Tests of samples taken from one property in Macomb County showed the substance to be decaying algae containing E. coli bacteria.
BOISE, Idaho — Idaho’s top wildlife official on Tuesday requested authorization from state lawmakers to spend $408,000 to count wolves. Idaho Department of Fish and Game Director Ed Schriever told the Legislature’s budget-setting committee that the expense would become part of the agency’s annual budget to keep a running tally of the number of wolves in the state. Idaho stopped…
Idaho Department of Fish and Game criticized for its lack of transparency about the hunt, which occurred on private properties, often at night.
“It is a success story what the agency has done here, We’ve brought back a population to where we can now have a season again. That’s pretty remarkable.”
GARY, Ind. — A man fishing from a northwestern Indiana bridge reeled in an apparent live grenade, prompting a road closure until the device was removed by a bomb squad. A Gary police officer who was called to the Little Calumet River bridge on Monday evening to investigate learned that a man who had been fishing from the bridge pulled…
But his actions bring charges.
The state’s revised rule aligns Indiana’s Ohio River regulations with regs that took effect last year in Kentucky.
The boy, 3, was grabbed by the neck and his father threw a backpack at the cougar. It let go of the child and grabbed the pack and climbed a tree.
MADISON, Wis. — Gov. Tony Evers on Tuesday signed into law a pair of bills designed to combat the spread of Lyme disease by warning visitors to state parks and other outdoor properties about the risks and making insect repellent available to buy in state parks and trails. Under one new law, the state DNR would be required to post…
Total license sales also dipped, from 806,442 to 794,712. More hunters turned in their deer for sampling for chronic wasting disease, though; the DNR collected 17,828 samples statewide compared to 17,200 in 2018.
There could be more than 2,000 moose on Isle Royale. Wolves are the main predator, but the wolf population is struggling.
An angler told the agency a silver carp jumped into his boat as he deployed a trolling motor.
Hunters provided a video shot in October of two wolves shown near the Wyoming and Utah borders, officials said. It was the first time in a few years multiple wolves were seen traveling together in Colorado.
Video of the November attack circulated quickly on social media and generated outrage, along with pressure on investigators to solve the case.
Has been appointed to lead a U.S. Environmental Protection Agency regional office covering six Midwestern states; will be stationed in Chicago, although Stepp said she was leaving for a job in Missouri.
If true, it would be the first time that a coyote has attacked a human in the state
The young bull was part of a contingent of animals transferred from Kentucky to Wisconsin in April.
The November to December hunt probably takes place too late in the year for grizzly bears to seek out animal remains that hunters leave behind
A large swath of the high Tetons, including the north and west slopes of the iconic Cathedral Group, will be closed to the public as aerial gunners contracted by the park spend up to a week locating and shooting at the approximately 100 goats.
Processors and hunters can use the incinerator to dispose of deer from high-risk counties and counties where animals have tested positive for the disease in southwest Tennessee.
Third survived after machines plunged into a lake in northern Wisconsin.
The organizers said they could not reach an agreement on a number of terms with the Cass County officials. So they canceled what would have been the 41st annual event, which had been planned for Feb. 20-23.
The Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources found dead fish along 62 miles of Glenns Creek and the Kentucky River.VERSAILLES, Ky. — Jim Beam was fined $600,000 earlier this month after a July warehouse fire sent a nearly 23-mile plume of alcohol into the Kentucky and Ohio rivers, killing fish. The distiller agreed to the fine in a Dec….
It continues to kill off entire herds statewide.
The state said there’s been an increasing number of predators in the area because elk and mule deer can now be found there year-round.
“We don’t publicize the date of the release. We keep it pretty close to the vest. They (the public) have no idea where the releases will occur.”