DeFazio penned a letter to the Department of the Interior requesting the agency coordinate among states to establish a “wolf safety zone” around Yellowstone National Park. The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation responded to DeFazio’s letter with their own.
Six democratic members of Congress penned a letter to the USDA outlining their conviction that “canned” deer hunts fail to outweigh the risks of spreading disease to wild herds, reports the Indianapolis Star.
As a candidate species for listing under the Endangered Species Act, the greater sage-grouse has been ruffling feathers for years. Landowners are growing nervous as the Sept. 2015 listing deadline creeps closer, and the conflict that often arises between private and federal interests over controversial species remains a possibility.
In response to preliminary data, wildlife officials in Maine and Alaska have adjusted their hunting seasons in an attempt to better manage shrinking moose populations.
A record-breaking mako is no longer eligible for world-record status because it was not released.
Researchers working in Wyoming recently documented the longest migration of mule deer ever recorded.
The California Fish and Game Commission issued a proposed rule last week that would outlaw coyote and other predator contests that reward hunters.
Two cousins hauled in a possible record-breaking mako from the shore near Pensacola, Fla.
This winter’s merciless conditions have brought reports of wildlife struggling to survive all across the country. The Minnesota DNR reluctantly rolled out an emergency feeding plan for its whitetails and a cold-stun kill in North Carolina devastated trout fishing prospects. And even though we’ve officially made it to spring, scientists say the effects from this winter will persist for months to come in the Great Lakes region.
Hunters say wildlife officials overestimated the number of big cats and set quotas too high for the Bitterroot Watershed.
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