS and the USFS signed a memorandum of understanding in June 2011 to clarify each agency’s commitment to the conservation of the Kirtland’s warbler.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has named former Justice Department Acting Assistant Attorney General Robert G. Dreher as its new Associate Director, beginning May 18.
USFWS has failed to demonstrate how a ban on the import of legally-taken, sport-hunted elephants will help prevent poaching in Zimbabwe and Tanzania???
Dr. Frank Rohwer, president of Delta Waterfowl today sent a letter to the USFWS Regional Office in California to oppose a recent decision to cease traditional migratory bird programming.
Numerous organizations are stepping up to conserve the Georgia Aster; an uncommon Southern plant that has been in decline for decades , in an effort that should keep it off the endangered species list.
MFWP, the USFWS, the National Park Service, and Tribal wildlife managers will once again begin seasonal scientific capture operations in parts of western Montana this month.