Nine of the killed moose reportedly failed to comply with antler restrictions.
Savvy birdwatchers know that many avian species, from chickadees to robins, will kick in the tunes during the shorter days of fall.
Officials says he hopes to come up with a short-term solution and then fix the law when the Legislature reconvenes in January.
No state is currently proposing trumpeter swan seasons, and the proposal is mostly aimed at protecting tundra swan hunters in five states who may mistakenly kill trumpeter swans. But proposal opens the door to the possibility that some states could offer such a hunting season.
Fisheries biologists have completed fall reproduction surveys, which evaluate natural reproduction, stocking success and forage abundance in many waters across the state. And, mostly, the news is good.
Hunt remains a hot-button topic in the state, with two protesters arrested.
A recently compiled post-tournament tally showed 332 anglers caught 1,359 fish, including 963 smallmouth bass and 396 northern pike. The totals are a marked increase from the tournament's first run in 2016, when 56 anglers caught only 582 fish.
Regulatory agencies have often used water clarity as an indicator of water quality. The results of this study suggest that approach may not necessarily work in all regions.
USDA will continue to accept eligible offers for state-specific Conservation Reserve Enhancement Program (CREP) and CRP Grasslands enrollment.
The worst drought in recent memory this past summer has depleted the population of the popular game bird in the two states, where pheasant hunting is big business.
ANN ARBOR, Mich. — Officials say the invasive sea lamprey is gaining ground in Lake Superior and Lake Erie, while its numbers remain at near-historic lows in the other Great Lakes. Sea lampreys are eel-like parasites that attack fish such…
Lake Chicot has seen an increasing risk of danger to boaters from the silver carp since they were first found in the lake just over a decade ago.
Prosecutors will seek $10,000 in restitution for each eagle for a total of $2.4 million.
The mountainous ecosystem along the Canadian border has about 1,000 bears. The population has more than doubled since 1993, and biologists say the bears now occupy at least 22,000 square miles.
Hope is that, when the weather turns colder, the salmon run will resume.
Minot, N.D., committee focusing on reducing the population of turkey, deer, geese, raccoons and rabbits.
It's not clear where the gray wolf came from because DNA samples don't find a connection with known wolf packs in eastern Washington, Idaho or British Columbia.
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