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The arrest of a federal Wildlife Services trapper in Arizona earlier this month on a charge of animal cruelty has sparked renewed concern about the little-known agency.
Earlier this week, the invitation on the California Department of Fish and Wildlife website read: "Yolo Wildlife Area, Davis We are offering a one day clinic on hunting predators in California. Space is limited. Cost: $45 for the cla...
Walled in by majestic snow-clad peaks, Squaw Valley USA has long been known as a mecca for downhill skiing. Now a proposal by the ski area's new owner to build a year-round luxury resort with condos, cabins, an indoor water park and other am...
Two U.S. congressmen are once again calling for a probe of a little-known federal agency called Wildlife Services, citing photos of animal abuse posted on the Internet by an agency employee.
As founder of one of the nation's largest urban wildlife damage control companies, Kevin Clark is no stranger to competition.
It's not everyday that trappers and animal lovers share the same view about federal wildlife management. But it's happening now with both sides calling for reform of a government agency called Wildlife Services.
Photos of animal abuse and suffering posted on a federal wildlife specialist's Facebook and other Web pages are stirring anger among wildlife advocates.
One after another, residents of the quiet college town of Davis stood before the City Council, expressing outrage over the recent killing of five coyotes four of them pups by a little-known branch of the U.S. Department of Agricult...
Outside the meeting room, gamblers rolled dice and slid quarters into slot machines.
Two recent documents are drawing renewed attention to the federal government's wildlife damage control program.