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$290,000 in grants will support New England cottontail restoration in Maine and New Hampshire

The National Fish and Wildlife Foundation has awarded more than a quarter million in funding for conservation projects to bring back the New England cottontail, a rabbit native to the northeastern United States that has been considered for protection under the Endangered Species Act. The grants will support cooperative projects…


IDNR Releases Biological Stream Ratings for Diversity, Integrity, and Significance

 Stream ratings are an important tool in identifying which streams are the most biologically diverse and have a high degree of integrity SPRINGFIELD, IL – The Illinois Department of Natural Resources (IDNR) announces the release of biological stream ratings that combine, update, and enhance the two previous approaches for rating…


Rare Antelope Shot; Its Calf Dies Later

The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission’s (FWC) Wildlife Alert program and the owner of a rare desert antelope are offering a combined reward of $750 for information leading to the arrest of whoever shot and killed the addax antelope at Pheenix Farm in Putnam County. The farm owners found…


Outdoor Alabama Photo Contest Deadline October 31

Youth Encouraged to Enter  If you think you have an eye for photography and love the outdoors, then try entering the Outdoor Alabama Magazine 2009 Photo Contest. The deadline for entries is October 31, 2008. In addition to the regular categories of Birds, Scenic/Pictorial, Mammals, Nature-based Recreation, Other Wildlife, Reptiles/Amphibians,…


Open House to Discuss Proposed Management Strategy for New Wildlife Area in the Cibola Valley

Project to restore 1300-acre site back to native riparian habitat PHOENIX — The Arizona Game and Fish Department and the Bureau of Reclamation will host a public open house from 6-8 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 2, to discuss the draft cooperative management plan for restoring native riparian habitat in the…


Kids Wildlife Art Exhibit Comes to N.C. Museum of Art

RALEIGH, N.C.  – An exhibition that is truly wild is coming to the N.C. Museum of Art. The one-time exhibit “Kids Wildlife Art Competition” will open on Tuesday, Aug. 19 and close on Nov. 23. It features artwork by winners and selected honorable mention recipients from a juried contest for…


Third Annual South Dakota Bat Festival

CUSTER, S.D.–Come learn about South Dakota’s mammals of the night on Saturday, Aug. 9, at the Third Annual South Dakota Bat Festival. The Festival will begin at 6:30 p.m. at the Tatanka Theater in the Game Lodge Campground of Custer State Park.  Wildlife experts and enthusiasts will be on hand…


Bats the Focus of Events, Activities at Devil’s Den Park

WEST FORK – Do bats bother you, or do you know little about these mysterious but numerous little creatures? The upcoming Bat-O-Rama XIX on June 13-15 at Devil’s Den State Park near West Fork can greatly improve your knowledge of the flying mammals that are much into our lore as…


Bear SafetyTtips for Memorial Day Weekend

As Memorial Day weekend nears, DWR provides tips to keep you safe Doing five simple things will lessen the chance that a black bear visits your campsite this year: Don’t leave food out. Don’t scatter food scraps and other litter around your campsite or cabin area. Don’t keep food in…