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  • 74th "North American" Announced

    “Refining the Relevance of Resource Management” will be the theme for the 74th North American Wildlife and Natural Resources Conference, which will be held March 17 through 21, 2009, at the Crystal Gateway Marriott, in Arlington, Virginia....
  • CRP Provision of Farm Bill Starting to Look Like Mr. Bill

    Under increasing pressure from agricultural interests to address rising food prices, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) appears to be considering allowing a penalty-free, early release of land enrolled in the Conservation Reserve Program (CRP), acc...
  • Caution Flag Raised for Proposed Motor Sports Park in Alabama

    Conservation groups are hoping to cause a developer to relocate a planned Dale Earnhardt, Jr.-affiliated racetrack and Motor Sports Park on 2,600 acres near Mobile, Alabama, reports the Wildlife Management Institute.  The groups, including the Mobile Bay...
  • Western Governors to Focus on Wildlife Corridors

    At the annual meeting of the Western Governors Association (WGA), in Jackson, Wyoming, at the end of June, action was taken to preserve wildlife corridors, in the face of population growth and development, reports the Wildlife Management Institute.  The ...
  • For Gray Wolf, “Washington My Home”

    Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) biologists have found strong evidence of a reproducing gray wolf population along the eastern edge of the state’s northern Cascade Mountains, reports the Wildlife Management Institute.  On July 8, while...
  • States Anticipate Fall Wolf Hunts

    States in the Northern Rockies are in the process of finalizing wolf-hunting regulations after the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) removed (delisted) wolves from the endangered species list earlier this spring, reports the Wildlife Management Institu...