Endangered species known only from captured individuals seen in wild for first time

The extremely rare Long-whiskered Owlet (Xenoglaux loweryi), a species that wasn't discovered until 1976, and until now was only known from a few specimens captured in nets after dark, has been seen in the wild for the first time by researchers monitoring

American Hunters and Anglers Support House Push to Expand Conservation Tax Incentives

WASHINGTON - The Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership (TRCP) today indicated its support for the strategies contained in bi-partisan legislation introduced this week by Congressmen Mike Thompson of California and Dave Camp of California. Their measure,

First Annual Wasatch Fly Tying & Fly Fishing Expo

Dear Fellow Fly Fishing and Outdoor Enthusiast, The Stonefly Society and Cache Valley Anglers, chapters of Utah Trout Unlimited, are pleased to announce the First Annual Wasatch Fly Tying & Fly Fishing Expo. The Expo will be held Saturday, May 19th, 2007 at

Flows on the Upper Delaware

FRIENDS OF THE UPPER DELAWARE RIVER The world famous upper Delaware River, and its equally renowned West Branch, is the largest remaining wild trout river left in the Northeast. It is, however, also much more than that. It is a dynamic tourism and economic engine

Jay Hammond State Game Refuge?

A Bill to Create a Refuge in Bristol Bay Representative Gary Stevens (R-Kodiak) recently introduced SB 67, the Jay Hammond State Game Refuge Bill, which seeks to provide adequate protection of fish and wildlife habitat for 6 million acres of land in the Bristol


LAS CRUCES -- This summer, the Department of Game and Fish and several partners will take the first steps in an ambitious 10- to 15-year project to restore pure-strain native Rio Grande cutthroat trout to about 125 miles of streams and 20 lakes in the species'