Category: conservation

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New Project Seeks to “De-Extinct” Tasmanian Tigers

New Project Seeks to “De-Extinct” Tasmanian Tigers

Scientists are undertaking a multi-million dollar project to bring Tasmanian tigers back from extinction and restore them to their histori [...]
2022 Conservation Grants Awarded by Bass Fishing Hall of Fame

2022 Conservation Grants Awarded by Bass Fishing Hall of Fame

For the third year in a row, the Bass Fishing Hall of Fame Board of Directors has announced that the Hall has awarded four conservation grants. Th [...]
72 percent of hunters and anglers see a changing climate | Hatch Magazine

72 percent of hunters and anglers see a changing climate | Hatch Magazine

According to a survey commissioned by the Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership (TRCP), an overwhelming majority of hunters and anglers — a de [...]
American Wildlife Conservation Partners Honor Johnny Morris; Issue Mid-Term Update During Summer Meeting

American Wildlife Conservation Partners Honor Johnny Morris; Issue Mid-Term Update During Summer Meeting

The American Wildlife Conservation Partners (AWCP), a consortium of 50 of the top hunting-conservation organizations and wildlife professi [...]
At Least Feral Hogs Make Good Crocodile Food

At Least Feral Hogs Make Good Crocodile Food

Feral hogs are notorious for digging up farmland, spreading disease, and harassing native wildlife. From Texas to Tasmania, they cause tro [...]
Officials Remove Carp from City Lake Near Lake Michigan

Officials Remove Carp from City Lake Near Lake Michigan

A 22-pound invasive silver carp was recently captured and removed from a neighborhood lake in Chicago—just 7 miles from Lake Michigan. Acc [...]
Wednesday Wake-Up Call 08.17.22 – Orvis News

Wednesday Wake-Up Call 08.17.22 – Orvis News

TU’s latest film, “Spread Creek,” is a story about wild, native cutthroat trout and the power that partners can have when we come together.​We [...]
New: STEP 22 Tamarin Trunk Gear Bag

New: STEP 22 Tamarin Trunk Gear Bag

Even if you don't consider yourself a “prepper,” it's impossible to deny the value of certain basic emergency preparedness measures. A first aid kit [...]
Alaskan Hunting Guide Sentenced to Six Months in Prison

Alaskan Hunting Guide Sentenced to Six Months in Prison

An Anchorage-based hunting guide has been sentenced to six months in prison for illegally guiding big-game hunts and committing various wi [...]
New Wild Turkey Research Seeks to Better Understand Turkey Populations

New Wild Turkey Research Seeks to Better Understand Turkey Populations

Like many states, South Dakota had a boom in its wild turkey numbers during the early 2000s. Around 2010, however, the harvest rates in th [...]
New Mexico Poachers Used Attack Dogs to Kill Elk

New Mexico Poachers Used Attack Dogs to Kill Elk

Three poachers in southern New Mexico have been convicted of using attack dogs to illegally take elk, along with several other wildlife-re [...]
Researchers Call for More Beavers and Wolves on Public Land

Researchers Call for More Beavers and Wolves on Public Land

Researchers from Oregon State University recently proposed a plan to “rewild the West” by establishing and supporting healthy populations [...]
LWFC Proposes Removal of Shark Closed Season

LWFC Proposes Removal of Shark Closed Season

The Louisiana Wildlife and Fisheries Commission passed a notice of intent at their August 4th meeting to remove the closed season of sharks for bo [...]
Snapping Turtle Eats Water Snake Alive

Snapping Turtle Eats Water Snake Alive

In 2015, professional photographer Kerry Wix was fishing at Dale Hollow Lake in Tennessee when he noticed a big northern water snake that [...]
Can the U.K. Still Release 55 Million Game Birds Amid Avian Flu Fears?

Can the U.K. Still Release 55 Million Game Birds Amid Avian Flu Fears?

Released game birds provide the bulk of opportunities for wing shooters in the UK. In a typical year, governments in England, Scotland, No [...]
Feds Sued Over Wolf Protections in the Northern Rockies

Feds Sued Over Wolf Protections in the Northern Rockies

A coalition of anti-hunting groups has filed a lawsuit that would force the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) to decide whether or no [...]
Researchers Tag 52-Inch Lake Sturgeon in Georgia

Researchers Tag 52-Inch Lake Sturgeon in Georgia

Earlier this month, biologists from the University of Georgia pulled a 52-inch, 24-pound lake sturgeon from the Coosa River near Rome, whi [...]
Oklahoma Poacher Caught Electrofishing Catfish

Oklahoma Poacher Caught Electrofishing Catfish

Jay Harvey was bass fishing on Hugo Lake in southeastern Oklahoma on the morning of August 8 when he spotted something suspicious. “My son [...]
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