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SD schools take part in NASP Archery Tournament
From South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks -- Students from several South Dakota schools will be hunting for high scores at the first annual National Archery in the Schools Program (NASP) Tournament, to be held March 27 in Mitchell.

Youth spring turkey season offers kids the first shot
From the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation -- Oklahoma turkey hunters mark April 6 as an important date to remember every year, but youth get an opportunity to hunt gobblers even earlier.

Indiana BOW program offered April 30 - May 2
From the Indiana Department of Natural Resources -- Women who love outdoor sports, would like to try them or improve their abilities under expert supervision and instruction can do so at the Becoming an Outdoors Woman workshop, April 30-May 2.

South Dakota-Wyoming Youth Hunting Championships May 8
From South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks -- South Dakota and Wyoming are teaming up for youth hunting championships for each state this spring in Wyoming.

Commission weighs Arkansas 2010-11 hunting season proposals
From the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission -- Arkansas Game and Fish Commissioners has removed several proposed changes for the 2010-11 hunting season following public comment. The Commission is studying proposals and will make a final decision at t...

USFWS closes Felsenthal, Overflow NWRs to spring turkey hunts
From the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission -- The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is closing the 2010 spring wild turkey hunting seasons on the Felsenthal and Overflow National Wildlife Refuges. The closure is due to the area’s flood conditions.

YAWN!
Are you tired? A few weeks ago, most Americans reset clocks to spring forward for Daylight Savings Time. You might have found yourself yawning as your internal clock reset itself. The time change probably didn’t affect your dog or cat or other a...

Early-Bird Guns and Loads
Wingshooting season begins early in America. In some states, bird hunting seasons begin well before the dog days of summer have called it quits. Mourning doves are legal game by Labor Day in some areas, and early waterfowl seasons for teal and wood d...

Bighorn Sheep relocated home to Colorado South Platte River Canyon
From the Colorado Division of Wildlife -- Eight years after the Hayman burn scorched 138,000 acres of land, the largest wildfire in Colorado history, the Colorado Division of Wildlife has transplanted Rocky Mountain Bighorn Sheep into their historic...

Idaho commission adopts big game seasons
From the Idaho Fish and Game Commission -- New this year for the 2010 big game seasons adopted by the Fish and Game Commission are caps on some elk tags, allowing youth hunters to hunt in both A and B tag elk hunts and easing black bear and mountain...

Kansas turkey permit tag combo offer ends March 30
From the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks -- The 2010 spring turkey season runs April 14-May 31, and hunters looking for a bargain can find it in the turkey permit/game tag combination, available through March 30 at a reduced price. By purcha...

Adrenaline Poisoning?
As Bart Van Hook struggled to follow the buck's diminishing blood trail across the corn stubble, he had no idea that he, too, was bleeding. The 45-year-old hunter from Lafayette, Ind., was ecstatic. He'd just shot a decent 8-pointer, a bonus for a...

Prospects bright as Missouri turkey hunting enters its second 50 years
From the Missouri Department of Conservation -- It took just 30 years of careful stewardship to repair 150 years of damage and make Missouri the nation’s top turkey-hunting destination.

Nebraska’s spring turkey season opens March 25
From the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission -- Nebraska hunters under age 16 may take advantage of the new $5 youth turkey permits when the season opens for archers and youth archers March 25. The season opens April 10 for youth shotgunners and Apri...

NASP tournament draws 420 archers in Nebraska
From the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission -- Victoria Hinrichs of Lincoln Northeast High School and Brennan Vroom of Mater Dei Academy in Omaha had the high overall scores March 20 in the National Archery in the Schools Program (NASP) state tourna...

NH action plan maps and GIS date now available
From the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department -- New Hampshire Wildlife Action Plan maps, which depict the location of habitat types and ecological condition of habitats for the state, have been revised, and new maps and Geographic Information Sys...

Pennsylvania harvest down 8% for 2009-10 season
From the Pennsylvania Game Commission -- Hunters in Pennsylvania harvested an estimated 308,920 deer in the state’s 2009-10 seasons, which is an eight percent decline from the previous seasons’ harvest of 335,850.

Eavesdropper
The rusted barbed-wire fence was as good a stopping point as any, and it was closer than the road. I dragged the buck right up to the bottom strand, let go of it and leaned my bow against an adolescent oak. In one burst of uncharacteristic effort,...

Maine moose lottery paper application deadline April 1
From the Maine department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife -- Paper applications for Maine’s 2010 Moose Permit Lottery are due by 5 p.m. April 1 at the Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife in Augusta.

Nebraska expands antlerless season 10 days
From the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission -- Regulations designed to increase the harvest of Nebraska antlerless white-tailed deer in 2010 reflect reaction to the 2009 season.
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