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PA Game Commission recruiting hunting ed instructors
From the Pennsylvania Game Commission -- Experienced hunters and trappers interested in becoming volunteer instructors for basic Hunter-Trapper Education (HTE), Successful Bowhunting and Successful Furtaking courses are invited to pass along their o...

South Dakota plans meetings on mountain lion management
From the South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks Department -- The Game, Fish and Parks Department personnel will be on the road over the next few weeks visiting with citizens about mountain lions.

Wisconsin hunters register 329,103 deer in 2009
From the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources -- Hunters registered 329,103 deer for the 2009 deer hunting seasons. This includes a total antlerless harvest of 191,715 and antlered (buck) harvest of 134,156. The grand total includes 3,232 deer ...

Owls are everywhere!
Owls are the birds of dreams, heard but not often seen. Most are nocturnal, and all are intelligent and curious. If you want to see them you will have to look at night. There are between 9 and 21 different species of owls that are residents of the U...

North Carolina hunting regulation changes approved
From the North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission -- A number of hunting and trapping proposals were approved as presented March 3 by the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission. These include:

Washington public comment on draft white-tailed deer plan
From the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife -- Citizens of the state of Washington are asked to comment on the WDFW draft plan to guide management of the state’s white-tailed deer populations.

The 12-Pointer that Wasn't
During the spring of 2005, Marlon Hale's job as a roofer took him to Carroll County, Ohio. He fell in love with the terrain there and wound up receiving permission to hunt a good-sized farm with several cornfields separated by strips of timber. The 2...

NH plans public hearings on wildlife rule changes
From the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department -- Proposed rule changes affecting hunting and trapping seasons in New Hampshire for 2010 and 2011 will be discussed at three public hearings held by the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department. 

March 16 Delaware final public deer management workshop
From Delaware Dept. of Natural Resources and Environmental Control -- In an effort to encourage additional public feedback on its new Delaware Deer Management Plan, and provide a review of input to date, the DNREC Division of Fish and Wildlife plans...

Law changes Nebraska hunter ed requirement language
From the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission -- A new law in Nebraska closes the loophole on  language pertaining to the Apprentice Hunter Education Exemption Certificate.

200 ND Nonresident Any-Deer bow licenses remain
From the North Dakota Game and Fish Department -- More than 200 any-deer bow licenses are still available to nonresidents in 2010, according to Carrie Whitney, licensing supervisor for the North Dakota Game and Fish Department.

Whitetail Deer can live anywhere
Whitetail deer are the most versatile big game animals on the North American continent. They thrive in diverse climates and habitats that range from the harsh, desolate Mexican deserts to timberlines of the Canadian Rocky Mountains, and every imagin...

King of the Hill
Last September, my wife changed my computer screensaver to read, “Tim, you are awesome and I hope you score big on your hunt this year! Love you, SK.” So when the alarm buzzed at 4:30 a.m. on the cool, crisp morning of Oct. 28, 2005, I was confident ...

Northeast PA deer open house rescheduled March 28
From the Pennsylvania Game Commission -- The Pennsylvania Northeast Region deer open house postponed on Feb. 27 because of bad weather has been rescheduled for Sunday, March 28 from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. at PPL Wallenpaupack Environmental Learning Ce...

Indiana offers Becoming an Outdoors Woman workshop April 30
From the Indiana Dept. of Natural Resources -- Women who already love outdoor sports, would like to try them or improve their ability to do them under expert supervision and instruction can do so at the Becoming an Outdoors Woman workshop, April 30-...

Wisconsin Whopper
-- My father and I hunt a 105-acre property that my family owns in Shawano County, Wisc. On opening day of gun season, Nov. 17, I saw several small bucks, letting them pass along with a half-dozen does. I was looking down a shooting lane, watching t...

NY deer harvest continues at a high rate
From the New York State Dept. of Environmental Conservation -- Hunters in New York  harvested approximately 222,800 deer in the 2009 season, virtually the same number as were harvested statewide the previous season, according to New York State ...

Weather continues to create wildfire dangers for Missouri
From the Missouri Department of Conservation -- Missouri has been lucky so far this winter, but ice and wind storms have littered the Show-Me state with fuel, and the threat of wildfires could return quickly with dry, windy weather.

Delaware plans March 25 hearing on wildlife regulation updates
From the Delaware Dept. of Natural Resources and Environmental Control -- A public hearing March 25 at 6:30 p.m. in the Delaware DNREC Richardson and Robbins Building in Dover will address a number of proposed regulatory changes considered to Regula...

If the Gun Fits...
There are plenty of old sayings about why shotgunners hit birds and why they don’t. One of my dad’s favorites was, “It’s not the gun. It’s the nut behind the recoil pad.” He might have thought I needed more practice, but I came to find out that some...
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