Decline partly because of the impact of parasites, both winter tick and brainworm, on the moose population.
Wildlife managers say it’s still too early to determine any impacts on hunting seasons.
Argues that Wildlife Services has failed to follow the National Environmental Policy Act when killing dozens of wolves in Idaho’s Lolo zone over the last six years.
The algae blooms in recent years have contaminated drinking water supplies, turned the waters an unsightly shade of green and contributed to oxygen-deprived dead zones where fish can’t survive.
The sight of ferries in February offers clear-eyed evidence of climate change in the Upper Midwest.
Bears Ears National Monument on a state website.
Changes would impact deer and bear hunts.
A majority of the emperor goose population breeds on the Yukon Kuskokwim Delta in southwestern Alaska, and the bird can only be found in Alaska and Russia.
The National Park Service and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service are considering four options, including taking no action.
For more than a decade, biologists from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service have moved hundreds of humpback chub each fall about five miles upriver, where there are fewer predators and more food for the fish.
Would allow hunters 70 and older to shoot antlerless deer during the state’s fall open hunting season.
Advocacy group, as of this year, will have donated $1 million to the state Department of Natural Resources for sturgeon research, management and education.
But the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources would be allowed to raise state park admission and camping fees under the two-year spending proposal.
It’s become a flashpoint in negotiations over revisions to Oregon’s wolf plan.
Could hurt agency’s bottom line by reducing federal gun tax collections that are shared with the state.
Turbidity is taking a toll on the weight of the fish, which have to be able to see their food to eat it.
Sharpshooters killed 63 deer during last year’s hunt, and in 2015, city officials decided that the deer culling program would be for four years to help deal with overpopulation.
Bill also would ban aquaculture on rivers designated as wild and scenic, unless the facilities are shown not to discharge pollutants into the rivers.
Of those, 69 were taken by hunting and 49 by trapping, and nother 12 were taken by archery and 11 salvaged from roads.
Possibility of new rules arises from concerns raised over economic hardships in the fishery in the Chesapeake Bay.
The announcement comes after two powerful outdoor recreation industry executives last month called for the show to move out of Utah because of the state’s top political leaders’ push to control federal public lands and their harsh criticism of the new Bears Ears National Monument on sacred tribal lands in southeastern Utah.
Two pelicans, 10 cormorants and five swans have been found dead in the Key Pittman management area in the Pahranagat Valley, and in the Overton wildlife area near Lake Mead.
As a result, it raises the possibility of the wolf population crashing, the researchers wrote; DNR officials said the data they collect is meant to determine population and pack territories and isn’t intended to determine wolf deaths.
Some believe the color option will draw more women to hunting — about 13,000 women currently are registered to hunt in Virginia.
A new setup works like a vacuum cleaner, with a diver pulling out the weeds and feeding it up to the boat for disposal.
About 50 pronghorn died near Payette in mid-January, and before that, seven elk died in the Boise foothills.