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More than 600 youths compete in second Missouri archery tournament
From the Missouri Department of Conservation -- Who would have guessed that 60,000-year-old technology could pry kids’ hands off video game controllers and improve their grades?

Wisconsin plans deer management unit meetings
From the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources -- Anyone interested in deer in Wisconsin will have a chance to get the most up to date deer management unit information in a series of  public information meetings across the state March 8-18.

Arizona hunting and fishing licenses are available online again
From the Arizona Game and Fish Department -- They’re back.  Arizona hunting and fishing licenses are available online again. Visit the Arizona Game and Fish Department’s Web site at

Wisconsin holds successful hunting heritage conference
From the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources -- Participants in Wisconsin’s first Hunting Heritage Conference met over the weekend to share ideas about broadening participation in the state’s hunting heritage.  The DNR  invited repre...

Ohio grants help communities remove hazardous ash trees
From the Ohio Department of Natural Resources -- Federal grant funds are available to assist northwest Ohio communities in removing hazardous ash trees along public rights-of-way and replacing lost tree canopy cover.

Mississippi plans youth turkey clinic Feb. 27
From the Mississippi Dept. of Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks -- The Mississippi Department of Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks is sponsoring a youth shotgun clinic to sight-in and pattern firearms. It will be held at Turcotte Education and Shooting Faci...

NY wildlife rehabilitator exam registration due April 2
From the New York Department of Environmental Conservation -- A written examination for New Yorkers interested in becoming a licensed, volunteer wildlife rehabilitator, will be given Friday April 16, from 10 a.m. to noon at New York State Department...

Dogs causing problems for Colorado wildlife
From the Colorado Division of Wildlife -- Dogs are harassing big game animals in southwest Colorado this winter, and Division of Wildlife officials are reminding pet owners to keep their animals under control.

That’s a REALLY big bird!
Could you imagine seeing your younger brother or sister flying through the air?  That is what it must look like to someone watching the Great Bustard in flight. Weighing in at a whopping 35 pounds, the Great Bustard is the heaviest flying bird ...

Minnesota public meetings seek citizen comment on hunting, trapping
From the Minnesota Dept. of Natural Resources -- For the next six weeks, the Minnesota DNR is seeking citizen input on nearly a dozen different hunting season options during public meetings beginning Feb.23 in Frontenac.

Vermont deer management meetings begin March 23
From the Vermont Agency of Natural Resources -- Residents with an interest in Vermont's white-tailed deer may want to attend one of the five annual public meetings held in March to discuss the deer herd. The meetings begin March 23 in Springfield an...

What an Adventure!
-- For 32 years, I had been looking for a white-tailed buck of this caliber. The day I found him, it was 18 degrees, the morning wind had kicked up, and I was freezing. The usual knobbed bucks and does had left the feeder I was watching. I was think...

A Dishwasher's Dream Come True
The 2005 season marked the 10th that Eugene Kurinka, Nick Denecky, Ed Cutler and Peter Swoboda have traveled to Alberta's Slave Lake region in November. Their friends like to tease the retirees about their "senior citizens" hunting club, though young...

Michigan seeks comments on deer management plan draft
From the Michigan Dept. of Natural Resources & Environment -- Michigan’s DNRE has invited public participation in the deer management planning process. Throughout February and March, eight public open house meetings will be held to discuss the d...

Maryland deer hunters repeat record harvest
From the Maryland Department of Natural Resources -- Maryland deer hunters harvested over 100,000 deer for the second time since modern deer management began in the early 1900s. Surpassing this numerical milestone is consistent with the Department’s...

Firearms rule changes for possession in National Wildlife Refuges
From the US Fish and Wildlife Service -- The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has announced that effective February 22, 2010, the rules governing possession of firearms on National Wildlife Refuges will change as a result of legislation enacted by Con...

Kansas Forest Service offers conservation tree seedlings
From the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks -- The Kansas Forest Service’s (KFS) Conservation Tree Planting Program offers the public tree and shrub seedlings, as well as other items for use in conservation plantings. Plantings may function as ...

Tennessee confirms first case of WNS in bats
From the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency -- Two bats in Tennessee have tested positive for White Nose Syndrome (WNS), a white fungus responsible for the deaths of thousands of bats in the Eastern United States, the Tennessee Wildlife Resources A...

New KY record bull elk taken on public lands
From the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources -- Kentucky has a new state record for a bull elk with non-typical antlers. Harrodsburg resident Terrell Royalty’s 7x7 elk scored 372 6/8 in the Boone and Crockett Club scoring system, best...

Indiana hunters shatter previous deer harvest record
From the Indiana Department of Natural Resources -- Indiana deer hunters had unprecedented success during the 2009 seasons, shattering the previous state record by taking more than 130,000 deer for the first time in the 59-year history of the modern...
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