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Scholastic Clay Target Program offers students outdoor recreation
From the Arizona Game and Fish Department -- The Arizona Game and Fish Department’s 2009-10 Scholastic Clay Target Program (SCTP) season is ready to get underway, and students interested in learning about and competing in skeet, trap and sp...

Nonresident ND small game licenses available online, by phone
From the North Dakota Game and Fish Department -- Out-of-state hunters are reminded that all nonresident small game and waterfowl hunting licenses are now sold exclusively through the North Dakota Game and Fish Department’s electronic licen...

Indiana adds counties to EAB quarantine
From the Indiana Department of Natural Resources -- Emerald ash borer (EAB), an invasive forest insect that kills ash trees, has been detected in Indiana’s Washington Township in Blackford County and Columbia Township in Dubois County throu...

Maiden Hunt Ends Well for Katie
By Dan Nethers -- My 14-year-old daughter, Katie, got a late start as a deer hunter, but it wasn't her choice. Prior to November 2008, she had been unable to hunt due to juvenile fibromyalgia. During that year and a half, we had to take her out of s...

Indiana agencies plan Bovine TB informational meetings
From the  Indiana Department of Natural Resources -- The Indiana State Board of Animal Health and the Department of Natural Resources have scheduled three public meetings to address the current status of bovine tuberculosis in Indiana and di...

PA reminds hunters headed out of state of CWD rule change
From the Pennsylvania Game Commission -- With thousands of Pennsylvania hunters heading off to hunt big game in other states and Canadian provinces, the Pennsylvania Game Commission reminds hunters that to prevent the introduction of Chronic Wast...

NSF makes grant to study prevalence and spread of Chronic Wasting Disease
From Colorado State University -- A Colorado State University research team has been awarded a $2.5 million National Science Foundation grant to study transmission of chronic wasting disease.

Youth hunts offer great opportunities this fall for NJ kids
From the New Jersey Fish and Wildlife Department  -- The New Jersey Division of Fish and Wildlife's popular Take a Kid Hunting Program has several exciting youth hunting opportunities scheduled for this fall.  Special Youth Hunts for dee...

USDA seeks public comment, schedules 9 meetings on CRP
From the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks -- The federal Conservation Reserve Program (CRP), often considered the most successful conservation program in modern times, is at a critical juncture as Congress contemplates whether to continue ...

Three deer seasons on tap in Kansas
From the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks -- Two Kansas deer seasons open in September, and another opens in October. The muzzleloader season runs Sept. 21-Oct. 4; the archery season runs Sept. 21-Dec. 31; and the early firearms season in ...

Status of USFWS waterfowl video available online
From the New Jersey Department of Fish and Wildlife -- The Flyways.us website, produced by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service in collaboration with flyway and state waterfowl managers, has posted the 2009 Status of Waterfowl Video Report (also av...

New reciprocal agreement established for Nebraska-Iowa border
From the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission -- A new reciprocal agreement allows for some hunting on certain Nebraska-Iowa border lands. The agreement offers new hunting opportunities to residents of both states by including some Iowa land th...

Deer, turkey hunting talks free in New Hampshire Sept. 29, Oct. 6
From New Hampshire Fish and Game Department -- New Hampshire residents can get primed for the fall hunting seasons at two free evening talks by hunting experts and staff of the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department. The popular Game Gab sessions...

Mark Reiter to lead Indiana Fish and Wildlife division
From the Indiana Department of Natural Resources -- Mark Reiter, who spent most of the last 22 years in various jobs with the Indiana Department of Natural Resources, has been named director of the agency’s Division of Fish and Wildlife.

Iowa reminds hunters to share harvest with the hungry
From the Help Us Stop Hunger Program -- With deer season just around the corner, the Iowa Department of Natural Resources asks that successful hunters this season take the opportunity to share their deer harvest with those less fortunate. Iow...

Iowa youth and disabled hunter deer season begins Sept. 19
From the Iowa Department of Natural Resources -- Iowa deer hunting tradition will be passed on to about 8,000 youths who are participating in the youth deer hunting season, which opens  Sept. 19. This season provides an opportunity to teach ...

Big Game hunting application process on NM Commission agenda
From the New Mexico Department of Game and Fish -- The NM State Game Commission will consider changing the way hunters apply for deer licenses and set the 2010-2011 big-game license application deadlines at the Commission's meeting Sept. 24 in La...

Vermont’s archery deer season attract more hunters
From the Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department -- Hunters are enthusiastic about Vermont’s Oct. 3-25 and Dec. 5-13 archery deer hunting season. According to the Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department, recent changes in regulations coupled w...

Young Missouri shotgunners invited to first Fall Classic Trap Shoot
From the Missouri Department of Conservation -- Hundreds of young shooters from across Missouri will descend on Camden County Sept. 27 to vie for honors in the Missouri Youth Sport Shooting Alliance’s (MYSSA) first Youth Fall Classic Trap S...

Antelope on My Mind
By Beth Lemke -- For more than 20 years, I’d dreamed of taking an antelope, posing for the success picture, telling how I’d taken it. As a loving wife, I never brought that up. Ok, only every chance I got! My husband, Johnny, took up th...
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