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Howard Vincent Announces 2023 Retirement

National Board of Directors has hired Cohen Taylor to lead Executive Search St. Paul, Minn. – March 31, 2022 – Howard Vincent, Pheasants Forever and Quail Forever’s president & CEO since 2000, has announced plans to retire following National Pheasant Fest & … Continue reading

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Dread fungus puts bat closer to extinction 03/22/2022 01:31 PM EDT By Michael Doyle with Greenwire Ravaged by the deadly white-nose syndrome, the northern long-eared bat now requires heightened federal protection as an endangered species, the Fish and Wildlife Service … Continue reading

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Wholesale Fish Dealer Convicted In Wisconsin’s Invasive Carp Case

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: March 10, 2022 Contact: Lt. Robert Stroess, DNR Administrative Warden robert.stroess@wisconsin.gov or 920-901-1361 Joanne Haas, DNR Division of Public Safety and Resource Protection joanne.haas@wisconsin.gov or 608-209-8147 Public Tip Started DNR Warden Investigation In 2018 Invasive carp can destroy habitats of … Continue reading

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Judge restores protections for gray wolves across much of US

by MATTHEW BROWN and JOHN FLESHER, Associated PressThursday, February 10th 2022 Gray wolves (Wisconsin DNR photo/Herbert Lange) BILLINGS, Mont (AP) — A judge restored federal protections for gray wolves across much of the U.S. on Thursday, after their removal in the waning … Continue reading

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Monarch butterfly conservation efforts improve. Are they enough?

By Michael Doyle | 01/06/2022 01:25 PM EST Monarch butterflies are having a moment — in court, on Capitol Hill and across the countryside. Some migrating populations are up from 2020’s devastating lows. Congress is kicking in more money. Endangered Species Act … Continue reading

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