Yes, there’s a lot of great habitat for birds in Wisconsin, but that doesn’t mean all birds species are doing great in the state.
July 30, 2018
The dog days of summer don’t need to dog your fishing efforts, and moving water could be the key.
Groups that want to restore, protect or enhance public land or land permanently protected by conservation easements may apply for Conservation Partners Legacy (CPL) grants that help pay for work on Minnesota prairies, forests, wetlands or other habitat for fish and wildlife. Nonprofit organizations and government entities are eligible to submit applications for traditional and
STEVENS POINT, Wis. — Biologists say this is a particularly bad summer for mosquitoes in Wisconsin because many of the insects survived the mild winter. The mild temperatures along with significant snow cover helped the mosquitoes survive, according to Jamee Hubbard, an associate professor of biology at the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point. Hubbard told Wisconsin
Montana’s Flathead Lake looks to get rid of lake trout, whitefish to restore populations of native westslope cutthroat trout, bull trout.
This year, there are more deer permit areas where hunters can use bonus permits to harvest more than one deer, and fewer areas where hunters need to apply in a lottery to shoot an antlerless deer, the agency said; mandatory testing for chronic wasting disease continues.
SPEARFISH, S.D. — Honeybees are a lot like South Dakotans. They’re hard-working and industrious, they have an agricultural based economy, they all strive to work for the greater good, and they’re pretty easygoing until their home or loved ones are threatened. So it makes sense that South Dakota is the second largest honey producer in
It’s the 20th bear to join the region near the Montana-Idaho border under an augmentation program that began in 1990.
QUANTICO, Va. — When the sun sets and nearby Marines wind down for the evening, Sam Freeze suits up and goes bat hunting. Six nights a week in the summer, the doctoral student at Virginia Tech tromps through the woods at Marine Corps Base Quantico in search of northern long-eared bats – a species