He won with his painting of a pair of redheads floating in the water.
A record 22 captive-born Mexican gray wolf pups have been placed into dens in the wild in the southwestern U.S. to be raised by surrogate packs.
On April 23, Minnesota DNR received an anonymous tip about two dead bald eagles in a rural area near the Blackduck River in northwestern Minnesota.
And the fish, which was caught by a USFWS crew and could be more than 100 years old, is still out there as it was released back into the river.
The endangered California condor could return to the Pacific Northwest for the first time in 100 years.
Disease outbreaks or extreme weather could cause a catastrophic loss of the crane’s current population, according to the study.
An American woodcock in fall leaves and spring growth. (Photo courtesy of Steve Gifford)America’s public lands are places for wildlife to flourish and people to recreate. We at the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service also know that private landowners help provide clean air, water and native habitat across the country. Together, we’ve been growing more places for wildlife and for people. Take a moment to meet one farmer who is…
Have you noticed that the number of birds visiting your yard each winter seems to fluctuate year to year?
The changes by the U.S. Bureau of Land Management will guide future efforts to conserve the ground-dwelling birds that range across portions of 11 Western states.
About half of the state’s roughly 300 bird species head south to warmer climates in the winter, and the birds that stay are tough enough to survive the extreme cold weather, as long they’re able to find food,