USFWS

Alaska’s ability to manage fish, wildlife restored On April 3, President Donald Trump signed House Joint Resolution 69, which officially nullified a U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service rule restricting Alaska’s ability to manage fish and wildlife on National Wildlife Refuges.

Lead ban includes traditional ammo and fishing sinkers In his final act as director of U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Dan Ashe banned lead ammunition and fishing sinkers on most federal lands. The National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF), condemned Ashe’s

Jaguar captured on trail cam at Army base A second jaguar may have been recorded living in the United States. The Arizona Game and Fish Department and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service recently received a photograph of a jaguar taken

Thanks to the Pittman-Robertson & Dingell-Johnson Restoration Acts, the USFWS distributed $1.1 Billion to Texas State Wildlife Agencies for use in conservation.

The USFWS is reopening for fourteen days the public comment period on the proposed special rule dealing with the lesser prairie-chicken conservation plan.

The USFWS announced the opening of a Detroit refuge to migratory bird, upland game and big game hunting and expanded hunting activities at wildlife refuges.