To protect clean water in the wake of weakened protections triggered by the Supreme Court’s Sackett v EPA decision, the Izaak Walton League has endorsed H.R. 5983, the Clean Water Act of 2023, which was
This newspaper printed a story last week about the American Ornithological Society’s plan to rename 80 species of North American birds named after people. We’re talking feathered friends like the Wilson’s phalarope, the Cooper’s hawk,
It’s hard to escape the attention that the decision by the leadership of the American Ornithological Society (AOS) to change any bird name that was coined to honor a person to something more descriptive about
Chronic wasting disease is of serious concern for both biologists and sportsmen here in New York and elsewhere.
CWD is 100% fatal for deer and the only way discovered so far to mitigate it is
Reader-submitted letters to the editor published in the Dec. 1, 2023, edition of New York Outdoor News.
What’s happening, or not happening, with waterfowl hunting at Vischer Ferry in the Saratoga town of Clifton Park is something sportsmen across the state should find alarming.
The awesome Niagara River, connecting Lake Erie with Lake Ontario, is one of my favorite bodies of water to fish. The lower Niagara River is the stretch from the Cataracts of Niagara to Fort Niagara,
The firearms season for deer begins on Nov. 18 and needless to say, thousands of New York hunters will be afield. To be compliant with hunting regulations, hunters are reminded that they must wear a
Reader-submitted letters to the editor published in the Nov. 17, 2023, edition of New York Outdoor News.