Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources

123rf Stock Photo

Officials say the bald eagle population in Kentucky is continuing to grow and spread.

LBL Forest Service

There will be increased law enforcement monitoring Kentucky waterways this weekend as part of a national campaign to deter impaired boating.

Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources via Facebook

The Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources says anglers can fish for free this weekend.

123rf Stock Photo

The Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources has a solution for people wanting to get rid of their natural Christmas trees after the holidays.

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service

The Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources is organizing a “Carp Blitz” next month to shed some light on the growing population of invasive Asian carp in Kentucky and Barkley lakes.

Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources, Facebook

A data breach at the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife has revealed some customer information. 

The investigation is ongoing, but it appears the data accessed were names, addresses, birth dates, phone numbers, email addresses, and the last four digits of social security numbers. 

Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources, Facebook

State Auditor Mike Harmon’s office says it is referring its findings of a review into the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources over to the Kentucky State Police and Kentucky Branch Ethics Commission. 

KYTC/Keith Todd

Federally-protected osprey nests have led to the temporary furlough of more than 30 construction jobs on the new bridge being built over Kentucky Lake.

Flickr user ljmacphee, Wikimedia Commons

Local farmers who have lost cattle to the recent harsh winter weather can apply for federal assistance under the United States Department of Agriculture’s Livestock Indemnity Program. But the same program also helps farmers whose livestock have been killed by federally-protected avian predators like the black vulture.

Wikimedia Commons

Kentucky’s third annual sandhill crane hunting season wrapped up yesterday and Fish and Wildlife officials are calling it a success.

The most recent numbers show 87 birds were killed in this year’s sandhill crane hunting season, mostly in Barren County. That’s slightly lower than last year, when 92 birds were killed. But both years, the actual hunt fell far below the quota of 400 birds the Department of Fish and Wildlife set.

Pages