News and commentary on the most pressing issues concerning public lands and waters.
New research for smallies in streams and rivers could be an invaluable aid in improving fisheries
FFWC Biologists estimate the fish to weigh between 800 and 1000 pounds
Could water being pumped from a defunct phosphorus mine lead to more harmful algal blooms and fish kills on Florida's west coast?
As hibernation comes to an end, encounters with black bears are about to rise
The new report cites decades-long declines and offers framework to save the greater sage-grouse
New proposed regulations could stop the commercial and recreational harvest of striped bass for a decade from Maine to North Carolina
Back-to-back studies reveal measurable levels of insecticides in the spleens of Midwest whitetail deer, causing concern for overall deer health and fawn survival
In the face of the Pebble Mine filing for an appeal, Alaskans are asking the EPA and Congress to permanently protect the Bristol Bay watershed
Removing the Snake River dams could unlock one of the greatest salmon runs on the West Coast
Ever want to know what it takes to wrangle oversized invasive pythons? We sit down with one of the pros to find out
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