This is the website for the branch of government that is committed to conserve, protect, and enhance fish, wildlife, and plants and their environments. Users can find information about fishing, hunting, endangered species, conservation and much more.
The DOI was established in 1849 to take charge of the Nation's internal affairs. Within the DOI are the Fish and Wildlife Service, the Bureau of Land Management, the Geological Survey, the National Parks Service, and others. The web site describes the many projects and initiatives of the DOI, and some special interest links to obtaining fishing and hunting licenses and searching Indian ancestry.
Located in the Indian Ocean off the southeast coast of Africa, the country of Madagascar consists of the world's fourth largest island surrounded by a number of smaller islands. Many of Madagascar's wildlife species are endemic to these islands.
New Zealand consists of a North Island and a South Island as well as several smaller islands. Located 1,000 miles east of Australia, New Zealand features breathtaking scenery and unique wildlife species such as the kiwi bird.
The International Bowhunting Organization (IBO) was created in 1984 by a group of bowhunters who shared the desire to ensure that bowhunting and the ideals of wildlife conservation will survive, expand, and flourish to be shared, enjoyed and passed on to future generations. Soon after its founding, the IBO launched the Triple Crown of Bowhunting, consisting of three national tournaments hosted in separate states.
Recreation.gov is a gateway to America's Outdoors. It offers trip planning, information sharing, and reservations services for recreational facilities operated by government agencies such as the Army Corps of Engineers, the Forest Service, the National Park Service, the Bureau of Land Management, the Bureau of Reclamation, and the Fish and Wildlife Service. Website visitors can discover recreational opportunities in a specific area and make reservations online or by phone.
The following articles provide recent wildlife-related news.
Florida wildlife officials announced last week that 5,000 invasive Burmese pythons have been removed from the delicate Everglades ecosystem since setting up elimination programs three years ago.
Stephen Sorace. Fox News. Sunday, 02 Aug 2020 17:07:44 GMT.