North Dakota's Game and Fish Department is offering license refunds to more than 9,000 deer hunters due to an outbreak of disease in western North Dakota.
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An unidentified hiker reportedly injured on Old Rag Mountain on Friday could not be airlifted for medical treatment until the sun came up yesterday morning, the Rappahannock News reports.
A Nebraska outfitter has been sentenced to federal prison for a scheme in which at least 97 game animals were illegally killed.
Billings residents woke up Saturday morning to see the first snow of the season for 2020.
The baby's mouth was full of mud and it was covered in burrs. Staff also said it appeared to be extremely lethargic.
The prospect for lifting more mandatory evacuations increases as fire lines are strengthened.
Morrow-Grant County OHV Park is offering opportunities for youth hunting.
The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife recently became aware that the MyODFW app will not open on iPhones or iPads when the device is out of cell service or in airplane mode — users will g…
The most important points 10-year-old Alexis Anderton of Prairie City said she learned during a recent hunter education course was to “keep your gun pointed in a safe direction, and treat ever…