Outdoor news items from around New York.
The DEC advises keeping a safe distance and refrain from attempting to intervene during stranding events. Stranded animals will need professional medical care and the best way to help is to immediately contact the agency
The New York Department of Environment Conservation made the announcement at a recent meeting of the Lake Ontario Fisheries Advisory Panel in January. The increase will bring New York’s stocking to just under one million
The round goby is one of the biggest threats to New York waters, particularly Lake Champlain, and DEC lists round goby as a prohibited invasive species in state regulations.
Native to Europe and Asia, this
Toledo, Ohio — On Jan. 12, the Lake Erie Waterkeepers Association met virtually for their monthly updates.
Washington, D.C. — The Supreme Court of the United States has accepted New York State’s request to keep the Concealed Carry Improvement Act in place as litigation against it continues.
By Brian MozeyStaff Writer St. Paul — The North American Ice Fishing Circuit (NAIFC) has suspended its 2023 season, effective Jan. 18, according to the NAIFC Facebook page. The organization made the announcement via a
The Boone and Crockett Club announced on Thursday, Jan. 25 that James L. Cummins, executive director of Wildlife Mississippi, has been elected to serve as the Club’s 36th president.
The annual award honors officers for exemplary work protecting communities and natural resources by enforcing New York’s stringent Environmental Conservation Laws.