Gov. Rick Snyder has approved legislation that will give Michigan farmers the ability to kill problem bears outside of the regular season, if the animals are damaging crops.
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Is the Pennsylvania Game Commission doing everything it can to stop the spread of chronic wasting disease?
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Public meetings to discuss herd status after third hunter-harvested deer tests positive for disease during 2014 hunting season.
The lowest deer harvest numbers in more that two decades could have a positive spin: some believe hunters may actually have pulled back on their efforts during the 2014-15 season.
Washington, D.C. — A pair of recent federal court rulings to return wolves in Wisconsin, Michigan, Minnesota, and Wyoming to federal protection under the Endangered Species Act of 1973 have generated renewed support for congressional action to undo the court decisions and return wolves to state management authority. U.S. Rep. Reid Ribble, R-Wis., is leading an effort in the House…
New York’s deer hunters have no shortage of opinions on how the state should manage the whitetail population and what hunting regulations should be in place.
By getting off your typical routes and trails, you can find out-of-the-way spots for future hunts
Each side in the ongoing roil regarding whether Ohio hunters are shooting too many does will find ammunition in the preliminary final four-day statewide muzzleloading deer-hunting season.
By publishing a proposed regulation change to the mentored youth hunter program ahead of their Jan. 25-27 meeting here, game commissioners touched off a firestorm of opposition.
HSUS now wants wolves classified as threatened across the United States, as opposed to endangered.
An agreement signed by Kentucky and Wisconsin earlier this month paves the way for the Wisconsin DNR to trap and move 150 Kentucky elk to this state during the next five years.
If you’re in the market for a new dog this spring, start looking for litters now
Four men have been charged in connection with a five-year poaching investigation conducted by DNR conservation officers.
The investigation began when a DNR conservation officer received a Turn-In-Poachers (TIP) complaint of several deer taken illegally during the 2013 firearm deer season.
A Huntingdon County judge may have to decide what could be a precedent-setting case over who owns a captive deer shot in the wild.
Nearly a handful of duck seasons into a new zone structure, DNR has begun the process of gauging hunter support and satisfaction of the change.
DEC moves forward with decision-making
The Pennsylvania Game Commission is going to do another fawn-predator study.
The giant Allegheny County buck that Jeff Lenzi shot with his crossbow this past October was a big one, for sure. But it’s not a new state record.
If you’ve got a bone-headed antler-retriever, the time to run through a few drills is now
Judge’s ruling returns wolves to list of endangered species
The people in charge of monitoring farmed deer in Pennsylvania are likely looking west across the state’s border and feeling lucky.
Editor’s note: Due to a production error, the second half of this story did not appear in the print edition of Ohio Outdoor News dated Dec. 19. The complete story is printed here. We apologize for the inconvenience.
New York hunters are apparently taking full advantage of expending bear hunting opportunities across much of the state this season.
An epic lake-effect snowfall during the first week of the Southern Zone firearms deer season brought hunting to a halt in some areas of western New York.