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Ten Kansas deer confirmed positive in CWD tests
From the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks -- On March 2, the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks (KDWP) announced that 10 white-tailed deer from northwestern Kansas had tested positive for chronic wasting disease (CWD). These were animals...

A Spring Gobbler (Almost)
-- On May 19, 2008, after 36 years of spring gobbler hunting, my quest for a longbeard finally came to an end ... almost. After missing my share of turkeys over the years and making some stupid decisions, you would think I would have picked up enoug...

BADF HOTC Youth Hunt
What a weekend we have had. Our chapter sponsored three youth hunts this weekend. One was a special life hunt at Star Valley Ranch in Brown County with a young hunter with advanced Juvenile diabetes. He took a nice 115 class eight point and a doe. Hi...

Indiana youth turkey season April 17- 18
From the Indiana Department of Natural Resources -- Indiana's 2010 youth turkey season takes place April 17 and 18. The special season is open to hunters age 17 or younger. Youth hunters are limited to one bearded or male wild turkey.

The Three Amigos
Everything seemed to move in slow motion. It was as if I were dreaming, trying to run, but my legs wouldn't move. In front of me, one of the largest mule deer I had ever seen had just stood up amidst the cactus about 100 yards away. I was hunting Me...

Lesson Learned
-- This is a story of a wild season in 1996. I was hunting with my dad, brother-in-law and my dad’s cousins from Ohio in my home state of Missouri. We’d hunted all day and were headed elsewhere when I realized I’d forgot to unload my rifle. Little d...

Can songbirds really sing?
The last time you were in the woods you may have taken a rest, sat down beside a tree and just listened to the chorus of birds singing. That might make you wonder if, when birds sing in spring, their songs could be classified as music? Birds such a...

Missouri residents can order seedlings to improve wildlife habitat
From the Missouri Department of Conservation -- Seed catalogs have begun appearing in mailboxes, providing hours of recreational reading for the remainder of  Missouri’s winter days. Residents whose planting project extends beyond flowers and v...

NH plans big game processing workshop April 3
From the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department -- Residents can learn how you can process big game animal from field to freezer at a free workshop at the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department’s Owl Brook Hunter Education Center in Holderness, Satu...

March 17 deadline for North Dakota moose, elk and bighorn applications
From the North Dakota Game and Fish Department -- The deadline for applying for North Dakota’s 2010 moose, elk and bighorn sheep  licenses is March 17. A total of 561 elk licenses are available to hunters this fall, the same as in 2009. Applica...

Public seminars to discuss Colorado 2010 big game season changes
From the Colorado Division of Wildlife -- Colorado hunters can attend public sessions in Cheyenne Wells, La Junta, Lamar, Limon, Colorado Springs, Simla, Ellicott, Kiowa, Pueblo, Canon City, Buena Vista and Salida to discuss changes in the DOW staff...

New York’s bear harvest totals second highest in state history
From the New York Department of Environmental Conservation -- Bear harvest numbers in 2009 were the second-highest ever recorded in New York state,  according to the Department of Environmental Conservation.

Alabama archery park expands facilities
From the Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources -- The Cullman Community Archery Park will soon have a new 1,500 square foot pavilion complete with restrooms thanks to Archery Trade Association and an Easton Sports Development Foun...

NH offers Beyond BOW workshops
From the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department -- New Hampshire’s Becoming an Outdoors Woman Program is offering three new Beyond BOW workshops this spring, giving women a chance to explore turkey hunting, overnight backpacking and map and compass ...

Maine, landowners endorse new deer wintering area guidelines
From the Maine Dept. of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife -- A set of Deer Wintering Area Management Guidelines aimed at assisting forest landowners enhance the quality of deer wintering areas on their properties has been endorsed by  Maine’s two l...

Idaho big game season proposals available
From Idaho Fish and Game -- Idaho Fish and Game is seeking public comment on proposed changes to 2010 big game seasons. Dates have been set for a serious of public meeting around the state. 

750 ND spring turkey drawing licenses remain
From the North Dakota Game and Fish Department -- The 2010 spring wild turkey lottery has been held and more than 750 licenses remain in nine units. Only those hunters who do not have a license for the 2010 spring season are eligible to apply.

Mapping Trophy Bucks
The contour map revealed a long ridge slicing through the big timber, eventually splitting into a “Y.” Fifty yards before the split, a dip in the ridge formed a saddle. As a bonus, deep rut ran from the valley all the way up to just short of the sadd...
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