Federal wildlife officials are considering removing protections for grizzlies in and around Yellowstone National Park. This resolution would take that further and seek to declassify bears in the Northern Continental Divide Ecosystem and the Cabinet-Yaak area, as well.
The animals were left to waste in fields near Monteview, a small community about 50 miles northwest of Idaho Falls.
Saturday’s short season was intended to serve as research fishery, but also to keep a minimal connection between the public and once-plentiful species.
Except for gray foxes and alligators, the state-owned island has few predators. Meanwhile, white-tailed deer have grown so abundant that the island’s conservation staff fears they may be overfeeding on its plants.
Will restrict the use of dogs to hunting coyotes in the Delta Junction area.
The lake in the Turtle Mountain region is a haven for bluegills and crappies in the wintertime.
In the Northeast, maple syrup leaders such as New York and Pennsylvania wonder what’s next.
Small business owners join Democratic state leaders to speak out against Utah’s Republican leadership for what they called a stubborn stance on public lands that will leave the state without an estimated $45 million in direct spending the shows bring annually.
Season again comes to a close in a hurry, but the excitement surrounding lake sturgeons runs long and deep here.
Reasons why 56 percent of women decline to renew fishing licenses from year to year are among the questions posed to business professors and students to study.
In the Georgia Coyote Challenge, participants can kill as many as five coyotes a month from March through August for a chance to win a lifetime hunting license.
Management plan calls for a population of 3,000 bison in the region, but about 5,500 live there now.
For numerous reasons, hunter and quarry numbers nowhere near where they used to be.
Federal ban pertains to certain hunting techniques in national refuges and preserves.
From large cities like Chicago to medium cities like Peoria, communities taking up beekeeping-friendly ordinances.
Ontario Ministry of Infrastructure and four Thunder Bay organizations have agreed to keep the Wilderness Discovery Resort For the Disabled open for at least 20 years.
Thanks to last year’s mild winter that made it easier for turkeys to feed, harvest is the second-highest total since 2013.
Lawmaker says move will help with recruitment.
Preliminary estimates after the season ended in November put the kill total at 196,785, down from 198,057 in 2015. But updated figures the DNR released recently show hunters took 202,338 deer during the season.
If passed, bill would not prevent landowners from hunting the predators on their property.
Hunters who apply for licenses in the southwest, northwest and northeast regions will be randomly selected to submit deer heads for chronic wasting disease testing.
With their numbers on the rise in recent years, several of the animals have reportedly been sighted in Woodbridge during the past few weeks, and three women were attacked by a rabid bobcat in Colchester on Jan. 17 and suffered minor injuries.
Efforts continue to bolster struggling population in region.
Landowners across northern and northwest Virginia are seeing damage to the bark of the ash trees and coming to the Virginia Department of Forestry for help.
Supporters say the measure is needed to protect those who deal with wolves.
President of the Bergen Audubon Society fears the glass exterior could be deadly to bird species that migrate through the Meadowlands each year.