The decision comes after months of discussion with state and federal livestock officials after a group of bison that park officials wanted to quarantine at the Fort Peck Indian Reservation could not be moved in February because of a political dispute.
August 7, 2017
MADISON, Wis. — Democrats pushed back against a Republican measure that would allow Wisconsin high schools to offer gun safety courses, arguing such classes aren’t appropriate and could generate fear in classrooms. The bill calls for the state superintendent to work with the DNR, police or an organization that specializes in firearm safety to develop
The Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries and Army Corps of Engineers are holding a viewing event Saturday, Aug. 12.
A growing bear population has created more hunting opportunities, which leads in turn to more bear teeth for researchers.
Sunfish, largemouth bass and catfish were among the fish species killed when the chemical leaked from a farm supply business.
CONCORD, N.H. — A biologist says hunters harvested 4,482 turkeys in New Hampshire during this year’s spring hunt, 600 more than last year and the second-highest harvest on record. Ted Walski of the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department says the highest number on record is 4,550, taken in 2013. Walski says last winter was
ANN ARBOR, Mich. — The Great Lakes Commission says it has received $375,000 in federal funds for wildlife habitat restoration projects in areas of Michigan and Ohio long degraded by toxic pollution. Some of the money will be used for wetland design and restoration at the Penn 7 site in the Maumee River near Toledo,