Pair of cranes has nested at White River Marsh Wildlife Area for the first time, expanding the nesting range in the state in Green Lake County and acting as an important backup to the Necedah National Wildlife Refuge. Meanwhile, two cranes nesting in Necedah are the first to nest in the state resulting from a released “parent-reared” crane.
Cross-fostering project aimed at boosting genetic diversity among wolves in the wild in New Mexico and Arizona.
And it’s becoming more and more common, according to the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources, for coyotes to venture from the woods into urban and suburban areas.
The Oregon Fish and Wildlife Department is acclimating about 6,500 young steelhead in Greens Creek for two weeks in hopes the fish will return to the same area in several years as 8-pound adults.
The relationship between national forests and ranchers in the West has been long and profitable for both parties.
Along with “The Biggest Week in American Birding” festival, observers are in northwest Ohio to see birds, primarily the tiny warblers that make the woodlots and marshes near Lake Erie a rest-and-refuel stop on a migratory path that covers thousands of miles from their wintering grounds in the tropics to their nesting areas in the northern forests.
A rusty patched bumblebee. (U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service photo)BLOOMINGTON, Ind. — Standing feet from around 250,000 bees, Ellie Symes spoke about the nearly 4.25 million more The Bee Corp. is in the process of acquiring. The fact that she is allergic earned a casual mention. “I used to bee-keep in dresses,” Symes said, adding that she hadn’t always been allergic…
As always, a lot going on with Minnesota’s iconic annual fishing kickoff, this year scheduled Saturday, May 13.
In Minnesota, Wisconsin and Michigan, hunting could return as soon as this fall if federal protections are removed for the predators.
The department says 5,817 deer have been tested in New Hampshire since testing began in 2002.
The lawsuit against the Bureau of Land Management and U.S. Forest Service aims to void leases allowing hydraulic fracturing in Ohio’s only national forest. It contends the leases violate the National Environmental Policy Act.
State Assembly approves exemptions; measure moves on to Senate.
The report involves possible upgrades of the Brandon Road Lock and Dam near Joliet, Ill., a choke point between the carp-infested Illinois River and Lake Michigan.
But massive blaze in far northeastern Minnesota has also brought this community together, tighter than ever.
And also according to study, along the Missouri River, anglers spent more than $47.3 million on such things as lodging, food, fuel and liquor.
Experts say the otter population is thriving, but animal welfare groups worry the expansion of trapping in the U.S. and Canada in recent decades isn’t sustainable.
Salmon prices will likely rise because of decreased sockeye catches and lower farmed salmon production.
Despite the belief that a new state law expanding the firepower allowed for hunting on private land would increase the number of deer kills, harvest lowest since 2003.
Man’s strategies to attract birds include growing native plants that produce a variety of berries, seeds and nuts.
A small slaughterhouse is butchering the wild pigs, which cause the state $76 million-plus in annual damage, and selling sausage to grocery stores and meat to restaurants, where chefs are turning it into savory prosciutto, chorizo and meatballs.
Planning is now underway for the hunt in northwestern Wyoming, which will probably be similar to the state’s last wolf hunting seasons in 2012 and 2013.
The worms are especially popular with American striped bass fishermen and in Europe. Study said bloodworms are the most valuable marine worm species on the retail bait market, and sandworms aren’t far behind.
The U.S.-Canadian International Joint Commission approved Plan 2014 as a way to improve environmental conditions along the lake and the St. Lawrence River by letting water levels rise and fall more naturally. But Republican congressman says it’s causing damaging flooding along the shoreline.
A closer look at the issues involving these 24 monuments established by three former presidents over more than two decades.
A closer look at five of the monuments on the list set to be re-examined.
But it’s not clear whether additional animals would be released under the Trump administration.