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NY DEC Releases Spruce Grouse Recovery Plan

NY DEC Releases Spruce Grouse Recovery Plan

Plan Would Help Restore Endangered Bird Population   The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) adopted a Spruce Grouse Recovery Plan to enhance and restore spruce grouse populations in New York State, DEC Commissioner Joe Martens announced today. The final Spruce Grouse Recovery Plan is now available on DEC’s website….


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Learn About Off-Highway Vehicle Trail Grants at Upcoming Meetings

Grant applications due by Dec. 15 The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) Parks and Trails Division scheduled a series of meetings to provide information about the off-highway vehicle (OHV) grant-in-aid (GIA) program. These meetings are intended for groups with an active interest in all-terrain vehicles (ATV), off-road vehicles (ORV)…


Wild Turkey Successfully Released Back Into the Wild in California

The Department of Fish and Game (DFG) and UC Davis worked together to capture, treat and release a wild turkey that captured residents’ imagination this week. Two DFGemployees, Warden Patrick Foy andDFGWildlife Veterinarian Ben Gonzales captured an elusive wild turkey that was shot with an arrow and had been living…


Welcome migratory songbirds to your yard

Nothing says spring like the sweet sounds of songbirds. As warmer temperatures begin to arrive, so do the many familiar sounds of spring, including the songs of returning migrant birds. After a long winter and tiring migration, our feathered friends need a welcoming haven to come back to. How can…


Michigan Bird Conservation Initiative to Hold Fifth Annual Ornithological Congress in Petoskey April 6-9

The fifth annual Ornithological Congress of the Michigan Bird Conservation Initiative will be held at North Central Michigan College in Petoskey, starting Wednesday, April 6, through Saturday, April 9. The Congress is being held jointly with the Michigan Chapter of the American Fisheries Society and the Michigan Chapter of The…


NREC Division of Fish and Wildlife seeks volunteers to monitor frog calling

Orientation meeting set for March 10 at the St. Jones Reserve in Dover DOVER (March 7, 2011) – The sound of frogs calling in the night is more than just a sign of spring’s arrival. Frog calls can also be an important way to determine where different species live and…


NY DEC Announces Exam for Falconry Apprentice

Exam Slated for April 22; Applications Due April 1 The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) announced today that the examination for individuals seeking an apprentice license to practice the sport of falconry has been scheduled for Friday, April 22, 2011 from 10:00 a.m. to noon at DEC…


Voyageurs National Park February 23, 2011 Winter Ice and Trails Report

Snowmobiling conditions in Voyageurs National Park along staked trails are in very good condition with portages groomed on a weekly basis. With the recent temperature changes the snow on the lake surfaces has settled eliminating the previous slush conditions. Some rough conditions exist along the trails so travelers should continue…


Lake Dubonnet Trail Camp Temporarily Closed

The Department of Natural Resources and Environment announced today that Lake Dubonnet Trail Camp in Grand Traverse County is temporarily closed until mid-April 2010. This temporary closure is due to the removal of numerous diseased red oak trees. Heavy equipment will be working in and around the trail camp, and…


Find Wildlife Hidden in Your Yard

10/29/2009 – When you look out the window, you probably see trees, bushes and sometimes birds eating wild seeds or berries. But what if you go outside and look about? Do you see ants crawling on the ground? Maybe a butterfly sitting on a flower? Did you know there are…