Nebraska Hunters and Anglers Now Have More Opportunities Thanks to Final Fish and Wildlife Service Rule Expanding Sporting Access on Refuges and Hatcheries

Since day one, the Trump administration has prioritized recreational access to public lands, particularly for hunting and fishing. These two great American pastimes have formed the bedrock of the nation’s wildlife conservation efforts, generating more dollars for habitat protection and restoration than any other outdoor pursuit. Today, the Department of the Interior’s U.S. Fish and… Continue reading Nebraska Hunters and Anglers Now Have More Opportunities Thanks to Final Fish and Wildlife Service Rule Expanding Sporting Access on Refuges and Hatcheries

Increased Hunting and Fishing Opportunities Proposed for Five National Wildlife Refuges in Nebraska

Turkeys at Fort Niobrara National Wildlife Refuge. Photo: Brandon Jones/USFWS.

Today the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (Service) announced proposals to increase public access through new or expanded hunting and sport fishing opportunities at five national wildlife refuges in Nebraska. Hunting and fishing programs are administered to ensure sustainable wildlife populations on refuge lands where these activities are compatible with the refuge’s management goals and other recreational activities.  In Nebraska, the Service proposes… Continue reading Increased Hunting and Fishing Opportunities Proposed for Five National Wildlife Refuges in Nebraska