by: Charlie Mize, RGS & AWS Public Lands Wildlife Forester – Southwest Virginia There it went, exploding out of the rhododendron and beelining for refuge in the next holler, the […]
The South Red Bird Wildlife Habitat Enhancement Project is the area of focus within the Daniel Boone National Forest (KY), where RGS & AWS will be targeting the work. More than 950 acres are slated for habitat improvements through this project over the next 3 years.
RGS &AWS will lead implementation of a forest wildlife habitat project in Ottawa National Forest in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan
Nate Kennedy & Todd Waldron were recently guests on the Pertnear Outdoors Podcast. Both are prominent figures in the NY conservation scene and passionate about leaving this place better than […]
January 10, 2022 – The Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) announced that the Shawnee State Forest in southeast Ohio will expand by 1,252 acres after a recent land acquisition. […]
Cover image: Ruffed Grouse by Angelica Wisenbarger In December of 2021, RGS, American Bird Conservancy, and Audubon Mid-Atlantic announced our new partnership with Domtar, a leading paper manufacturer with a […]
Ruffed grouse are a state-endangered species and are in need of young forest habitat to survive. Watch the video: https://youtu.be/XFADqj6wF5Y Recently the Indiana Chapter of the Ruffed Grouse Society in […]
In the mountains of West Virginia, three agencies are setting an example by joining forces to benefit upland birds and aquatic species. A podcast on Project Upland by Jacob Lam, […]
Forest Conservation Director Jon Steigerwaldt and Forest Wildlife Specialist Jared Elm once again join Nick Larson on the Project Upland Podcast. This time from the field in beautiful barrens habitat with RGS/AWS member Simon Tiedge to discuss ruffed grouse, sharp-tail grouse, dog training, shotguns, and more.
During a recent trip to Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin for the recent Upper Great Lakes Ruffed Grouse Symposium (sponsored by RGS and the Wildlife Society) RGS staff and members caught up talking about ruffed grouse, timberdoodles and timber markets.