As northern pike and walleye season wraps up on Minnesota’s inland waters, the author turns his focus to some of the best fishing of the year: late-ice panfish.
Many of today’s young hunters go from BB guns to deer rifles without ever spending time chasing squirrels and rabbits.
They say artificial insemination holds promise for the Mexican wolf as well as other species that are close to extinction.
Bill could have resulted in less hunting of the imperiled, ground-dwelling bird.
Wildlife commissioners approve maximum quotas of up to 5,000 deer, 1,000 elk and 20 moose that could be killed during special hunts over the next two years.
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More than 50 bighorn sheep are carrying new equipment to help the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission track and aid their populations, with hopes of finding the answers to the struggling species’ survival.
State wants to demonstrate its commitment to the grizzly's long-term recovery.
"Mountain lions interact way more regularly and predictably than we ever thought before."
The hunter-harvested adult doe was taken in southeast Wayne County during the first shotgun deer season. There have been seven additional CWD positive tests so far from deer in northeast Iowa from 2017.
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In storage since the 1980s, thousands of .45 handguns will hit the marketplace via the CMP. Gun enthusiasts willing to process paperwork can get a crack at one.
More deer in southwestern North Dakota have tested positive for chronic wasting disease, but state wildlife officials remain optimistic they can keep the deadly ailment from spreading throughout the state, where deer hunting is a major economic contributor.
They are the subject of tighter fishing regulations than a few years ago — and fishermen say that seems to be helping the little fish rebound in some areas.
Chronic wasting disease found in 203 deer tested during 2017 firearms season; detected for the first time in Chase, Dundy, Hayes, Frontier and Franklin counties.
On a day when the world's most famous groundhog usually steals the show, the world looks to the future of lesser-known wetland areas.
Of particular interest to the biologists on the project is how the animals are adjusting and integrating into suburban and urban environments.
Says U.S. Forest Service is violating environmental laws by failing to do mandatory consulting on the 23 projects with other federal agencies and instead is continuing to authorize the irrigation diversions in violation of the Endangered Species Act.
Birders clearly are witnessing an irruption of great gray and boreal owls in places like Minnesota's Sax Zim Bog this winter.