Environmental groups have said they will fight to keep a road out of Izembek National Wildlife Refuge and its internationally recognized habitat for migrating waterfowl.
Water for the Lower Illinois has spun through a legal, regulatory and financial morass for decades and, finally, this deadline may push it to where a permanent solution must be found.
So far, its path of destruction appears to have stopped at the human body. But a new study has heightened concerns.
Remarkable new materials and technology allows bowhunters to step afield with excellent archery equipment, but test any new bow and ultimately spend what you want.
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Former Department of Interior officials object to recent Trump administration ruling on the Migratory Bird Treaty Act
Interior’s Office of the Solicitor declared last month that the MBTA does not prohibit incidental take of birds. These natural resources professionals and career public servants disagree.
In sub-zero temperatures, wildlife not interested in moving, so you and your canine companions should target the peak hours of the day.
Wildlife managers point to the severe winter of 2016-17, which killed many fawns, for the dearth of hunter-killed mule deer.
The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department says the state has roughly 2 million acres of bays and estuaries vulnerable to freeze. It's closing some fishing spots in deeper waters, where wildlife officials say surviving fish could become prone to capture.
Buck harvest particularly high in Green Mountain State.
More than 400 bears were killed in this year's hunt, down from the record 636 killed in 2016; Democratic Gov.-elect Phil Murphy, who takes office next month, has said he will halt the bear hunt pending research into other methods for managing the state's bear population.
Program began in 1998 because of an overpopulation of deer in the city.
With fewer native fall-run Chinook salmon able to make their way back home to the leading salmon hatchery in the state, that hatchery could have only about half as many young salmon as usual to release next spring.
State wildlife officials are holding the hunt after a mule deer shot north of Chester tested positive for the disease.
It's a chance to trap and fit some of the visitors with tiny transmitters to help track them around the globe and study a long-misunderstood species whose numbers likely are far fewer than previously thought, researchers say.
Many out-of-state hunters may have stayed away because drought hurt broods last summer.
Keep your feeder full, and pick up one or two of these charismatic, hungry species for your birder life-list during the coldest days of winter.
Rough ring-necked pheasant hunts: Minnesota’s public land holds some roosters, but don’t expect easy shooting
Just over a week remains in Minnesota’s 2017 pheasant hunting season, and despite tough conditions and savvy upland birds, you can still fill the game bag.
Includes 73 mule deer and 34 white-tailed deer. Season will run through Feb. 15, unless hunters fill a quota of 200 deer of each species before that date.
Scientists say they fear shifting climate conditions are to blame.