Great Lakes region teams find success in New York state event.
USFWS says the bear crossed into Idaho last August, but wildlife officials captured it and sent it back to Montana.
Man pleaded guilty to illegally possessing and transporting 104 pounds of unlawfully taken antlers. Sold the antler pieces he collected for dog chews.
72nd annual spring breeding duck survey showed an index of 3.4 million birds, up 20 percent from last year. That's the 22nd highest index on record and stands 40 percent above the 71-year average.
Three Montana men all pleaded guilty and were ordered to pay $1,666 each in restitution, sentenced to three years of unsupervised probation and stripped of their hunting and fishing privileges for three years.
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In mid-May, as many as 10,000 cormorants counted on the Astoria Bridge – a major jump from the 3,400 the state counted last year.
Also ordered to pay $33,050 in restitution to the state of Montana.
State and federal reports say predation of livestock by eagles is rare on the North Coast. Many people don't report it or are not sure it's a bald eagle that did the killing.
Run-ins with bears are happening in agricultural areas where the fearsome animals hadn't been seen for decades, raising tensions in communities over the grizzly's status as a federally protected species in the U.S. outside Alaska. They now occupy almost 27,000 square miles, a range that has grown 34 percent in the past decade.
Spring is a great time to target white or black crappies as they transition into shallow water around the weed lines.
Trump administration proposal to take the iconic symbol of the wild off the endangered species list has exposed divisions among states.
With antlers both valuable and collectible, the hunt is a major holiday for many and an obsession for others.
Taxidermists, enthusiasts flock to Missouri for world championships.
North Dakota Game and Fish biologists have been conducting their annual spring walleye spawning operations on Lake Sakakawea in recent days and the results have been extremely good, maybe the best ever in the history of the state's biggest body of water.
After an investigation, it was concluded that the fish was foul-hooked, and therefore cannot be recognized as a state record.
Remarkable turnaround from earlier this decade is bringing welcome relief to shippers and marina owners, but causing flooding and heavy erosion in some areas.
Last week, the Government of Canada removed all retaliatory tariffs on U.S. recreational boats entering Canada, immediately ending a levy that impacted boat businesses on both sides of the border. National Marine Manufacturers Association and NMMA Canada heralded the news, calling the…
The urban deer program will still continue in an effort to minimize deer/human conflicts, but will be a lethal-removal only program moving forward.
National Elk Refuge manager anticipates strong turnout after shed-hunting opening last year had 280 vehicles lined up on the road to the refuge near Jackson, and the refuge is bringing in six extra law enforcement officers.