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Got 6 Hours and Want to Celebrate Conservation?

Did you know Dallas is only a 6-hour drive to America’s Best New Attraction? Johnny Morris’ Wonders of Wildlife National Museum & Aquarium (WOW) in Springfield, Mo., voted by USA TODAY readers as the number one best new attraction in the country, is a brand-new aquarium and museum that has WOW’ed families and guests since [...]

By |March 8th, 2018|From the DSC Newsroom, North American Wildlife Conservation Model, Wildlife Conservation|Comments Off on Got 6 Hours and Want to Celebrate Conservation?

New Collaboration to Benefit Big Game

From the U.S. Department of the Interior With a new order from U.S. Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke signed earlier this month, antelope, elk and mule deer will see habitat quality and migration corridors improved. The order also calls for improved collaboration with states and private landowners and facilitates all by using the best [...]

By |February 26th, 2018|Conservation in Action, North American Wildlife Conservation Model, Wildlife Conservation|Comments Off on New Collaboration to Benefit Big Game

Grizzly Reunion Brings Both Hope and New Challenges

The Greater Yellowstone ecosystem now boasts a healthy population of over 700 grizzly bears, which is a steady improvement from the population of 150 that warranted official endangered status in 1975. However, new growth brings new challenges. While the number of individuals has increased in the Yellowstone area, the gene pool remains limited. Genetic diversity [...]

By |November 13th, 2017|Conservation in Action, North American Wildlife Conservation Model, Wildlife Conservation|Comments Off on Grizzly Reunion Brings Both Hope and New Challenges

Good News: Investing in Conservation Makes a Difference

Conservation news can be depressing with yet another new species heading toward extinction seemingly every week. Does any of the money and effort for biodiversity actually save anything? The short answer is yes. A recent study published in Nature verified that biodiversity was threatened less in countries that spent more money on conservation efforts. For [...]

By |November 3rd, 2017|Conservation in Action, From the DSC Newsroom, North American Wildlife Conservation Model|Comments Off on Good News: Investing in Conservation Makes a Difference

DSC Supports EPA Action To Rescind Pebble Veto Due To New Mine Plan

DSC agrees with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) settlement with the Pebble Partnership that rescinds its 2014 “Proposed Determination.” This step will not guarantee or prejudge a particular outcome, but allows the operator of the mine to present a plan to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and undergo a rigorous environmental, economic and [...]

By |November 1st, 2017|Conservation in Action, From the DSC Newsroom, North American Wildlife Conservation Model, Pebble Mine, Press Release|Comments Off on DSC Supports EPA Action To Rescind Pebble Veto Due To New Mine Plan

North American Hunt Recap

As November begins, many hunting seasons remain open or are set to open soon. In the meantime, here’s how some seasons have already fared across North America. Tennessee Hunters in Tennessee took eight bull elks in October, setting a record single-season harvest. Both the number of permits and the length of hunts were increased for [...]

By |October 30th, 2017|Hunting, North American Wildlife Conservation Model, We Hunt For Life|Comments Off on North American Hunt Recap

National Survey Highlights Significance of Hunting, Fishing

In 2016, 101.6 million Americans age 16 and older enjoyed some form of fishing, hunting or wildlife-associated recreation. That's 40 percent of the U.S. population. The economic contribution of those activities was $156.3 billion. That's 1 percent of GDP. In other words, one out of every 100 dollars produced from U.S.-made goods and services was [...]

By |September 20th, 2017|Conservation in Action, Hunting, News, North American Wildlife Conservation Model|Comments Off on National Survey Highlights Significance of Hunting, Fishing

New Solution to Save Caribou: Hunt More Moose

The woodland caribou population in southern British Columbia is declining, but scientists from the University of British Columbia and the University of Alberta have discovered a way to stabilize the population: hunt more moose. The increasing moose and white-tailed deer populations have contributed to the decline of caribou. All three of these species share a [...]

By |September 1st, 2017|Conservation in Action, From the DSC Newsroom, Hunting, North American Wildlife Conservation Model|Comments Off on New Solution to Save Caribou: Hunt More Moose

Department of Interior Making Moves To Protect Hunting, Wildlife

U.S. Secretary of the Interior Ryan Zinke recently illustrated his commitment to preserving hunting heritage for generations to come. He declared his pursuit of expanding access to hunting and fishing as one of his top priorities. By increasing opportunities for families to enjoy public waters and lands, Zinke believes he is also maximizing the opportunity [...]

By |August 16th, 2017|From the DSC Newsroom, Hunting, North American Wildlife Conservation Model|Comments Off on Department of Interior Making Moves To Protect Hunting, Wildlife