An early deep freeze has anglers across north country eager to launch the 2018-19 ice fishing season.
Wolf advocates say the site-specific plans will prioritize and make the best use of non-lethal tools, while ranchers hope the proposal gives them a quicker and clearer path to dealing with problem wolves.
Overcrowding impacting deer health, damaging forests and causing property owners to complain about the animals chomping down their landscaping.
Widespread extermination of wolves, cougars early last century meant elk herds able to grow in size, eating away willow plants and other vegetation along park's streams, causing erosion damage. But in recent years, resurgent populations of wolves and cougars have restored the park's natural balance by knocking back elk numbers and changing the herds' behaviors.
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But state wildlife officials say that because the big cats have all been spotted at night and haven't attacked anyone, it's not a public safety concern.
While enduring a long, cold, whitetail-free sit, don’t forget that deer hunting is supposed to be fun.
Fish long enough and you’ll acquire some classic, albeit bizarre, fishing stories. The author added one to his collection this fall.
Thousands of hunters in blaze orange will take to the fields when Iowa’s pheasant season opens Oct. 27. And with the second highest pheasant population in a decade, hunters can afford to be optimistic.
Lake Sakakawea had the eighth highest catch of young-of-the-year walleye on record. And Devils Lake saw fair to good numbers of walleye, with the catch close to average even though Game and Fish didn’t stock any walleye in the fishery this year.
Employ your entire tactical angling arsenal when targeting the monster bass of October.
Though the author has never convinced a bird to admit it has an alcohol problem, she has indeed helped intoxicated birds “sleep it off.”
U.S. Forest Service advances changes to sage grouse protections in five Western states that environmental groups say are part of the Trump administration's efforts favoring industry but that push the imperiled bird closer to extinction.
As bears become more common in prairie creek bottoms and brush rows, encounters with bird hunters become more frequent as well.
Two Minnesotans and, in all, four from the Great Lakes region lead the way.
In North Dakota, pheasant hunting opportunities available this fall for women to engage their peers in the field.
Hotter, drier summers are having an impact on some of the migrating songbirds that come to Oregon and Washington to breed each spring.
North Dakota's Game and Fish Department is issuing only three bighorn sheep hunting licenses this year because the western Badlands population is still dealing with a deadly bacterial pneumonia outbreak.