Climate & Environment
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Latest Climate & Environment Stories
Biden Administration Bans Mining Near Minnesota’s Boundary Waters Wilderness
Turn Your Old Christmas Tree into New Habitat for Game Fish
Waterfowl Fall from the Sky by the Hundreds as Lunar Eclipse Coincides with Snowstorm in Central Oregon
Rare, Late-Season Wildfires Burn Through the Heart of Pennsylvania’s Elk Range
What Happens to Duck Hunting When the Great Salt Lake Dries Up?
How Far Can Ducks Migrate in a Day? About 2,000 Miles
Photographer Captures Incredible Nighttime Videos of Alligators Hunting, Mating, and Fighting
Trout Fishing in the West Isn’t Doomed—If You’re Willing to Work for It
Waterfowl Numbers Are Up While Most Bird Species Are in Decline, and Birders Should Pay Attention to Why
Can Wildlife and Clean Energy Coexist in the West?
New Report Provides a Roadmap for Sagebrush Conservation in the West
“Red Tide” Is Causing a Massive Fish Kill in San Francisco Bay
A Pacific Waterfowl Oasis Ran Out of Water. These Duck Hunters Are Footing the Bill for Some More
Two Klamath Basin Wildlife Refuges Close to Bird Hunting Due to Extreme Drought
Yellowstone’s Native Fish Populations Still Healthy in the Wake of June Floods
Feral Hogs Are Invasive Pests, But They’ve Helped Australia’s Saltwater Crocs Rebound
Scientists Call for “Rewilding the West” by Bringing More Beavers and Wolves onto Public Lands
Colorado Asks Anglers to Catch and Keep as Many Fish as Possible Before Two Reservoirs Dry Up
Rare Arctic Shark Found in Caribbean Waters
The Grasslands Conservation Act Just Hit the Senate. Here’s What it Means for Hunters and Wildlife
This Year’s Record-Breaking Salmon Run in Alaska’s Bristol Bay Proves Why Pebble Mine Is Such a Terrible Idea
The Federal Government Is Suing a Fishing Guide and His Employer for Allegedly Starting a Wildfire in Alaska
Weed-Killing Chemical Used in Roundup Found in 80 Percent of U.S. Urine Samples
Unauthorized Drones Are Jamming Efforts to Fight Wildland Fires in California
A Firsthand Perspective on Wildland Fires in Alaska, and a Tribute to the Few Who Fight Them
Forest Fires Are Contributing to Trout Kills in the West
Texas Drought Is a Problem for Deer Herds and Antler Growth
Largest Python Ever Captured in Florida Is Nearly 18 Feet Long
In the Most Florida Press Conference Ever, Governor DeSantis Promotes This Year’s Python Challenge
Watch: Historic Flood Hits Yellowstone, Spurs Evacuation from National Park
Wisconsin Waters Are Warming. Its Walleye Fishing and Stocking Programs Are in Trouble
50,000 Menhaden and Other Fish Species Killed Near Baltimore After Sewage Leak
Watch: Boaters Flee Massive Wave Caused by Rockslide in Lake Powell
13 Evacuate from Michigan Hunting Camp as Wildfire Burns Thousands of Acres
Utah, Wyoming, and Oregon Are Cutting Big Game Tags Due to Drought Conditions. Will Other States Follow?
Polar Bear That Wandered into a Town Only 200 Miles from the Maine Border Is Killed by Authorities
Wyoming Cuts 11,300 Pronghorn, Mule Deer Tags Due to Drought and Disease
Could North Dakota’s 30 Inches of “Duck Snow” Save Your Duck Season?
Martha Williams, the New Director of USFWS, Talks Grizzly Bears, Hunting on Refuges, and the Challenge of Getting More Americans Outdoors
Can Hunting Survive in California? And If It Can’t, Who’s Going to Pay to Conserve the State’s Wildlife and Habitat?
British Columbia’s Mega Mine Gold Rush Threatens Wilderness, Salmon, and the Outdoor Lifestyle in Southeast Alaska
Weed Growers: The Evolution of Food Plots, Roundup Spraying, and Deer Habitat Management
50 Years Ago, the Buffalo Became Our First National River. How Well Have We Conserved Our Rivers Since?
The Feds Are Spending $1 Billion on New Ag Projects That Should Also Help Wildlife Habitat
Biden Administration Withdraws Leases for Controversial Mine Near Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness
New Research Shows Atlantic Flyway Mallards Actually Might Not Be In Trouble. Was the Bag Limit Reduction Unnecessary?
Two Years of Hurricanes Have Caused $579 Million in Damages to Louisiana Fisheries
Warm Water, Drought Conditions Take Heavy Toll on Endangered Salmon in California
Officials Close Sportfishing on Washington Coastal Rivers to Protect Steelhead
President Biden Will Sign His Infrastructure Bill Monday. Here’s Why Conservation Groups Are Excited About That
Gas Prices: The Limiting Factor in Hunting Access That No One Talks About
NOAA’s Red Snapper Limits and Harvest Data Are Under Fire—Again
Biden Administration Puts Up Roadblock on Proposed Mine Near the Boundary Waters
Smoke From Western Wildfires Likely Disrupts Waterfowl Migration in Pacific Flyway
Conservation Groups Urge Biden to Boost Existing Programs for 30 by 30 Initiative
Rising Sea Levels Could Mean Trouble for Carolina Seagrasses and Their Fisheries
California Re-Opens 34 Properties to Public Hunting and Fishing as Wildfires Subside
The Future of Trout Fishing in the West Could Be in Hot Water
Two Historic Public Waterfowl Meccas See Water Management Changes This Fall
All California National Forests Closed Due To Wildfires
The Outdoor Life Podcast: Will Wildlife Survive Extreme Drought and Wildfires?
A Shipwrecked Cargo Freighter Is Leaking Oil Into the Atlantic Ocean
Big Game Likely to Suffer from Western Drought, High Hunter Harvest Could Help
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