Bonner County officials who want federal protections removed from woodland caribou have hired the law firm that successfully argued before the U.S. Supreme Court a northern Idaho couple’s wetlands dispute.
West Virginia is giving hunters incentives to kill female deer instead of bucks in a move to reduce the animal’s population.
Two state record fish were caught recently from the Ohio River, according to Frank Jezioro, Director of the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources.
Efforts to keep an invasive species out of Lake Michigan will get a boost from a new barrier set up along a Michigan City creek.
A judge has ordered three men to pay a combined $17,000 in fines and restitution for poaching seven mule deer off the Chief Joseph Highway north of Cody in 2009.
The Colorado Parks and Wildlife Commission is considering plans that would allow a new limited autumn hunting season for sandhill cranes in Routt and Moffat counties
The Wyoming Game and Fish Commission voted Wednesday to allow hunters to kill up to 52 wolves in the state this fall
A working group is recommending changes to hunting season in hopes of balancing the regional elk herd population in northwestern Wyoming
Rocker and gun rights advocate Ted Nugent pleaded guilty Tuesday to transporting a black bear he illegally killed in Alaska
Outdoor enthusiasts and business groups on Wednesday announced the formation of a new organization to promote hunting in Iowa, hoping to reverse years of declining interest in the activity.
Hundreds of animal lovers and hunters packed the Capitol on Tuesday to testify about a bill seeking to ban the use of dogs to hunt bears and bobcats in California
Native American tribes and federal officials celebrated the completion of the last of 31 tribal fishing access sites along the lower Columbia River on Monday
This year’s spring wild turkey season opened in all 88 Ohio counties on Monday, April 23, and continues through Sunday, May 20, according to the DNR Division of Wildlife.
The Ohio Wildlife Council approved hunting and trapping regulations for the 2012-13 hunting seasons during its April 4 meeting, according to the DNR Division of Wildlife
Lake Erie anglers should enjoy a diversity of fishing opportunities in 2012, according to biologists with the DNR Division of Wildlife
The grand prize winner has been announced in the California Wildlife Photograph of the Year competition.
A few simple measurements can provide approximate age of birds
Working as an agent for the state of Michigan, U.S. Department of Agriculture Wildlife Services personnel killed eight gray wolves in Ironwood between March 5 and April 5
State officials are suing a Cheboygan County man after he refused to allow DNR officials onto his northern Michigan hunting preserve to inspect the facility for invasive hogs.
Come summer, if all goes as planned, the waters of the Boardman River will for the first time in 91 years begin to flow naturally down to Lake Michigan.
Pennsylvania Fish & Boat Commission tells Department of Environmental Protection: Admit it, river impaired
The executive director of the Pennsylvania Fish & Boat Commission insisted again recently that the state Department of Environmental Protection must designate the Susquehanna River as “impaired”
It called for changing who can fish in stream sections managed under delayed- harvest, artificial-lures-only rules and when they can keep fish.
Unusual seasonal conditions experienced throughout much of Pennsylvania will present turkey hunters with a mixed blessing in spring gobbler season, according to the Pennsylvania Game Commission.
The state Senate on Monday approved a bill that would raise costs for fishing and hunting licenses, and establish a season for wolf hunting and trapping this fall.
When Dr. Don McMillan took the reins in 2007 as president of the Minnesota Outdoor Heritage Alliance, the man whose position he inherited didn’t think McMillan would amount to much
When a bill – federal or otherwise – contains a hodge-podge of various ideas and changes, it’s bound to get mixed reviews.