Plan would force federal government to turn over control of millions of acres to Nevada
Near Brunner Island Steam Electric Station in northern York County
The project would eliminate 16.6 acres of wetlands, including some pristine land that’s never been touched
Under the State Land Master Plan law, snowmobile trails are supposed to be similar to foot trails
In a state where thousands of coal mining jobs have been lost in the past few years, officials are touting the elk’s potential to help tourism.
The 6,000 elk on the property so far is well above the 15-year average.
‘Efforts have significantly reduced the incidence of trespassing and unauthorized hunting since they began and have strengthened the relationships between CSX and the Maryland and West Virginia natural resources departments.’
Recent increase in temperatures reportedly has made ice conditions on some Wisconsin lakes unstable.
Bear River Watershed Conservation Area in Idaho, Utah and Wyoming part of plan to protect wildlife habitat by buying perpetual conservation easements.
Would preserve ancestral homelands of Mandan, Hidatsa and Arikara, remains of earth lodges, and artifacts.
Bill would raise the fine to $5,000 for each hog released and the person responsible would also lose hunting, fishing and trapping privileges for three years.
Nearly 900 bears taken — 34 percent above the preceding five-year average of 668 bears, 19 percent above 2015.
Challenges ban on non-hunting firearms.
State recently purchased the 224-acre property for $660,000 in partnership with The Nature Conservancy.
The resolution calls for the formation of an incident management team in response to larvae found in Tiber and Canyon Ferry reservoirs, the Milk River near Malta and the Missouri River near York.
A public complaint led to the impoundment of more than 800 horses
Expansion plan comes during a year when injuries to people from bison spiked.
Study seeing if intervention from wildlife managers can shorten the time it takes for bighorn populations to recover from initial infections.
Buck mule deer was infected.
Would authorize wolf hunting if Congress or federal courts revisit the issue.
The algae blooms in the shallowest of the Great Lakes pose a threat to both drinking water and wildlife.
But of note is the latest eleventh-hour action by the administration, when the Agriculture and Interior departments declined to renew mineral leases critical for a $2.8 billion copper-nickel mine upstream from northeastern Minnesota’s Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness.
Two projects, both getting $400,000, will conserve land.
Disease detected as part of state’s voluntary monitoring program for the disease.
The DNR’s plan includes a mixture of uses, including hunting and trapping.
Additionally, the researchers call for close monitoring of invasive Asian carp, which might out-compete native fish species if they infest the Great Lakes.