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Colorado looking for landowners to lease access for 2010 hunting
From the Colorado Division of  Wildlife -- The Colorado Division of Wildlife (DOW) is looking for landowners in SE Colorado to lease access for the 2010 hunting seasons.  The DOW's Big Game Access Program (BGAP) will continue for a fourth ...

16 more deer test positive for CWD in West Virginia
From the West Virginia Department of Natural Resources -- Preliminary test results indicate the Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) agent was present in 16 hunter-harvested deer collected in Hampshire County during the 2009 deer firearms hunting season.

Southeast Deer Study Group meets Feb. 28-March 2 in San Antonio
From the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department -- The 33rd annual meeting of the Southeast Deer Study Group will be held in San Antonio Feb. 28-March 2. The organization was formed with backing from all of the state Game and Fish Agencies in 1977, an...

4 more Kansas deer presumptive positive for CWD
From the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks -- It’s likely that four more deer taken in northwest Kansas will be confirmed to have had chronic wasting disease (CWD). So far, a total of 10 samples taken from deer killed by hunters this fall have...

NJ spring turkey applications open until Feb. 22
From the New Jersey Division Fish and Wildlife -- The New Jersey spring turkey permit application period opened Jan. 25, and applications can be made either through the online license website or at a license agent.

Forever Wild Land Trust secures 3,518 acres on Alabama’s Yates Reservoir
From the  Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources -- The State of Alabama’s Forever Wild Land Trust has recently completed a significant land purchase in east-central Alabama. The week of Jan. 4, Forever Wild concluded a len...

Indiana experimental February goose season to continue
From the Indiana Department of Natural Resources   -- The final year of a three-year experimental hunting season aimed at controlling breeding populations of resident Canada geese around urban areas of Indiana has been authorized for selecte...

South Dakota resident Canada goose plan available for review
From the South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks Department    -- South Dakota’s Game, Fish and Parks Department is offering citizens the opportunity to review a five-year draft management plan for resident Canada geese.

Funding available for Minnesota wildlife projects
From the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources -- Conservation organizations and outdoors clubs that want to improve Minnesota wildlife habitat have until Feb. 12 to apply for a Heritage Enhancement Grant from the Minnesota Department of Natural...

South Dakota’s TIPs license donations top $14,000
From the South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks Department    -- South Dakota sportsmen donated over $14,000 to the Turn In Poachers program during the 2009 big game license season.

Season opener, a great time for Ethan’s first buck
Seven-year old Ethan Litton took his first buck while hunting with his father Jared Litton on Nov. 14, 2009, the Morgan County, Indiana season opener. They used bow season as a learning experience, by seeing what was in the area, and where to be on ...

Buckmasters Life Hunt Victory Buck
When Rusty Morrow and the Alabama Conservation Enforcement Officers Association (ACEOA) started nominating a disabled hunter for the annual Buckmasters Life Classic Hunt four years ago, he never imagined that participation would have a personal impac...

Buckmasters Life Hunt Victory Buck
By David Rainer  -- When Rusty Morrow and the Alabama Conservation Enforcement Officers Association (ACEOA) started nominating a disabled hunter for the annual Buckmasters Life Classic Hunt four years ago, he never imagined that participation ...

Kansas spring turkey permits available online
From the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks -- The Kansas spring turkey season runs April 14-May 31. Turkey permits allow hunters to use a shotgun, crossbow or bow throughout the regular season.

Opportunity knocks for Kansas late season hunters
From the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks -- Upland bird and waterfowl seasons have been open for more than two months, but that doesn't mean it's time for hunters to put up their shotguns. Quail, pheasant, and prairie chicken (Northwest and ...

Delaware monitors bat population for White Nose Syndrome
From the Delaware Department of Natural Resources -- Delaware environmental officials continue to monitor the state’s bat populations for White Nose Syndrome (WNS), a disease that has caused mass mortality at bat hibernation sites in northeastern st...

Missouri bowhunters take more than 50,000 deer
From the Missouri Department of Conservation -- Bowhunters might have been looking for ways to feed families and friends. They might have been hunting for charity. Or maybe they are just getting better at what they do. Whatever the reason, Missouri...

Missouri 2009-2010 deer harvest tops previous years
From the Missouri Department of Conservation -- Torrential rains, snow and sub-zero temperatures failed to deter Missouri hunters from posting the fourth-largest deer harvest ever, according to the Missouri Department of Conservation.

Snow goose conservation season opens Feb. 1
From the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission -- Arkansas’s duck season closes after Jan. 31, but the following day goose hunters in Arkansas will have an extra three months to hunt light geese (snow geese, blue geese and Ross’s geese). A special snow...

Son’s first buck makes a great birthday for Dad
I would like to share my greatest birthday ever—October 31, 2009. That’s when I took my youngest son Jake on his first youth deer hunt in Van Zandt County, Texas.  We went to my grandmother’s place. We went out at about 6:30 a.m. and picked a sp...
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