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  • QUWF adds Plano Synergy to National Sponsorship of Wildlife Habitat Restoration

    QUWF adds Plano Synergy to National Sponsorship of Wildlife Habitat Restoration

    "Plano Synergy Joins QUWF as National Sponsor for Wildlife Habitat Restoration" Buffalo, MO: "The battle to maintain our natural wildlife habitat is real, the effort has to be measured in results on the ground. Results in wildlife populations that are on in the woods, fields and streams must be measurable and it must truly make a difference at the local level" clarifies Craig Alderman of the Quail and Upland Wildlife Federation, Inc. (QUWF). "Finding good partners who understand the true challenge, want to see the results by putting their boots on it, are the leaders we seek to partner with over the long haul of wildlife conservation. Corporate investment in conservation must have results, be shown they are "investing" in the future of the industry by making a difference on the ground, locally, where it matters. Plano Synergy is that kind of company" Alderman states. "Their partnership, as a national QUWF sponsor, brings products to our local events directly linked to the passion and lifestyle of all outdoorsman, thereby making efforts of true wildlife habitat support a reality in dollars invested" Craig states.

  • U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Expands Hunting and Fishing Opportunities

    U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Expands Hunting and Fishing Opportunities

    In a continuing effort to increase access to hunting and fishing on public lands, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has announced a final rule to open or expand opportunities across 132,000 acres on 10 national wildlife refugesges

  • New Share with Wildlife program license plate features a Rio Grande cutthroat trout

    New Share with Wildlife program license plate features a Rio Grande cutthroat trout

    Since 1981 the Share with Wildlife program has funded wildlife research, habitat enhancement, education and rehabilitation projects around the state. Many of these projects benefit nongame species in need of conservation.

  • Wildlife Corridors at Yolo Bypass Will Help Animals Escape Flooding

    Wildlife Corridors at Yolo Bypass Will Help Animals Escape Flooding

    CDFW’s Yolo Bypass Wildlife Area serves two critical – but sometimes competing – needs. The 16,670 acres of riparian and agricultural habitat in Yolo County provide a refuge and an all-you-can-eat buffet for migratory waterfowl and resident wildlife to the west of Sacramento and the increasingly urbanized surrounding communities.

  • Grand Opening | Johnny Morris' Wonders of Wildlife National Museum & Aquarium

    Grand Opening | Johnny Morris' Wonders of Wildlife National Museum & Aquarium

    Largest most immersive wildlife conservation attraction in the world a major new destination in the heart of America

  • California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) will offer free swan tours near Marysville

    California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) will offer free swan tours near Marysville

    The California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) will offer free swan tours near Marysville on Saturdays beginning in November and extending through mid-January.

  • Do you have what it takes to be a California wildlife officer?

    Do you have what it takes to be a California wildlife officer?

    The California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) Law Enforcement Division (LED) is currently accepting applications for Wildlife Officer Cadet. CDFW is particularly interested in recruiting applicants with a love of the outdoors and a passion for fish and wildlife conservation.

  • Distribution of Funding Applauded by Association of Fish & Wildlife Agencies

    Distribution of Funding Applauded by Association of Fish & Wildlife Agencies

    The Association of Fish & Wildlife Agencies applauds Deputy Secretary Bernhardt's announcement about allocating much needed funding to state wildlife agencies and Native American and Alaskan tribes through the State Wildlife Grants (SWG) program and the Tribal Wildlife Grant (TWG) program. This funding helps address critical fish and wildlife needs by supporting species and habitats listed in approved state wildlife actions plans and encouraging key partnerships for wildlife conservation.

  • Sportfishing Industry Praises Committee Passage of HELP for Wildlife Act

    Sportfishing Industry Praises Committee Passage of HELP for Wildlife Act

    The American Sportfishing Association (ASA) today expressed support for the Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works’ (EPW) passage of S. 1514, the Hunting Heritage and Environmental Legacy Preservation Act, or HELP for Wildlife Act. The bipartisan bill, which includes a range of provisions designed to improve the management of fish, wildlife, habitat, and outdoor recreation, passed by a 14-7 margin.

  • CDFW Law Enforcement Now Hiring Wildlife Officers

    CDFW Law Enforcement Now Hiring Wildlife Officers

    Do you have what it takes to be a California wildlife officer? The California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) Law Enforcement Division (LED) is currently accepting applications for wildlife officers and cadets. CDFW is particularly interested in recruiting applicants with a love of the outdoors and a passion for fish and wildlife conservation.

  • July 2017 California Department of Fish and Wildlife Calendar

    July 2017 California Department of Fish and Wildlife Calendar

    Various Days — Bat Talk and Walk at Yolo Bypass Wildlife Area, various times, 45211 County Road 32B (Chiles Road), Davis (95618). Yolo Bypass Wildlife Area is home to approximately 250,000 Mexican free-tailed bats. From mid-June to mid-September the Yolo Basin Foundation provides a program for people to learn about bats and watch the colony fly. Reservations are required. To register, please visit www.yolobasin.org. For more information, please email cquirk@yolobasin.org.

  • Earth Day Reminder: Everything We Do Affects Wildlife

    Earth Day Reminder: Everything We Do Affects Wildlife

    Saturday, April 22 is Earth Day, a good time to remember what John Muir said so eloquently: “When we try to pick out anything by itself, we find it hitched to everything else in the universe.” That fact influences nearly everything the California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) does to manage and protect the state’s native plants, invertebrates, fish, wildlife and habitats.

  • CA Dept of Fish and Wildlife Closures

    CA Dept of Fish and Wildlife Closures

    All CDFW facilities from Sacramento north, except for Chico Office, are closed, including the Feather River Hatchery, Gray Lodge Wildlife Area, Upper Butte Wildlife Area, and all Wildlife Areas along the Sacramento River below the Confluence of the Feather River and Sacramento River and should not be attempted to visit.

  • Wildlife Forever's State-Fish Art is fishing for 2017 entries

    Wildlife Forever's State-Fish Art is fishing for 2017 entries

    The 19th annual Wildlife Forever State-Fish Art season is open to kids in Grades K-12 but ends on March 31st ... you have to enter to win!

  • February 2017 California Department of Fish and Wildlife Calendar

    February 2017 California Department of Fish and Wildlife Calendar

    California events for the month of February from the California Dept. of Fish and Wildlife.

  • Fishing Report Cards Due Soon

    Fishing Report Cards Due Soon

    The California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) reminds anglers and divers that Jan. 31, 2017 is the due date for turning in steelhead, sturgeon, abalone and north coast salmon report card data.

  • Wildlife Forever Helps Launch Innovative Boat Cleaning Stations

    Wildlife Forever Helps Launch Innovative Boat Cleaning Stations

    As aquatic invasive species continue their assault on our nation's waterways, Wildlife Forever's Clean Drain Dry Initiative™ has partnered with CD3 Station General Benefit Corporation, (Clean Drain Dry Dispose) a Minnesota based company and developer of watercraft cleaning stations. Designed to provide hands-on tools to remove invasive species from water related equipment, CD3 Stations also fully integrate with the Clean Drain Dry Initiative educational campaign.

  • 2017 Warden Stamp to Raise Funds for California Wildlife Officers

    2017 Warden Stamp to Raise Funds for California Wildlife Officers

    The 2017 Warden Stamp is now available for sale online and at California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) license sales offices statewide. The design for this year’s fundraising stamp features a white sturgeon.

  • CDFW Requests Trinity Anglers to Return Fish Tags

    CDFW Requests Trinity Anglers to Return Fish Tags

    The California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) is reminding north state Trinity River anglers to return salmon and steelhead tags in a timely manner.

  • Thanksgiving holiday special: One-day fishing/hunting combo licenses are half-price

    Thanksgiving holiday special: One-day fishing/hunting combo licenses are half-price

    Here’s a great way for residents and winter visitors to get the family and friends out and experience Arizona’s great outdoors.