It only took 45 years, but the gray wolf has recovered. After being virtually eliminated from the lower 48 states by the early part of the 20th century, the gray wolf is back – and in HUGE numbers! Through a partnership of states, tribes, conservation organizations and private landowners, the once-endangered predator is now flourishing.
The U.S. Forest Service Pacific Southwest Region has taken three national forests off the regional closure order that came into force as wildfires spread throughout California due to the incredibly inept forest management (or lack thereof) of the California state government. Inyo, Sequoia, and Sierra National Forests were removed from the list.
Bears are a big thing (literally!) in Lake Tahoe. There’s a whole section of the California Department of Fish and Wildlife website devoted to the black bear! Because they’re in the news so often up in Lake Tahoe, The CDFW has launched a new blog called “Bear Naked Truth” to provide accurate and up-to-date information […]
It’s coming up THIS SATURDAY! This is the day that hunters and fishermen have been training for all year. This is the day that brings sportsmen together across the nation to celebrate to things that makes America great.
Stuck at home due to the fake mediademic that has allowed Warden Newsom to lock down California? Looking – like I am – out the window at the orange sky as wildfires burn California’s environmentally managed lands? Here’s a cool website to visit. It can’t get the smells, but it has the visuals and the […]