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Non-Resident Archery Deer Permits Available
From Illinois Department of Natural Resources Non-resident archery deer hunting permits for the 2008-09 Illinois Archery Deer season are now available through the DNR Direct online and by phone.  Non-residents can apply to purchase combinatio...

Free Web Service Connects Hunters with Places To Hunt
From Texas Parks and Wildlife Department -- Research surveys show that finding a place to hunt is a barrier for many people in today's Texas, which is why Texas Parks and Wildlife Department has created the Hunt Texas Online Connection, a new, free ...

Kansas Offers Landowners Cash for Hunting Access
From Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks -- Landowners interested in the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks' (KDWP) Walk-In Hunting Access Program (WIHA) - which pays landowners to allow hunting access on their land - are reminded that the ...

Remaining Nebraska Big Game Permits Available June 9
From Nebraska Game and Parks Commission -- Nebraska residents and nonresidents may begin purchasing any remaining deer, antelope or elk permits at 1 p.m. Central Standard Time on June 9. Hunters are encouraged to purchase permits online from the N...

California to Observe Non-lead Ammunition Hunting Regulation in Condor Range Beginning July 1
From California Department of Fish and Game -- The law requiring the use of non-lead ammunition in California's condor range takes effect July 1. A list of certified bullets, packaged ammunition and a map of the areas encompassed by the ban are avai...

From one Generation to the Next
By Joe Mayers -- I want to dedicate this story to the man that got me into hunting - my dad, John Andrew Mayers Jr. My dad and I shared the passion of hunting and were always on the lookout for that next big buck. I lost him one week to the day afte...

NWTF, State and Federal Agencies Unite to Fight Cogongrass
Cogongrass is causing big problems for wildlife, having attacked millions of acres of wildlife habitat across the Southeast. Photo courtesy of Chris Evans, River to River CWMA, www.Bugwood.org. From National Wild Turkey Federation ...

A Cold Cup of Coffee
By Alan Werner -- We live beside my wife's parents and together we have about 7 acres, 4 1/2 to 5 acres are wooded. Our neighbors have an additional 3 acres of hardwoods. The woodlot is basically rectangular in shape and a small creek meanders throu...

HSUS Pushes for Ineffective Deer Management
From U.S. Sportsmen's Alliance -- California members of Congress have requested a halt to the culling of non-native deer at Point Reyes National Seashore after the release of a Humane Society of the United States report. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi...

Mentored Hunts to Provide Opportunities for Newcomers
From Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission -- A new public hunting opportunity for newcomers, the Mentored Hunting Permit (MHP), will launch this fall. The Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission approved the new hunter recruitment initiative at a recent ...

Minn. DNR to Convene Multi-state Meeting on Lead Fragments in Venison
From Minnesota Department of Natural Resources -- Wildlife, public health and food safety experts from five states will meet in Minnesota next week for the purpose of helping regulators, hunters and processors better understand the implications of l...

Application Period for 2008-09 Georgia Quota Hunts Opens June 1
From Georgia Department of Natural Resources -- The Georgia Department of Natural Resources, Wildlife Resources Division (WRD) reminds hunters that June 1 is opening day of the 2008-09 quota hunt application period. Successful quota hunt applicatio...

California DFG Agent Shoots Coyote that Attacked Toddler
From California Department of Fish and Game -- A coyote that attacked a toddler in Lake Arrowhead May 6 is no longer a threat to the community. The Department of Fish and Game (DFG) announced that conclusive DNA evidence proves that the coyote shot ...

Better than a Home Run
By Joe Svetina -- Deer season was upon us again, and my son, Dustin, was excited with the thoughts of this being the year he gets his big buck. I was nervous because this season would be the second year he would go hunting, and I vividly remembered ...

Wind, Lose or Draw
By Michael Lee   -- As I sat fletching arrows for the coming deer season one August afternoon, my cell phone rang. On the other end of the call was my good bud Chris Vaughn of Adventures Wild in Colorado. Chris and I had talked a few times on ...
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