The Nevada Department of Wildlife (NDOW) in conjunction with the Reno community radio station KXNV 89.1 FM announces the launch of a weekly, hour-long radio program designed to take an in-depth look at issues impacting wildlife. The program will also be available through podcast statewide at NevadaWild.org.
Having trouble finding the perfect gift for your sportsman or outdoor enthusiast. Let the Nevada Department of Wildlife help with a few holiday gift ideas.
The Ted C. Frantz Employee of the Year Award is acknowledged as the pinnacle award for all Nevada Department of Wildlife employees. The honor is to recognize significant achievements during the previous year toward the mission of the agency or the conservation, management, enhancement of wildlife in Nevada that are clearly above and beyond his or her normal duties.
After winning over 60 wildlife stamp art contests, including winning this year's Nevada Duck Stamp Art Contest, most people would probably start getting a little cocky. But Indiana wildlife artist Jeffrey Klinefelter isn't like most people.
Nevada game wardens have concluded an investigation of a poaching ring involving three suspects in several counties, spanning almost two years in a case that has netted a dozen felony charges and uncovered the illegal killing of dozens of animals.
The Nevada Department of Wildlife is seeking volunteers to participate in planting sagebrush and bitterbrush seedlings in North Western Nevada in the Bodie Hills on Friday, November 14 and Saturday, November 15 . This project is part of the restoration from the Spring Peak Fire last year. Planting seedlings will help jump start the vegetation recovery in this area and will benefit sage-grouse, mule deer, and other wildlife.
The Nevada Department of Wildlife will hold its annual volunteer sagebrush seed collection on Saturday, November 22nd starting at 9:00 AM. Even though 2014 was not a big fire year, Northern Nevada has lost millions of acres of wildlife habitat to wildfires in the last few years and seed is still needed for ongoing range rehabilitation efforts.
Game wardens at the Nevada Department of Wildlife (NDOW) are seeking the public’s help to solve the illegal killing of at least six elk, including four cows and two calves, in two different incidents in Lincoln County.
The National Association of State Boating Law Administrators (NASBLA) presented its prestigious national Boating Educator of the Year award to Edwin Lyngar with the Nevada Department of Wildlife (NDOW) during its annual conference in Bar Harbor Main, Oct. 16-19.
Nevada's young hunters will have an opportunity to hunt waterfowl by themselves during a youth-only waterfowl season scheduled for Oct. 18 on the Moapa Valley portion of the Overton Wildlife Management Area (WMA). This season is open only to hunters 15 years of age or younger, including non-residents.