Feds give Nez Perce $200,000 for Introducing Condors to Hells Canyon

  http://www.spokesman.com/blogs/outdoors/2016/mar/31/feds-give-nez-perce-200000-introducing-condors-hells-canyon/ ENDANGERED SPECIES — Idaho’s Nez Perce Tribe as been awarded a $200,000 federal grant to pursue reintroducing the California condor in Hells Canyon. Based on California’s example, the use of lead ammunition for hunting is a potential issue in a swath of Idaho, Oregon and Washington. The Nez Perce grant is a share … More Feds give Nez Perce $200,000 for Introducing Condors to Hells Canyon

Sea Shepherd Drone Captures Night Video of Totoaba Poachers

LiveOutdoors.com by Robert Deen Poachers working Mexico’s Sea of Cortez at night got a shock when they were buzzed by an environmental group’s quadcopter drone, equipped with a FLIR thermal night vision camera. The video shows the poachers panicking, abandoning their illegal gillnet and fleeing at high speed in a panga. The crew of the … More Sea Shepherd Drone Captures Night Video of Totoaba Poachers

Should Anglers Worry About the Zika Virus?

Bass Angler Magazine Summer means fishing, and that means putting up with mosquitoes. The government is sounding the alarm that mosquitoes could rapidly spread the dangerous Zika Virus as it moves north from countries south of the border — where it is already causing major problems. How worried should you be? “Most of what we’ve … More Should Anglers Worry About the Zika Virus?