Category Archives: Conservation

A Sheep On Every Mountain


AZ Game & Fish Commission Chairman, Edward “Pat” Madden (center), AZ Game & Fish Commissioner Eric Sparks (right) and Special Assistant to the Director, Kent Komadina (left)

It’s before dawn and four of us are in a truck bouncing along a potholed road headed out to a remote location for a hunt. The atmosphere is friendly, good-natured ribbing and talk of past successes and failures in the field. It’s deer season in Arizona and scenes Continue reading A Sheep On Every Mountain

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DNR Staff And Landowners Work Together Through The Southwest Wisconsin CWD, Deer And Predator Study


While inconsistent weather has provided challenges, a Department of Natural Resources Southwest Wisconsin Chronic Wasting Disease, Deer and Predator Study is underway with help from a number of partners and landowners. Continue reading DNR Staff And Landowners Work Together Through The Southwest Wisconsin CWD, Deer And Predator Study

Bighorn Sheep Tracking Effort Sets Sights On Future Lambs


The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission recently got up-close and personal with 20 bighorn sheep ewes in an effort to track their future offspring. The goal is to get a handle on the species’ population struggles in the Pine Ridge area of northwestern Nebraska. Continue reading Bighorn Sheep Tracking Effort Sets Sights On Future Lambs

SCI Recognizes Waterfowl & Upland Game Bird Conservationists


With more than 45,000 international members, SCI is a global leader in protecting the freedom to hunt and promoting wildlife conservation worldwide. Since its formation 45 years ago, SCI has Continue reading SCI Recognizes Waterfowl & Upland Game Bird Conservationists