It continues to kill off entire herds statewide.
Nevada Department of Wildlife
Wildlife officials are pointing to an increase of sightings of the big animals in the northeastern part of the state as they ask lawmakers to make it a felony to kill moose without a hunting tag.
(U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service)LAS VEGAS — The latest count is in for Clark County’s most endangered fish, and the results are mixed. While researchers were relieved to see the Moapa dace population holding steady at 1,138 adult fish, they would prefer some real improvement for a species that’s been under federal protection for just over 50 years. “We’re not…
LAS VEGAS — Armed civilians are running loose inside a secure military training area north of Las Vegas, but only the bighorn sheep have reason to worry. One of the Silver State’s most unusual and exclusive hunts is now under way at the Nevada Test and Training Range, where 15 hunting tags have been issued in three mountain ranges normally…
Comins Lake was well on its way to recovery after the state restocked the fishery with largemouth bass, brown and rainbow trout in 2015. But invading pike continue to make a mess of what was once one of the most popular fisheries in the state.
Best thing to do — while also avoiding being gored — was to try to shoot off one of the antlers. Third attempt was the charm.
But first wolf sighting in Nevada in nearly a century no reason for concern for ranchers out West.
Two pelicans, 10 cormorants and five swans have been found dead in the Key Pittman management area in the Pahranagat Valley, and in the Overton wildlife area near Lake Mead.
Herd still struggling with outbreak of bacterial pneumonia that the animals have no natural way to fight