- Feds set aside habitat in Southwest for jaguar Updated: Mar-04-14 4:57 pm
- $5,000 reward for information in killing of eagle Updated: Feb-27-14 12:23 pm
- Watertown man gets 2-year hunting ban Updated: Feb-26-14 5:20 am
- Feds: Small Ore., Calif. fish no longer endangered Updated: Feb-12-14 4:31 pm
- US to crack down on ivory to protect elephants Updated: Feb-11-14 5:42 pm
- NC groups' case targets coyote hunt, red wolf risk Updated: Feb-11-14 5:08 pm
ALBUQUERQUE, New Mexico - Federal wildlife officials Tuesday set aside nearly 1,200 square miles along the U.S.-Mexico border as habitat essential for the conservation of the jaguar, a species that hasn't been spotted in New Mexico in eight years and one that has made only fleeting appearances on wildlife cameras in Arizona's Santa Rita Mountains.
LITTLE ROCK, Arkansas - A $5,000 reward is being offered for information leading to the person or persons who killed a bald eagle in western Arkansas.
WATERTOWN, South Dakota - A 53-year-old Watertown man will not be allowed to hunt or guide for two years for the unlawful taking of migratory birds and Lacey Act Violations.
GRANTS PASS, Oregon - A small fish found in desert creeks of Southern Oregon and Northern California has recovered enough to get off the endangered species list, federal biologists said Wednesday.
WASHINGTON - The United States is cracking down on the sale and purchase of ivory in hopes of curbing a surge in illicit poaching that's threatening to wipe out elephants and other species in Africa.
RALEIGH, North Carolina - A federal judge is considering whether to block hunters from targeting coyotes in five North Carolina counties where endangered red wolves are being shot and killed by mistake.