At stake is Wyoming’s identity. The Cowboy State’s iconic herds not only draw thousands of hunters and wildlife viewers each year, they’re why many people live here in the first place.
Nine universities across the Great Lakes region are taking part, along with non-governmental organizations and businesses.
Annual tournament, sponsored by St. Mary’s School in Sherman, Texas, as a fundraiser, attracted more than 600 shooters.
But there have been no reports of harm to fish or wildlife at Devils Lake.
Garlic mustard is one of the few plants that retains its green color when used in papermaking. The fast-spreading weed is one of several invasive species artists are increasingly discovering in their work.
The marking provides data for biologists studying fish movements and the value of naturally reproduced fish versus stocked fish.
Mystery remains as to how a jawbone from a saltwater shark got in the river.
Crews have caught about 43,000 king salmon this season after catching more than 45,000 in each of the past two years.
In addition to learning about safe lockage procedures, attendees received information on safe boating, sharing the river with commercial traffic and the availability of locks on the upper stretches of the river in Armstrong County.
The federal agency and most doctors agree that people who are treated early and appropriately usually are fine. But dealing with the disease is more difficult for a growing number of people who identify themselves as members of the Lyme community.
Would increase the cost to hunt a trophy buffalo in Custer State Park by $1,500, making the new fee $6,500. The cost to hunt a non-trophy bison bull would increase $1,000 to $3,250.
Request seeks a temporary suspension of wolf hunting altogether and a 31-mile no-hunting “sacred resource protection safety zone” along the outskirts of Yellowstone National Park.
Harvest data shows a continued correlation between the pheasant population and the number of acres of land in the Conservation Reserve Program.
Some resident hunters fear the commercialization of waterfowl hunting in the state, while some business interests want more nonresident hunters and their money in South Dakota.
Turkey hunters are allowed two bearded turkeys per year in most of the state. But in far northern Maine, hunters can take only one. And the state rotates legal hunting weeks based on hunters’ year of birth.
It appeared to be a surprise encounter, the bear fled, the man suffered some bruises and scrapes, and Game and Fish doesn’t expect to take any further management action of the animal.
The groups argue that because the federal government didn’t do the proper review, it doesn’t have the science to justify the authorization to kill coyotes, mountain lions, and other animals across Idaho.
The bank below the River Center is a busy place during the Kenai River’s sockeye salmon run in July. As a result, the bank has been heavily damaged over time, and the Kenai Peninsula Borough Assembly recently accepted a matching grant for the River Center to restore some of the bank before sockeye season begins.
Although western snowy plovers use L.A. County beaches for roosting during the winter, the last documented active nest was in 1949 at Manhattan Beach.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration on Tuesday released its “Fisheries Economics of the United States” report for 2015, the most recent year for which statistics are available.
The morel will be celebrated for three days beginning May 19 when the 35th annual Muscoda Morel Mushroom Festival is held.
Of the roughly 24 million acres planted through CRP in the U.S., about 1.4 million acres are in eastern Washington, home to about 1,000 of the birds.
More than 8,500 boulevard ash trees have been removed in St. Paul so far. The city is taking down trees so quickly it doesn’t have enough funds left to cover immediately pulling stumps and replacing trees.
South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks Department wants to cut the number of deer hunting licenses and tags available for the next two years by more than 10,000.
The round goby could eventually infect 17 percent of the state’s inland waters if it gets further into the Lake Winnebago system.
Pair of cranes has nested at White River Marsh Wildlife Area for the first time, expanding the nesting range in the state in Green Lake County and acting as an important backup to the Necedah National Wildlife Refuge. Meanwhile, two cranes nesting in Necedah are the first to nest in the state resulting from a released “parent-reared” crane.