Cooking for a Cause
A New Hampshire culinary seminar benefits youth and the outdoors.
What to Do With a Tag You Can't Use
Ever been rewarded with a game tag that you honestly don't have the time or means to use? Don't let it go to waste.
Colorado May Open New Area for Elk Hunting
Colorado Parks and Wildlife will attempt to mitigate damage done by a local elk herd in Boulder County by potentially opening up hunting on public land near Rabbit Mountain, as the elk have recently killed much of the habitat’s plant life, in turn degrading the land for other wildlife.
New Jersey Cancels Grouse Season Indefinitely
The New Jersey Fish and Game Council unanimously voted to close the ruffed grouse hunting season statewide, effective immediately, citing declining populations due to lack of suitable habitat, as well as predation, weather and disease.
Alaska Closes Bear Hunting Statewide
Per an April 1, 2020 press release from the Alaska Department of Fish and Game (ADFG), department commissioner Dough Vincent-Lang closed all black- and brown-bear hunts due to health and safety concerns stemming from COVID-19.
CWD Found in Deer and Elk Hunt Areas in NE Wyoming
The Wyoming Game and Fish Department has confirmed two new hunt areas where deer and elk have tested positive for chronic wasting disease (CWD) in the Sheridan Region.
Record Number of Mexican Wolf Pups Released
A record 22 captive-born Mexican wolf pups were placed in wild dens to be raised in the wild by surrogate parents after another successful cross-foster season.
Idaho: F&G Commission Designates Units 14-15 as CWD Management Zone
The Idaho Fish and Game Commission on November 22 authorized the Director of Fish and Game to establish emergency hunts for increased sampling for Chronic Wasting Disease.