The latest news and biggest issues around conservation, climate change, and public lands.
They're not attacks, they're "negative encounters"
The female bear was collared and released close to the Canadian border
A local hunter’s perspective on the Roadless Rule and new protections for the Tongass
Record heat out West has made water scarce and will impact the health of California's salmon and wintering waterfowl
There are plenty of illogical ideas coming from anti-hunting organizations, but these three pose a real threat to hunters everywhere
Indiana has only a fraction of Lake Michigan’s shoreline, but has stepped up its stocking efforts
As wild turkey populations decline across parts of their range, conservation groups scramble to both invent and reinvent themselves
At least 30,000 pounds of fish have been cleaned up in the past 10 days
The recent grizzly attack has ranchers and legislators talking about more bear control
UPDATE: Wildlife officers shoot grizzly suspected of killing a camper in Ovando, Montana
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