The Western Association of Fish & Wildlife Agencies is continuously accepting landowner applications for 5- and 10-year conservation contracts that will benefit lesser prairie-chickens.
Quail hunters from Jackson and Jefferson Counties in northeast Kansas have formed the newest chapter of Quail Forever in the country.
Delta Waterfowl is excited to announce that it has added a new development director in a key region of the United States.
Bass Pro Shops Outdoor World radio welcomes two big names in the world of waterfowl conservation – Ken Babcock and Dale Humburg.
According to the USFWS, Monarch butterflies are struggling with counts of the insects trending down so sharply that their migration is now under threat.
Firewatch is a mystery game set in the great outdoors of the Wyoming wilderness, where the only responsive contact the player has is a person on the other end of a small handheld radio…
The California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) has completed an emergency restoration project at the Cosumnes River Preserve to help save a state and federal threatened species.
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.
Monsoon season brings one of the southwest desert’s most iconic creatures out of their burrows and out-and-about across the state.
The CDFW would like to remind motorists to remain alert for wildlife near roadways during Watch Out for Wildlife Week (WOW), which runs September 15-21.
According to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources, the photograph of an eastern bluebird perched on a redbud tree was selected as the winning image of the 2015 Ohio Wildlife Legacy Stamp contest.
For Doug Seus, coming face to face with fearsome predators is all in a day’s work for the 71 year old professional animal trainer…
Despite a short-term increase in the number of Minnesota pheasants, habitat loss continues to be the primary factor in the long-term decline of the state’s pheasant population, according to the MNDNR.
The AZGFD and AAF need help on a project that involves rolling up 3 to 4 miles of old 5-strand barbed wire from a previous new fence removal project and removal of approximately one mile of old fence.
Linda Pearsall received the Thomas L. Quay Wildlife Diversity Award, one of the most prestigious awards given by the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission.
Mottled ducks along the Georgia coast are being outfitted with satellite transmitters in a new, cooperative research project between the University of Georgia and the Georgia DNR Wildlife Resources.
The Arizona Game and Fish Department (AZGFD) is investigating a reported incident of harassing wildlife with an aircraft.
The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation is excited to announce the acquisition of 988 acres of private elk habitat in south-central Montana which it conveyed to the Helena National Forest.
Quail Forever is excited to announce that dedicated conservationists and hunters recently formed a new Quail Forever chapter in southwestern Oklahoma.
The Arizona Game and Fish Department has worked closely with the Boquillas Ranch to put agreements in place to preserve fair and reasonable sportsmen access on the ranch into the future.
The Georgia DNR Wildlife Resources is excited to announce that the upcoming conservation presentation, the Bat Blitz, is slated for September 4th through the 7th at Black Rock Mountain State Park.
Powderhook says that while the North American Model of Wildlife Conservation is in peril, there is a solution to not only preserve the model, but push it to new heights of success.
Make plans now to attend the 17th annual Arizona Outdoor Hall of Fame Banquet on Saturday, Aug. 23, at the Chaparral Suites Scottsdale, 5001 N. Scottsdale Road, Scottsdale, AZ 85250.
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.
Bass Pro Shops is excited to announce that it will be hosting Elk Country Conservation Month at its stores across the U.S. for the entire month of August.
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.
A new organization; the NDA, has been created in order to serve as the unified voice of modern deer hunter and guardians of North America’s wildlife.
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.
Tanzanian wildlife officials have revoked all hunting licenses and concessions for Green Mile Safari Co for violations in hunting ethics and laws.
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 DSC has announced that nominations are currently being accepted through July 30 for a prestigious award that recognizes significant contributions to wildlife and habitat conservation.
Quail forever is proud to announce the formation of two new Quail Forever chapters kin Georgia, the new chapters will be dedicated to helping the Bobwhite Plight.
Recent DNR surveys show a record number of wood stork nests located in the state of Georgia this year.
Quail Forever has created a fourth chapter in the state of Oklahoma for quail hunters and conservationists named the “Tulsa Tall Grass Heritage Quail Forever Chapter.”
DNREC Deputy Secretary David Small joined a host of DFW staff and members of the local conservation community to dedicate the state’s Woodland Beach Wildlife Area to Anthony J. “Tony” Florio.
Retired Research Leader Ted Joanen was recognized at the Crocodile Specialist Group (CSG) meeting May 26-31 in Lake Charles.