The long-term decline of bobwhite quail populations has prompted the Indiana Department of Natural Resources to adjust the 2008 season dates, hunting hours and bag limits at seven state Fish and Wildlife areas (FWAs). In northwest Indiana, quail hunting will be allowed at Jasper-Pulaski, Willow Slough
A report released yesterday by the Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership critiques a proposed plan for managing national forest roadless areas in Colorado and features frank testimonials from Colorado sportsmen affirming the backcountry's vital role in hunting and fishing. "Backcountry Bounty:
Follow the migration like never before
The Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership welcomed Friday's announcement by Secretary of Agriculture Ed Schafer that up to 7 million acres of land enrolled in the Conservation Reserve Program would be made eligible for increased incentives if landowners allow public hunting and fishing access on
The Ruffed Grouse Society (RGS) recently announced the kickoff of a $5 million Restoring Upland Forests' Future (RUFF) capital campaign that would fully endow its biologists within two years. The announcement said the RUFF campaign will be remembered as one of the most important fundraising campaigns
At last month’s Vintage Cup World Side-by-Side Championship in Queenstown, Maryland, the event was abuzz with questions about the November/December issue of Shooting Sportsman magazine. Wing-shooting aficionados all knew it was news that the 20-year-old magazine had put a woman on its cover for
Twenty-one projects in 20 states to establish bobwhite quail habitat The new State Acres For wildlife Enhancement (SAFE) program, part of the ongoing continuous sign-up for the Conservation Reserve Program (CRP), allocates over 135,000 acres in 20 states aimed at establishing habitat for bobwhite quail.
On Monday, Sept. 15, an op-ed piece appeared in the Washington Post with the byline of Steve Sanetti, president of the National Shooting Sports Foundation. It was entitled "Hunter Green" and made the case in a clear and compelling way that hunters are and always have been the true "Greenies."
Researchers with the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) captured and radio-marked forty-seven Florida mottled duck females earlier this month. This marks the beginning of a three-year project funded in part by Ducks Unlimited, Inc. "Ducks Unlimited is proud to support this research
Chicken-sized bird offers upland hunters and bird-watchers a unique opportunity PHOENIX - The dusky "blue" grouse's population and range are increasing in Arizona due to recent translocation efforts by the Arizona Game and Fish Department to offer upland hunters, bird watchers, and outdoor