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Idaho Fish and Game big game measuring day April 9
From the Idaho Department of Fish and Game -- April 9 is Big Game Scoring Day at the southeast regional office of the Idaho Department of Fish and Game.

New SD volunteer hunter program links hunters, landowners
From the South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks Department -- Building on the success of the Voluntary Antlerless Deer Program, the South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks Department has expanded the program to include antelope, deer, turkeys and Canada geese....

NC turkey season begins April 10
From the North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission -- North Carolina hunters headed to the woods for turkey season this month are asked to consider introducing someone new to hunting.

Do you observe Arbor Day?
If you're celebrating Arbor Day, then you're thinking about where to plant a tree. If you live in Nebraska, you know Arbor Day is a state holiday in April--and for a good reason. That’s where the idea to observe a special day to plant trees start...

Ohio youth turkey hunt April 17-18; season open April 19
From the Ohio Department of Natural Resources -- Ohio’s spring wild turkey hunting opens in all 88 counties on April 19 and continues through May 16.  A special youth-only turkey hunt for those ages 17 and younger will be April 17-18.

Remington Outdoor Foundation teams up with National Archery in the Schools Program®
--The Remington Outdoor Foundation has partnered with the National Archery in the Schools Program® to offer $3,000 in scholarships to college-bound students who are registered to participate in the 2010 NASP® National Tournament. "For the Remingt...

Wisconsin turkey season opens April 14; Youth hunt April 10-11
From the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources -- Wisconsin’s  two-day spring youth hunt initiated in 2007, occurs the weekend before the regular season opens.  This year’s youth hunt occurs April 10-11 statewide, and the 2010 regular ...

April 7 deadline for NM big game licenses, permits
From the New Mexico Department of Game and Fish -- The deadline is April 7 for hunters to apply for 2010-2011 deer, elk, antelope, ibex, javelina, Barbary sheep and bighorn sheep hunting opportunities allotted by draw in New Mexico.

MN 2010 bull moose permit application deadline May 7
From the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources -- Minnesota residents who wish to participate in the 2010 moose hunt this fall in northeastern Minnesota must apply by May 7.

Lighten Up for Geese
In this ever-changing world, not even goose hunting can escape the inevitable grasp of evolution. Back in my formative years of pursuing Canada honkers, the standard game plan for waterfowlers who didn’t have access to comfy pit blinds called for ...

NC launches program to match hunters and farm landowners
From the North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission -- A new program aimed at connecting farmers and hunters has been launched, and the NC Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services is encouraging hunters and farmers to sign up for the new pr...

Arizona elk-antelope draw complete, results available
From the Arizona Game and Fish Department -- The 2010 drawing for Arizona elk and antelope hunt permit-tags is complete, and 118,806 applicants can now visit the Arizona Game and Fish Department’s website at or call (602) 942-3000...

Out of Nowhere
If you tell other hunters you got drawn for a deer tag in Iowa, you can almost see them salivate in companionable eagerness. The same thing happens if you tell them you're going to head to Illinois or Kansas in the fall, where you'll be hunting th...

Delaware youth/disabled turkey hunt planned April 3
From the Delaware Dept. of Natural Resources  & Environmental Control -- Prior to the opening of the regular 2010 spring turkey season, youth ages 10-15 and non-ambulatory disabled hunters will have a special one-day hunt opportunity o...

Missouri’s turkey season creates jobs, supports state economy
From the Missouri Department of Conservation -- Looking for a bright spot in Missouri’s economic picture? Look outdoors. The upcoming spring turkey season will pump tens of millions of dollars into the state economy, just as it does every year.

North Dakota hunters take fewer deer in 2009 deer gun season
From the North Dakota Fish and Game Department -- North Dakota deer hunters took nearly 75,000 deer during the 2009 deer gun hunting season, making overall hunter success 59 percent, down from 70 percent in 2008.

ND seeks to document whooping crane sightings
From the North Dakota Fish and Game Department -- Whooping cranes, one of North America’s most endangered birds, have started their spring migration and are making their way through North Dakota. Anyone seeing these rare birds is asked to report sig...

Sooner Surprise
It was a short drive from my home in the Texas Panhandle to Woodward, Okla. The hunt with Cimarron Valley Outfitters was set up by my Arizona cousins Jimmy and Joey Savoini. They brought friends Randall Bryan and Doug Lindberg, and I met the crew ...

First Deer
-- The muzzleloader season opener in the Adirondacks is my favorite day to hunt. The special season starts Oct. 15 and runs for seven days ... seven glorious days of hunting deer while they still in their regular routine. During the season, we ar...

Federal fish, wildlife funds boost Missouri conservation
From the Missouri Department of Conservation -- Missouri’s hunters and anglers asked for the privilege of paying taxes on their equipment to pay for fish and wildlife restoration. That means Missouri is on track to receive upwards of $21 million thi...
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