Wildlife officials say Montana had about 900 wolves in 2017, the 13th consecutive year the state exceeded its recovery goal
Police said they had no choice because the bear was in a residential area.
The Klamath Tribes are suing federal regulators claiming they failed to keep a southern Oregon lake full enough to ensure the survival of sucker fish
A central Montana rancher shot a wolf-like animal after it was spotted in a pasture with livestock, but a closer look prompted state wildlife officials to take DNA samples to determine what type of animal it was
Southern California authorities have taken a step toward squashing agricultural thefts plaguing the Coachella Valley farming communities of Thermal, Mecca and Oasis
Environmentalists and Native American groups sued to stop the line.
Officials say the existence of the two southernmost populations of woodland caribou is in danger
A semi-truck made in Washington state dumped about 40,000 pounds (more than 18,000 kilograms) of chicken feathers across Interstate 5.
Driving the widespread flooding is a combination of rainfall and melting snow.
About 700 grizzlies now inhabit the region surrounding Yellowstone and Grand Teton, up from 136 in 1975.
The prospect of an escalating trade war has shaken financial markets and alarmed business leaders.
Farmers, ranchers and water planners are bracing for a much different situation than just a year ago.
Honey production in North Dakota last year was down 11 percent from 2016, but the state still led the nation in production for a 14th straight year
Population growth in Oregon has brought more humans into contact with the big cats.