Category Archives: Wildlife


Browning Trail Cameras Strike Force: Elite Performance in a Small Package

After a year in which the Browning Trail Cameras Strike Force rose to prominence by becoming one of the best-selling game cameras available in the marketplace, one may have wondered what the “next step” would be for such a popular … Continue reading

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Walker’s® Game Ear Offers The New

Walker’s® Game Ear®, the shooting and hunting industry pioneer in hearing protection, introduces three new versions of their most popular muff. The PRO – Low Profile Folding Muffs, previously available in black only, are now available in Mossy Oak Blaze, … Continue reading

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Arizona Files Motions Today to Protect State’s Interest in Mexican Wolf Recovery

PHOENIX — The State of Arizona, on behalf of the Arizona Game and Fish Department, today filed two motions aimed at protecting the state’s interest in the Mexican wolf reintroduction program and successful recovery of the endangered wolf subspecies that … Continue reading

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Funky Nests in Funky Places Contest Underway

Using spider web to affix its nest to a single bulb in a strand of holiday lights, this tiny Anna’s Hummingbird successfully hatched two chicks. 2014 entry by Kathy West, California. Ithaca, NY—Spring is nesting season and some birds have … Continue reading

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114 Sportsmen’s Groups Call on Congress to Reject All Efforts to Sell or Transfer Public Lands

WASHINGTON, D.C. – More than 100 hunting, fishing, and conservation organizations, including the Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership, the National Wild Turkey Federation, Pheasants Forever, Quail Forever, Trout Unlimited, Dallas Safari Club, Pope & Young Club, the American Fly Fishing Trade … Continue reading

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DNR advises caution to prevent spread of oak wilt disease

For most people, April 15 is the annual tax-filing deadline. For people like Roger Mech – and other forest health professionals – April 15 also marks the beginning of the yearly window when oak wilt can be transmitted from diseased … Continue reading

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Peregrine Falcon Nest Webcam Live in Downtown Boise

The daily life of a wild peregrine falcon family in downtown Boise is once again on view via a web camera in the nest box. This is the seventh year the webcam has provided a bird’s eye view of the … Continue reading

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Fred Meijer Clinton-Ionia-Shiawassee Trail ribbon-cutting ceremony set for April 18

The Department of Natural Resources has opened the Fred Meijer Clinton-Ionia-Shiawassee (FMCIS) Trail and, in conjunction with local communities and the Friends of the FMCIS Trail, will host a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Saturday, April 18. The ceremony will be held at … Continue reading

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DNR encourages public to enjoy springtime baby animal sightings, but remember to leave wildlife in the wild

With the arrival of spring, wild animals are giving birth and hatching the next generation of Michigan’s wildlife. Baby red foxes appeared in dens during the last days of March and the first days of April.  Young great-horned owls have … Continue reading

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New Mexico’s Controversial Mountain Lion Legislation

GW:  Thanks for the heads-up from J.R. Absher, it has been noted that the bill in question died in committee a month ago and the 60-day session ended March 21. On March 13, 2015, the New Mexico House Agriculture, Water, … Continue reading

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