Drought in the “duck factory” means limited production of mallards, pintails, blue-winged teal and other species
Federal permits for limited shooting of black vultures begins in Arkansas, other states already allow it to save cows, sheep, goats and other livestock
Tracy Stone-Manning’s association with "ecoterrorists" 30 years ago comes under Senate scrutiny
Record heat out West has made water scarce and will impact the health of California's salmon and wintering waterfowl
Scientists report the mass vertical ascent of marine life—at night—is unprecedented in the wild world
After a contentious debate over wolf reintroduction, the first wild wolf pups were born in Colorado in nearly a century
Increased participation has anglers and fisheries managers worried about pressure, harvest, and survival rates
The days of driving vehicles and flying in airplanes may be over for biologists, thanks to innovative, lightweight and efficient GPS technology
The Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries says the exotic fish was likely illegally kept as a pet and released into University Lake
The USFWS and Air Force have joined forces to help salmon and trout
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