For 75 years, science has been the cornerstone of Delta Waterfowl. Research shapes the conservation programs and management policies that help put more ducks in the air, year after year.
A conservation practice introduced in agricultural row crop settings in 2004 by USDA at the behest of the National Bobwhite Conservation Initiative (NBCI) has resulted in bobwhite populations up to three times greater than those found in traditionally managed crop fields, according to a just-released study of the program's impac
Nebraska Pheasants Forever (PF) and Quail Forever (QF) wildlife biologists across the state are hosting 17 landowner habitat tours over the next four months. These tours are designed to demonstrate habitat management practices, available conservation programs, the financial benefits of conservation programs, and how to create the best results on your next habitat project.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service today announced the approval of more than $25 million in federal grants and Federal Duck Stamp revenues to protect, restore or enhance thousands of acres of wildlife habitat in the United States and Mexico for the benefit of shared migratory bird populations.
On Friday, April 26, well-known exhibition shooter Tom Knapp passed away. Benelli USA, which sponsored Knapp for a number of years, sent the following press release in remembrance:
A new Sage Grouse Initiative video released this week showcases the Wyoming model for saving sage grouse, a strategy that's spreading across the other 10 western states working to prevent a listing under the Endangered Species Act.
The Pennsylvania Farm Show Complex & Expo Center has selected the National Rifle Association to continue its 65-year tradition of hosting a sport show in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, starting in 2014.
In the coming weeks, the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation will begin multiple surveys for lesser prairie chickens in an effort to gather more accurate population data.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has selected Maumee Bay State Park Conference Center in Oregon, Ohio, as the site for its much anticipated Federal Duck Stamp Art Competition, which will be held on Sept. 27-28. The selection, in part, pays homage to long-time Fish and Wildlife Service employee and acclaimed wildlife artist Bob Hines, who was born in Columbus, Ohio.
Virginia is stepping up its part in the overall national wild bobwhite quail restoration effort with an agreement between two state agencies to target pine forests in the state's six "bobwhite focus areas" to create habitat for bobwhites and other wildlife, while improving commercial timber value