As a wildlife biologist for the state of West Virginia, Walter Lesser influenced important conservation projects for the Ruffed Grouse and many other species over his long career.
In 2006 a small group of Dallas quail hunters launched a fundraiser that has earned millions for quail research and become a force in the conservation community.
The 2018 Farm Bill is already being worked on, and sportsmen need to make their voices heard in order to ensure that it contains strong conservation programs.
This montage of a day of grouse shooting at Swinton Park captures the look and feel of a shooting day.
Stephen Reynolds, a longtime Ducks Unlimited volunteer and former national secretary for the organization, invited his son-in-law and grandsons to his duck camp…
Mark Fouts, the director of Member Relations & Outreach for the Ruffed Grouse Society, shares his passion for the RGS new hunter mentor…
By some estimates, quail numbers in Texas have recently rebounded from all-time lows to once-in-a-lifetime abundance. Because of the thrill and the rich cultural…
Ducks Unlimited’s latest video visits Mike Hruby, a DU volunteer, donor and decoy carver from Texas.
The National Wildlife Federation is working with Youth Job Corps in Montana to protect greater sage grouse populations. By marking miles of fence, NWF is helping to improve existing ranching infrastructure, making fence safer for sage grouse and other species that inhabit the sage-steppe grasslands of Montana. Watch the video.
The Project Upland series “ . . . captures the passions and traditions of the grouse woods to inspire a new generation of upland hunters,” as RGS puts it. This is good stuff — well worth watching. We can almost smell the North Woods in October . . .
Ninety-eight percent of the proceeds from sale of the Federal Duck Stamp go to the Migratory Bird Conservation Fund, which supports the purchase of migratory bird habitat for inclusion into the National Wildlife Refuge System.
We like to spread the news on gamebird-related conservation action as often as possible, and here’s a simple and gratifying way you can stay informed on efforts to protect one of our most threatened and iconic species: the sage grouse.