A new rule created by the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) to help protect Florida’s native songbirds from illegal capture takes effect this week. The new rule, which takes effect Oct. 3, is in Chapter 68A-16, F.A.C. (Rules Relating to Birds) and includes regulations regarding the use, placement and possession of bird traps.
The illegal trapping of native birds has long been a concern in the state, particularly in south Florida where trapping is believed...
CUSTER, S.D. – Over 19,440 visitors attended the 54th Annual Buffalo Roundup at Custer State Park on Friday morning, watching as 60 horseback riders wrangled the herd of 1,400 bison into the corrals for their annual health check.
Custer State Park also hosted its three-day arts festival in conjunction with the Buffalo Roundup. Crowds assembled throughout the celebration to enjoy a variety of entertainment under the big top, educational programs and vendors from all over the country....
...This certification is designed to prepare individuals for a meaningful career in natural resources management and help the next generation understand ecology issues and gain experience in the field of wildlife
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...“New York provides great opportunity for the state’s more than 160,000 licensed bowhunters to venture outside during early bow seasons, which offer mild weather and longer days in the woods,” Commissioner Seggos said. “It’s also the perfect time to introduce
SALEM, Ore. — Saturday, Sept. 28 is National Hunting and Fishing Day in Oregon and across the United States.
The date coincides with the opening of buck deer season—the biggest day of the hunting year with more than 100,000 hunters expected to participate in the season. Elk, duck and pheasant hunting seasons open in the coming weeks too.
Anglers have been fishing throughout the year and 2019 marked a record year for tuna, with recreational anglers...