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
Arm yourself with the facts – learn to be pro-active in explaining the many ecological, social, and financial benefits of sport hunting. Most people are neutral on hunting, but no longer understand it and often have preconceived and incorrect views about what we do. Here’s how to engage non-hunters in diplomatic, calm and factual discussions of the modern reality of hunting.
Sustainable, selective, ethical trophy hunting is the most powerful wildlife conservation tool of our time. The facts and science are on our side – here’s why! Hurry and register for this important seminar while there are still openings available!
Dries Bronner of Jamy Traut Safaris in Namibia discusses the importance of conserving the white rhino and what this professional hunting outfit is doing about it.
The Wyoming Game and Fish Commission will take public comment and review the draft Grizzly Bear Management Plan and the draft three-state Memorandum of Agreement at its special meeting on May 11, 2016 in Casper. The draft proposals outline how Wyoming would manage grizzly bears when they come off of the endangered species list. This follows a public comment period. Continue reading Wyoming Game And Fish Commission To Review Post-Delisting Grizzly Bear Management Proposal At Special Meeting Next Week