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Interior Department Suggests Wolves May Need Federal Protection
The agency says there should be a year-long review of wolf management policy in the Lower 48
New Jersey Fish and Game Approves Emergency Black Bear Hunt. Will the Governor?
New Jersey wildlife managers have asked their governor to re-establish a public-land bear hunt in October. The state's black bear population is booming, and human-bear conflicts are on the rise
Minnesota’s Early Teal Experiment: More Opportunity for Duck Hunters or a Threat to Duck Hunting as We Know It?
Wildlife agencies in states like Minnesota are trying to create more opportunity to increase duck hunter numbers. But are the new seasons and more liberal regulations hurting their cause?
Zebra Mussels Found in Iconic Rainy Lake Fishery
Invasive zebra mussels have been found in the iconic Rainy Lake on the Minnesota-Ontario border
Feds Back Away From Relisting Wolves. Montana Approves Baiting and Night Hunting
A petition to put wolves back on the Endangered Species List comes as some states adopt “extermination measures”
The “Zoom Towns” in the West Could Hurt Big-Game Migrations
As more remote workers look to move West, big-game migration habitat could be in trouble
EHD Could Take a Lethal Toll on Deer During Record Drought
Whitetail deer in Idaho and Eastern Washington test positive for epizootic hemorrhagic disease
Bounties, Petitions, and Politics: Why the Wolf War Is Only Getting More Extreme
The Interior Department is being pressured to return America’s wolves to the Endangered Species List while some hunters and ranchers are calling for higher kill quotas
Commercial Fishermen Remove 10M Pounds of Asian Carp from Kentucky and Barkley Lakes
Commercial fishermen have hit a milestone in eradication efforts
Republicans Call on Biden to Withdraw His Pick to Run the Bureau of Land Management
Tracy Stone-Manning’s association with "ecoterrorists" 30 years ago comes under Senate scrutiny