A new regulation governing importation of cervid carcasses into Louisiana will go into effect March 1, the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries (LDWF) announced. The regulation was passed by the Louisiana Wildlife and Fisheries Commission (LWFC) in
BILLINGS — All public roads through the Yellowstone Wildlife Management Area east of Billings have reopened. Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks closed all roads in the area Feb. 14 after water from melting snow inundated some stretches and
COLUMBUS, OH – More than 100,000 rainbow trout are expected to be released this spring in 64 Ohio public lakes and ponds, creating excellent fishing opportunities for anglers all across Ohio, according to the Ohio Department of Natural
AUSTIN – White bass are one of Texas’ most sought after game fish, especially when they make their annual spring spawning migration into rivers above reservoirs. Now that those fish are on the move, the Texas Parks and
AUSTIN — On Feb. 22, an American bald eagle was shot in north Harris County, Texas, near White Oak Bayou. The eagle was one of two adult eagles that have actively nested in this area for several years.
Anchorage — How many moose roam the Anchorage Bowl? State wildlife managers need to know. Unfortunately, traditional aerial counts aren’t always practical due to poor weather conditions and flight restrictions imposed over the busy metropolitan area. That’s why
It’s that time of year again, when the number of points and total score determine the winners. Sounds like the NCAA basketball tournament, but it’s actually the time of the year when hundreds of deer hunters from across