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The invasive fish are a concern throughout the Mississippi River basin; European technology was originally designed to steer migrating salmon back into main river channels.
In making the announcement, Zinke, presents a ceremonial check to the Wisconsin DNR for nearly $35 million while visiting the Horicon Marsh State Wildlife Area.
Officials said they hope the reintroduction will contribute to the state's tourism industry, mostly through hunting.
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In what wildlife officials are calling the biggest instance of raptor poaching in state history, California man arrested after 126 raptors found dead.
Vermont Department of Fish and Wildlife recommending that the state issue only 14 permits this year, and if the decline continues, it is possible the department will recommend issuing no permits for 2019.
State biologists fear the winter steelhead could go extinct in the Molalla, Santiam, McKenzie and Middle Fork rivers – four key tributaries to the Willamette River.
Would be the first grizzly bear hunting in the lower 48 states in more than 40 years.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration ranks winter-run Chinook as one of eight marine species most at risk of extinction.
State carnivore research scientist Brian Kertson called the cat a monster. He said it's so muscular that the first tranquilizer dart he shot at it popped out as the cat flexed.
No calves have been found dead on the refuge, and the death rates this year are among the lowest in decades.
For about two decades, South Dakotans battled the public vs. private non-meandered waters issue that led to new legislation and, eventually, the creation of Robling's main duty.
It's a small enough number that more herd management isn't needed.
Alaska Department of Fish and Game is experimenting with a new method of surveying moose.
Major spike in North Dakota moose licenses; online applications also available for elk, bighorn sheep
Elk licenses also are up; status of bighorn sheep season to be determined after summer population surveys are completed.
State wildlife officials are hoping a necropsy will help them figure out how a large mountain lion wound up in a North Texas county.
Interior Department secretary also announces $14 million in Boating Infrastructure Grants, which support water-related outdoor recreation and tourism.
Video shows Fish and Game conservation officers releasing a cat from a trap.