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  • Wildlife-Related Recreation Report Shows Increase in Participation

    The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) released the preliminary findings for the 2011 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting and Wildlife-Associated Recreation that shows that 38 percent of Americans 16 years and older participated in wildlife recreation...
  • Widespread EHD Outbreaks Anticipated Due to Drought

    Wildlife disease experts warn that the prolonged drought affecting much of the nation will likely spur a substantial outbreak of enzootic hemorrhagic disease (EHD), reports the Wildlife Management Institute. According to experts at the University of Geo...
  • Idaho Fish and Game Engages Thousands in Wildlife Summit

    In his opening remarks to the Idaho Wildlife Summit, Governor Butch Otter enthusiastically said that every citizen in Idaho benefits from the presence of fish and wildlife in the state, and that it’s time for all Idahoans to share in both charting the c...
  • Cooperative Habitat Project Receives Prestigious Award

    The Johns River Basin in northern New Hampshire was recently recognized as a working forest project that provides an excellent example of people and organizations collaborating to support conservation and forest stewardship. In a ceremony that took place ...
  • FWS Partners for Fish & Wildlife Program Celebrates 25th Anniversary

    In late August, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s (FWS) Partners for Fish & Wildlife (Partners) program celebrated 25 years of supporting conservation on private lands, reports the Wildlife Management Institute.  The voluntary program has focu...