Featured by Abi Cole
Are Wolverines Making a Comeback in the Lower 48?
A wolverine was caught on trail cam in Yellowstone National Park for the first time, but researchers are still working to track and monitor populations for this mysterious critter
A Deadly Virus Is Spreading Among Wild Rabbits and Hares. Wildlife Agencies Are Calling on Hunters for Help
Biologists are asking hunters to report diseased rabbits to help prevent the spread of Rabbit Hemorrhagic Disease Virus Type 2
Dog-Sized Lizards are Taking Over in the Southern U.S.
As if the South didn’t have enough invasive species already, the Argentine black and white tegu is slowly starting to take root in national parks and neighborhoods
USGS Releases Western Big-Game Migration Maps
Deer, antelope, elk, moose, and bison were tracked across five states for 20 years to ensure their migration routes stay open
National Parks Service Increasingly Calls on Hunters to Help Cull Non-Native Bison, Mountain Goats
NPS has been relying on hunter volunteers to help manage non-native populations of mountain goats and bison in popular parks—after the animals begin to pose problems
Minnesota Hunter Shoots a 10-Point Buck (Then a Gator) on the Whitetail Opener
Corey Klocek completed one of the most unique doubles in Minnesota hunting history
Colorado Voted to Reintroduce Gray Wolves. Here’s What You Need to Know
State officials must now create a plan to restore and manage wolves by 2023