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New Louisiana Bill Seeks to Restrict Commercial Purse-Seine Netting of Menhaden Near the Coast
A recent bill could halt this baitfish netting practice within one-half mile of shore
8 Red Wolves Released In North Carolina
In hopes of bolstering populations, eight red wolves have been released into a 1.7 million-acre recovery area
Is Your Turkey Season Too Early, Too Late, or Right on Time?
How to know the timing of your turkey season, and where to hunt once your birds go quiet
Bowhunters and Crossbow Hunters Are Killing More Deer. Is That a Bad Thing?
Most wildlife managers say increased deer harvest during archery season is by design
The Annual North American Waterfowl Breeding Survey Is Canceled—Again. Here’s What It Means for Hunters
Spring breeding data gathering has been scrubbed for the second year in a row
New Law Expands Idaho Wolf Take to 90 Percent of Population, Loosens Regs
The new hunting and trapping regulations are designed to reduce wolf predation on livestock, but were opposed by the Idaho Game and Fish Commission
Deadly Rabbit Disease Could Be Coming to the Midwest, Biologists Warn
RHDV2 is nearly 100 percent fatal—and it's spreading. Here's how hunters can help
Do Sanctuary Gun Laws Disqualify States from Receiving Federal Wildlife Management Funds?
In Arkansas, the potential loss of $18 million in Pittman-Robertson funds was averted by political brinksmanship. Here's how such laws might affect other states' funding
$6.4 Million Grant to Improve Montana Upland Bird and Big Game Habitat
Montana upland birds and big game will benefit from a $6.4 million grant
After a Colorado Woman Was Killed in an Apparent Black Bear Attack, Authorities Locate Human Remains in Two Bears
Necropsy reports indicate that a sow killed and ate a dog walker in Colorado