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Buffalo with a Conglomeration
When it was bright enough to see without a flashlight, Andy Hall eased through the brush and timber to his treestand. The Ontario County property he shares with family and friends is dissected by a rural highway - 70 acres of thicket on one side, ...

Delaware volunteers collect acorns to restore habitat
From Delaware Dept of Natural Resources & Environmental Control -- At Delaware's recent Annual Acorn Collection Day, 157 volunteers joined agency biologists to collect nearly 660 pounds of acorns that will be scattered in reforestation area...

Big changes proposed for Utah 2011 deer hunting
From the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources -- If you like to hunt deer in Utah, the Utah Wildlife Board wants to know which hunting option you want the board to pass.

5,000 DMPs available to NY hunters beginning Nov. 1
From the New York Department of Environmental Conservation -- Approximately 5,000 Deer Management Permits (DMPs) will be issued to New York hunters previously denied permits during the initial application period this fall.

Record Number of Whooping Cranes
From the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department -- Things are looking up for the endangered whooping crane. The bird made news two years ago when a record number of crane deaths were reported during drought conditions on the Texas coast. Now, accord...

Whitetails Find Food and Shelter in the Pines
For many years, members of our deer camp would depart for their stands in the predawn darkness with this promise: “See you in the pines at noon.” There, a spring bubbled from mossy rocks, forming a clear, shallow pool, which provided water for te...

Limitation areas off limits to ATVs during MN hunting seasons
From the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources -- When hunting in Minnesota state forests this fall, hunters may encounter signs the identify the site as an Area with Limitations.

Nebraska's antlerless season nets harvest of 3,000 deer
From the Nebraska Game & Parks Commission -- Hunters harvested 3,000 deer during the recent October antlerless season, according to the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission.

ND hunters encouraged to donate deer to Sportsmen Against Hunger
From the North Dakota Game and Fish Department -- Deer hunters are encouraged to consider donating a deer to the Sportsmen Against Hunger program in North Dakota.

Expect roadblocks in NM during hunting seasons
From the New Mexico Department of Game and Fish -- Hunters and other outdoor travelers may encounter delays this fall as the Department of Game and Fish conducts roadblocks throughout the state to collect harvest data and apprehend fish and wildlife...

North Dakota to issue doe licenses through season
From the North Dakota Game and Fish Department -- With no limit to the number of deer licenses a hunter can receive, North Dakota Game and Fish will issue remaining doe licenses through the end of the archery season.

ND needs hunter-harvested deer samples
From the North Dakota Game and Fish Department -- North Dakota's Game and Fish Department is continuing its Hunter-Harvested Surveillance program during the 2010 hunting season by sampling deer for chronic wasting disease and bovine tuberculosis fro...

EHD outbreak in New Jersey's Salem County DMZ 63
From the New Jersey Division of Fish and Wildlife -- Epizootic Hemorrhagic Disease (EHD) has been confirmed in Deer Management Zone 63 in New Jersey's Salem County, according to a report by the New Jersey Fish and Wildlife Office of Fish and Wildlif...

Ask The Biologist: What's Going On?
Hey, I watched a fawn eat a robin this morning. I haven’t seen that in 50 years of watching wildlife. What’s going on? — Toby

Plenty of chances to take OK hunter ed class before gun season opens
From the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation -- Opportunities to attend an Oklahoma hunter education class between now and the Nov. 20 opening day of deer gun season are plentiful. Most hunters need the certification to hunt deer without su...

VV Hunters Helping the Hungry may surpass one million meal mark
From the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources -- Hunter-donated venison to the West Virginia Hunters Helping the Hungry Program this season will put the total number of meals over the lifetime of the program to surpass one million.

Kansas youth Westar hunt application deadline Nov. 2
From the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks -- On Dec. 1 to 12 and Jan. 1 to 9,  Westar Energy's Green Team is offering guided deer hunts at Jeffrey Energy Center near St. Marys for youth 12 years and older who have not harvested a deer.

Prayers Do Come True
-- Bucks had been all around me, and I had no clue they were there. Then I began scouting early one season, putting out a trail camera in midsummer. I began to get doe and fawn pictures right away. Several days later, the bucks started showing up...

One rifle, three generations, three first deer
This year's youth hunt was a great outdoors experience for two young ladies-my daughter and niece-who are now very hooked on deer hunting. The day started at 4:30 a.m., when we went north to the 10-acre parcel to hunt.  Both girls were ready ...

NM offers late season elk licenses online Nov. 3
From the New Mexico Department of Game and Fish -- More than 500 late-season elk hunting licenses will be available Nov. 3 in a first-come, first-served sale on New Mexico's Game and Fish website.
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