Wildlife

NM needs $9 million to access federal wildlife restoration funds

NM needs $9 million to access federal wildlife restoration funds

New Mexico would need $9 million each year to access funds to preserve endangered species and plants and prevent federal restrictions on land access. U.S. Senator Martin Heinrich (D-NM) last year introduced the Restoring America’s Wildlife Act (RAWA) to allocate $1.4 billion a year to state and indigenous wildlife management agencies to restore habitats and …

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Felicia Znajda continues the family tradition of fish and wildlife law enforcement as MNR's newest conservation officer

Felicia Znajda continues the family tradition of fish and wildlife law enforcement as MNR’s newest conservation officer

BEMIDJI – She had heard the stories of her father and grandfather – of night patrols, both pleasant and less pleasant days spent outdoors checking on hunters and fishermen, and occasional adventures and misadventures that accompany a career in which two days are not alike. For Felicia Znajda, that was enough to steer her towards …

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Wildlife Hunting Tourism Market to See Skyrocketing Growth 2022-2028 - Digital Journal

Wildlife Hunting Tourism Market to See Skyrocketing Growth 2022-2028 – Digital Journal

A huge observation providing an assessment of the forecast on Wildlife Hunting Tourism Market has been diffused. By correlating historical statistics with key market dynamics, our analysts could make extraordinarily astute projections. The document consists of an intensive assessment of the global wildlife hunting tourism market segmented by type, application and region. Trends and opportunities …

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The Utah Division of Wildlife Resources reports that 319 wild animals have been killed illegally in the state from Aug. 1 through Friday.

319 Utah wildlife have been illegally killed since Aug. 1, officials say

The Utah Division of Wildlife Resources reports that 319 wildlife were illegally killed in the state from Aug. 1 through Friday. (Utah Division of Wildlife Resources) Estimated reading time: 3-4 minutes SALT LAKE CITY — Utah wildlife conservation officers say there has been an increase in the number of animals killed illegally ahead of the …

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Wyoming Representative Sommers Receives 2022 National Private Land Fish and Wildlife Stewardship Award

Wyoming Representative Sommers Receives 2022 National Private Land Fish and Wildlife Stewardship Award

Representative Albert Sommers, Sublette County (Dan Cepeda, Oil City) CASPER, Wyo. – Albert Sommers, Majority Floor Manager of Rancher and Wyoming House, received the 2022 National Private Land Fish and Wildlife Stewardship Award. On Monday, the Wyoming Game and Fish Department said it nominated Sommers for the national award. “Albert Sommers is an outstanding leader …

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Minnesota DNR Update: Young Deer, Fall Turkey, Walking Trails.

Minnesota DNR Update: Young Deer, Fall Turkey, Walking Trails.

A weekly list of short fish, wildlife and habitat management news stories that can be used in their entirety, as separate news items, or to start a longer article. Hunters’ walking trails provide access to public hunting in northern Minnesota The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources maintains hunter walking trails as an easy way to …

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George: Oft-maligned trophy hunting is actually the key to conservation

George: Oft-maligned trophy hunting is actually the key to conservation

This is an opinion piece written by Bart George, a wildlife biologist and hunter in northeast Washington. For another perspective, read “Trophy Hunting Drives Out Would-Be Hunters,” by professor and author Paul Lindholdt. When it comes to wildlife management and hunting, I can’t get poetic and quote Shakespeare or ponder philosophical puzzles while drawing abstract …

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Going Elsewhere with People: Meet Rathika Ramasamy, India's First Female Wildlife Photographer

Going Elsewhere with People: Meet Rathika Ramasamy, India’s First Female Wildlife Photographer

In a male-dominated industry, Rathika Ramasamy is leading the charge as India’s first female wildlife photographer. Whether it’s battling tough situations in the jungle or choosing his favorite destinations for wildlife photography, the intrepid photographer puts up with it all to Travel + Leisure India & South Asia. By PayJain Excerpts from the interview with …

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