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I’m not much of a “joiner,” but I do belong to a couple conservation-minded organizations. It has become obvious to me that one of...

A recent discovery put me in a turkey state of mind. While on my knees photographing wildflowers, I noticed a bone a few feet...

The birding world turns its attention to southern West Virginia next week. The 10th annual New River Birding and Nature Festival kicks off May...

If the name Al Kisamore rings a bell, it ought to. Often called big Al, we are referring to a very active grandfather who...

Wondering which hunting activities top the most popular list? That’s easy. Whitetail deer, wild turkey, and coyote. Coyote hunting Well, ranking coyote hunting even close to...

SOUTH CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- West Virginia hunters harvested 2,007 black bears during the combined 2011 archery and firearms seasons, according to Paul Johansen, assistant chief in charge of game management for the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources.

Past Michigan walleye pro and now full-time walleye fishing educator Lance Valentine is coming to Ohio and calling class to order next weekend. His class, titled Walleye Fishing 101, will be offered Feb. 4 at Ravenna Marine.

Twelve names to remember when it comes to those who would rather all hunting, trapping and for that matter, sound wildlife management strategies, be stopped, include the Humane Society of the United States and People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA).

SOUTH CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- The new Senior Lifetime Hunting, Trapping and Fishing License, which becomes effective Jan. 1, 2012, is now available for purchase, according to DNR Director Frank Jezioro.

It's show time, a sure sign that winter is on the slide, daylight is returning, and a new year of outdoor sports will emerge from its snow covered den eventually.