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The California and Nevada Region of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Awards $2.1 Million in Conservation Grants

The California and Nevada Region of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has awarded $2,101,027 to the California Department of Fish and Game, Nevada Division of Forestry and Nevada Department of Wildlife under Section 6 of the Endangered Species Act for conservation projects that protect candidate, proposed or listed species….


A Nevada Ladies Day in the Outdoors

The Las Vegas chapter of the National Wild Turkey Federation and the Nevada Department of Wildlife are hosting a special outdoor event just for the ladies, and there is still room for those women with an adventurous heart. The “Women in the Outdoors” workshop is scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 4,…


Duck Hunters Are Boaters Too

Many duck hunters don’t see themselves as boaters because they generally use their boat simply as the means to get to and from their hunting spot. After all it’s not like they are towing skiers or an inner tube full of kids around the lake, but nothing could be further…


Free Workshops for Beginning Upland Game and Waterfowl Hunters Offered in Nevada

Waterfowl and upland game species like chukar and quail provide many opportunities for a hunt close to home in Nevada. Beginners can learn practical skills and tips at workshops to be held this Thursday, September 25 beginning at 5:45 the new Sportsman’s Warehouse in Henderson. The Nevada Department of Wildlife…


Watching Bighorn Sheep in Nevada – From A Distance

Wildlife watching is fast becoming a popular, low-cost outdoor sport, and an increasing number of people want to know where they can go to have a good chance of seeing wild animals. In Southern Nevada, one the most popular animals for wildlife watchers is the desert bighorn sheep — Nevada’s…


Free Fly-tying Workship Offered Through NDOW

Want to tie your own flies? The Nevada Department of Wildlife will be holding a free fly-tying workshop at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, September 9. This hands-on, entry-level course will teach participants the basics of tying fishing flies. Students will learn what equipment, materials, and techniques are needed to create fishing…


Shooting Space Still Available at Range Day at the Desert Sportsman’s Rifle & Pistol Club

Hunters looking for a place to sight-in their firearms before the upcoming big game seasons are in luck. There is still space available at the Nevada Department of Wildlife (NDOW) Range Day slated for Saturday, Sept. 6 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Desert Sportsman’s Rifle & Pistol…


NDOW Begins Long Restoration Process at Oxbow

When it comes to the history of the Oxbow Nature Study Area (ONSA), Nevada Department of Wildlife conservation and wildlife educator Aaron Keller knows his stuff. He should, Keller has been the main NDOW representative for the past two years, maintaining the center and running daily tours for school children….


Nevada Upland Game, Furbearer and Turkey Seasons Set

The Nevada Board of Wildlife Commissioners set the dates for upland game, furbearer and wild turkey seasons at their June 27-28 meeting. The upland game season will officially begin with the opening of snowcock, crow, blue and ruffed grouse and dove on September 1. These hunts are all open to…


Angel Lake Kids Fishing Derby

If you’re looking to cool off in July, then bring your children to the Angel Lake Kids Fishing Derby at Angel Lake, just outside of Wells on Saturday, July 19. This derby is for kids 15 and under and is sponsored by the US Forest Service (USFS), Wells Rural Electric…