The season will provide a harvest opportunity for up to eight mountain lions in two sub-units within the Pine Ridge of northwestern Nebraska.
According to reports, while there are some positive provisions for conservation and sportsmen’s access in the bill – the single largest source of federal conservation funding – it also includes a number of provisions that would undercut long-term conservation benefits to headwaters, forests, and wetlands.
Management zones upped from 41 to 48 counties; agency will require landowners and hunters to stop feeding deer and placing minerals for them, starting July 1.
Monitoring elk traveling along the migration route is part of a new Wyoming effort to determine if wapiti are returning to the Gros Ventre River country in summer and fall.
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Confusion about the animal might be due to the condition of the animal and the photos, which seemed to show short legs and big ears. Inspection revealed a relatively normal-looking, dark-brown wolf.
Say logging in the state's two largest forests is threatening the survival of salmon that breed in streams flowing through the coastal region.
Third-generation National Park Service employee goes from reintroducing Isle Royale wolves to new Yellowstone boss
Cam Sholly replaces Dan Wenk, who said he was being forced out by the Trump administration following a dispute over bison.
Wolf numbers total about 3,800 in the western Great Lakes states of Michigan, Minnesota and Wisconsin.
Hunter from Pennsylvania; another grizzly dies from eating pesticides in north-central Montana.
Thanks to social media, #MPRraccoon captivated the planet for one night, before eventually retiring to the Minnesota River bottoms countryside.
Drought conditions and not as many hunters in the field last fall meant fewer pheasants, sharp-tailed grouse and Hungarian partridge in the bag.
Lose enough big bass, walleyes, or pike, and eventually everyone figures out how to coax their catch into a net.
Includes project at Valley Forge National Historical Park in Pennsylvania and New York's Statue of Liberty National Monument.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is hopeful that tactic, called cross-fostering, will aid in the recovery of a species that was nearly eliminated and now numbers just over 100 animals in the United States.
According to the lawsuit, the state has authorized about 900 black bears to be killed since 2010 using bait, dogs and traps.
Interior cited overwhelming public opposition for its decision, saying Sand Lake National Wildlife Refuge in northeastern South Dakota is widely valued as a sanctuary for migratory birds and other wildlife.
Yellowstone Lake chief fisheries biologist investigating a case of trespass not transport after seeing how fish are invading high-elevation lakes in Glacier National Park.
In Wyoming, it marked the second time in recent weeks that a female grizzly with cubs was killed in the state.
The Trump Administration's decision to implement 25 percent tariffs on steel and 10 percent tariffs on aluminum from Canada, the European Union and Mexico will ultimately impact U.S. boats exported to Canada.
Several states, including New Hampshire, have struggled to grow their loon numbers, and lead poisoning has been blamed for stunting recovery.