The town board in a Syracuse suburb has decided to hold another hearing on whether to allow residents to hire a wildlife professional to kill coyotes.
A Wyoming landowner and several hunters from Oregon and other states pleaded guilty to felony convictions for illegal trafficking in wildlife in U.S. District Court on March 21.
Missouri hunters shot more turkeys during the first week of the spring hunting season than they did during the same period last year. This is the first increase since 2004.
With more than 30 years of hunting in the hills and valleys of Western Pennsylvania under his belt, Scott Gump has always enjoyed the experience, except for one nagging thing.
Law enforcement agencies find it difficult to police hunting in South Dakota because the state does not require guides or lodge owners to be registered
The Red Lake Nation will allow nonmembers to take walleyes on smaller reservation lakes this summer for the first time in nearly 20 years.
Capt. Billy Neff was at the helm of the Fish Trap and didn’t see the fish that nailed the pinfish trailing behind the boat on the drift line.
John Nichols shattered the Alabama blue catfish record with a 120-pound, 4-ounce fish. Nichols, who lives in Tuscaloosa, caught the behemoth from Holt Reservoir on March 9, 2012.
The bighorn sheep population in southwestern North Dakota has stabilized, thanks to the mild winter.
A decades-old fight is brewing again over legislation to ban the use of dog packs to chase bears and bobcats up trees so a hunter can kill them.
The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources says a commercial fisherman caught a 30-pound bighead carp at the mouth of the St. Croix River near Prescott, Wis.
We’ve all rushed our spring gobbler setups and paid little attention to how our decoys were set beyond making sure they were upright and would remain that way.
About six years ago, the Pennsylvania Game Commission declared war on feral swine – also known as wild boar or feral pigs.
The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation has donated $51,000 for government efforts to control the gray wolf population in Montana.
Fishing license sales in Iowa have hit a record for the past decade as anglers taking advantage of the warm weather to hit prime fishing spots gave a state wildlife fund a much-needed boost in revenue.
Hunters are expecting a strong turkey season in Vermont.
Hikers in Yellowstone National Park will see new signs this summer warning them of bears and telling them what to do if they encounter one.
Rocker and wildlife hunter Ted Nugent has agreed to plead guilty to transporting a black bear he illegally killed in southeast Alaska.
It wouldn’t be easy, but a conservation-minded Illinois fisherman inclined to release the state record he was lucky enough to land could potentially have his cake and eat it, too.
It didn’t take long for the state’s younger turkey hunting crowd to make its presence in the woods known.
Bass good to excellent using crankbaits near the rocks.
Timber wolf harvest applications will be available after June. That much is known as of now, but as for an application deadline, harvest quota, and number of permits?
Whether the discovery of CWD in Washburn County results in higher antlerless quotas this fall remains to be seen, but DNR officials on April 4 said they were well aware that deer units in that area already are close to goals.
Spring hearing voters heavily supported DNR ideas that would allow year-round fishing seasons, make an experimental split bobcat season permanent, expand open-water duck hunting to 14 large lakes.
A proposed three-day youth deer hunt over the Columbus Day weekend has remained intact as DEC moves toward regulatory approval of several portions of its five-year deer management plan.
Two controversial gun ballistics programs died in the state Legislature in late March, but there was a possibility that one could resurface later this year.