As outlined here previously, President Obama's budget holds some serious bad news for fish and wildlife in the area of Farm Bill conservation programs. But it also holds some good news for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. The administration has proposed to increase that agency's budget by $72 million over the 2012 level, with some of that going to restoring the Florida Everglades. But sportsmen need to remember this is just the president's proposal. Congress has yet to weigh in, and if it's keeps the same focus it had last year, the bottom-line will be considerably smaller for fish, wildlife, and sportsmen.