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Black Bears, Other Wildlife Begin Preparing for Winter Hibernation

SPOONER, Wis. – As temperatures drop and snow flurries begin to fly in November, some Wisconsin wildlife animals begin looking for spots where they can avoid the cold by either hibernating or enter a long winter’s sleep. State wildlife officials say that there are generally two kinds of winter sleepers:…


Dusky (blue) Grouse Range Expanded to Mogollon Rim by Arizona Game and Fish

Chicken-sized bird offers upland hunters and bird-watchers a unique opportunity PHOENIX —  The dusky “blue” grouse’s population and range are increasing in Arizona due to recent translocation efforts by the Arizona Game and Fish Department to offer upland hunters, bird watchers, and outdoor recreationists another area to enjoy this unique…


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…


New Wildlife Viewing Website Includes “How To’s” and “Places To Go” In Arizona

What better way to spend a weekend than to get out and explore Arizona’s scenic beauty and natural treasures? Arizona is home to more than 900 animal species and 50 million public acres of natural land, making it an ideal destination. Now there is a Web site that provides wildlife…


Commission to Unveil Handicapped Hunting Lifts

RALEIGH, N.C. – Disabled hunters and sportsmen will soon get a birds-eye view of deer and other wildlife, thanks to a unique partnership between the North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission and the North Carolina Handicapped Sportsmen. The two have partnered to purchase ten Huntmaster hydraulic lifts that will allow handicapped…


Public Recreation in Riparian Areas Closed Due to Fire Danger at Sevilleta National Wildlife Refuge

From April 22 – May 5, certain areas at Sevilleta National Wildlife Refuge will be closed to public recreation due to extreme fire danger.  Specifically, units A, B, C, and D are affected by the closure.   Units A-D are bosque areas along the Rio Grande that are home to…