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Alabama’s snapshot of wild turkey research
By Steven W. Barnett -- Wild turkey research in Alabama has undergone a transformation in objectives and equipment used over the past 30 years.

Monitoring shows no CWD detected in NH herd
From the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department -- New Hampshire’s white-tailed deer population once again showed no evidence of chronic wasting disease (CWD), based on monitoring data gathered during the 2009 hunting season.

Idaho Commission okays 2010 big game seasons
From the Idaho Fish and Game Commission -- The Idaho Fish and Game Commission has adopted big game seasons for 2010 with few changes.

Forestry Services offering Oklahoma-grown seedlings
From the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation -- It’s an excellent time to plant tree seedlings for wildlife , and Oklahoma Forestry Services is now offering three different packages of seedlings to enhance the habitat of deer, songbirds, tu...

Leftover Wisconsin spring turkey permits on sale March 22
From the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources -- Remaining permits for the 2010 spring turkey hunting season will be sold on a first-come, first-served basis starting March 22. Leftover permits will be first issued for sale by zone, one zone pe...

Arkansas wildlife seedlings available through March 31
From the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission -- The Arkansas Forestry Commission Baucum Nursery has a new tree seedling purchase opportunity. The nursery has packaged a limited number of wildlife bundles containing northern red oak, cow oak, sawtooth ...

CWD’s insidious March 2010
From the Wildlife Management Institute -- As if to reinforce its status as an unrelenting threat to North America’s cervid populations, chronic wasting disease (CWD) has expanded its range for the second time in 2010.

March 25 deadline for Kansas youth turkey hunt April 3
From the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks -- Register by March 25 for a special turkey hunt near Council Grove  April 3. The hunt is sponsored by the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks in cooperation with area chapters of the Natio...

USDA seeks proposals to improve Mississippi River basin water quality
From the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission -- Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack announced that the U.S. Department of Agriculture is seeking project proposals that will improve water quality and the overall health of the Mississippi River in 41 elig...

CWD found in Southwestern North Dakota mule deer
From the North Dakota Game and Fish Department -- North Dakota Game and Fish Department officials were notified March 18 by the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Veterinary Services that a sick-looking mule deer taken last fall in western Sioux Count...

My Best Week of Deer Hunting Ever
-- It was halfway through the four-month-long deer season in South Carolina. I was frustrated because I’d taken only one doe. In most seasons, I usually have at least three deer in the freezer by mid-November. But this year was differen...

Register by March 24 for NH Beyond BOW turkey workshop
From the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department -- Women interested in learning to hunt wild turkeys must register by March 24 for the Beyond Becoming an Outdoors-Woman turkey hunting workshop April 23–25 at Woodbound Inn in Rindge.

Flush With Success
Two mild, wet summers in a row have created a wild quail renaissance in Texas and Oklahoma, arguably the two best bobwhite hunting states remaining in America. Nationwide, biologists say that quail populations have dropped 70 percent over the last...

Alabama’s snapshot of wild turkey research
By Steven W. Barnett -- Wild turkey research in Alabama has undergone a transformation in objectives and equipment used over the past 30 years.

Go, Point and Shoot
Contrary to what you might think (this being Kansas), the Sept. 11 opener of the Sunflower State's 2004 (early) muzzleloader season doesn't draw a big crowd. Even those who brave the heat do it more for the sake of relaxation and scouting than wit...

Wisconsin board raises deer population goals 21%
From the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources -- Wisconsin’s Natural Resources Board has approved revisions to proposed overwinter population goals for white-tailed deer, raising the management benchmark to a statewide target of nearly 800,000,...

Wisconsin offers learn to hunt workshops at Sandhill
From the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources -- Young people interested in learning to safely hunt deer can register for learn to hunt deer workshops and associated youth deer hunts that will be held this fall at the Sandhill Wildlife Area and...

Idaho completes elk surveys, annual wolf report
From the Idaho Department of Fish and Game -- The Idaho Department of Fish and Game has completed aerial elk surveys in the Middle Fork Elk Management Zone. Incidental to the surveys, biologists radio-collared four wolves.

Colorado offers free hunter ed class in Granby
From the Colorado Division of Wildlife -- A free  hunter education course at Granby Community Center (3rd and Jasper), April 1, 2 and 3. Classes will run 6 - 9 p.m. on April 1 and 2 and from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on April 3. Participants must attend...

Special WA hunt drawings, hunt rules previewed
From the Washington Fish and Wildlife Commission -- Hunters got a preview of changes proposed in special-hunt permit drawings and new hunting regulations for the fall 2010 season at a public meeting held here March 12-13 by the Washington Fish and W...
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