by Stefan Nelson, RGS & AWS Forest Wildlife Specialist The Upper Great Lakes states have three species of native cherries, all belonging to the Prunus genus and the Rosaceae family […]
A primer for those curious about ecological issues impacting the Northeastern Region of the U.S.
The need for increased timber management on the George Washington and Thomas Jefferson National Forests is at an all-time high.
Gordon Gullion played an integral role in the study of ruffed grouse as well as the history of the Ruffed Grouse Society. People tend to take scientific discoveries for granted. […]
Join Mark Norquist, host of the Modern Carnivore Podcast, for an interview with RGS & AWS President and CEO, Ben Jones. LISTEN | Modern Carnivore Podcast – Episode #15 About […]
An update on West Nile Virus in Ruffed Grouse and a test kit how-to video. The second-year results for the Great Lake states’ collaborative West Nile Virus (WNV) study are […]
Upper Great Lakes Ruffed Grouse Symposium On February 25, 2020, Wisconsin hosted an Upper Midwest Ruffed Grouse Symposium. This event was geared towards professional wildlife biologists, foresters, and researchers managing […]
Ben Jones speaks with Bob St. Pierre on an episode of On The Wing Podcast. During a trip to National Pheasant Fest and Quail Classic, RGS/AWS President and CEO, Ben […]
Tune in to The Hunting Dog Podcast | Grouse Update featuring Heather Shaw In December, Ruffed Grouse Society and American Woodcock Society biologist Heather Shaw was featured on an episode […]
State of Wisconsin approves first ever Ruffed Grouse Management Plan Earlier this month, the Wisconsin Natural Resources Board (NRB) voted to approve the states very first ruffed grouse management plan. The […]