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Arizona hunt permit tag applications due June 8
From the Arizona Game and Fish Department -- The Arizona Game and Fish Commission has set the 2010-11 fall hunting seasons for the Arizona Hunting and Trapping Regulations.

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Perhaps it's a good thing that Ed Huff's second arrow was never found. Somehow damaged, it might've been the reason the 55-year-old contractor from Lake Wales, Fla., didn't hit the 4-inch bull's-eye. Or it might've been the pressure of shooting in f...

The Straight Truth About Carbon Arrows
Carbon arrows began to appear just after I had finally settled on an aluminum shaft from which I believed I’d never sway. Ah, but had I duped myself? I’d heard some interesting things about carbon arrows: (a) They are perfectly straight; (b) There ... empowers citizens to stop plant, animal pests
From the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department -- The invasive species website debuts a complete redesign this month, featuring new interactive features enabling people to report sightings and take action to stop the spr...

Texas hunter education instructors needed
From the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department -- A free Hunter Education New Instructor Training Workshop  will be held May 15  in Whitney. Texas Parks and Wildlife Department will conduct the workshop from 9 a.m. to 5p.m. at the US Army Co...

New Mexico meetings address big game hunting rule changes
From the New Mexico Department of Game and Fish -- The New Mexico Department of Game and Fish is conducting public meetings and requesting comments on several proposed changes to the state’s big-game hunting rules that will be presented to the State...

White Nose Syndrome hasn’t reached Alabama bat colonies
From the Alabama Dept. of Conservation & Natural Resources -- Guess how many species of bats are found in Alabama? As Ben Stein asked: “Anyone, anyone?”

Ten commandments for camping in bear country
From the Missouri Department of Conservation -- Bear country. What mental image does that phrase conjure up? A fern-choked valley in the Appalachian Mountains?  A high meadow in the Rockies?

Missouri’s opening day turkey harvest up from 2009
From the Missouri Department of Conservation -- Flawless weather helped hunters harvest 6,759 turkeys on the first day of Missouri’s spring turkey season. Top turkey-harvest counties on opening day were Franklin with 164 turkeys checked, Ste. Genevi...

Arkansas holds Junior Olympic trap shooting championships
From the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission -- Over 180 youth trap shooters competed April 17-18 in the annual Arkansas Junior Olympic qualifier tournament held at the Remington Gun Club in Lonoke. The top male and female shooters in the competition ...

Arkansas family survives bitter experience with gar eggs
From the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission -- Not all fish eggs create caviar; some can be downright dangerous. A Cleburne County family discovered this after becoming violently ill upon eating the eggs of a long-nosed gar on April 5.

Pennsylvania board adopts 2010-11 season rules
From the Pennsylvania Game Commission -- Pennsylvania Board of Game Commissioners gave final approval to hunting and trapping seasons and bag limits for 2010-11, including broad changes to deer, bear, turkey and small game seasons.  

Colorado launches Elk Hunting University
From the Colorado Division of Wildlife -- Colorado elk hunters looking to expand their wapiti wisdom can participate in Elk Hunting University, a new online Hunter Outreach Program.

Pesky Opossums
It’s the middle of the night and everyone is asleep. Suddenly, you hear a loud crashing sound outside the house. Your first thought is that dogs are in the trash can. Or, perhaps you awaken to the sounds of scratching, hissing or an unpleasant odo...

Two Special Trees
Do you have a special tree? It could be your special tree because you like to climb it, or because it provides shade for a picnic spot or because it has brightly colored fall leaves or fragrant flowers in the spring. Does your special tree stand ...

Ohio's Ashtabula County leads turkey harvest on opening day
From the Ohio Department of Natural Resources -- Ohio hunters harvested a preliminary total of 2,874 bearded wild turkeys on the first day of the spring turkey hunting season, which is open statewide through May 16. Last year's opening day harvest n...

No CWD detected in Arizona deer and elk testing
From the Arizona Game and Fish Department -- Of the 1,624 testable samples from hunter-harvested or road-killed deer and elk during Arizona’s 2009-2010 hunting season, the Game and Fish Department reports no detection of chronic wasting disease (CWD...

Overall target shooting participation reaches new high—34.4 million
From the National Shooting Sports Foundation -- The first comprehensive survey to look at ownership and use of modern sporting rifles reveals that 8.9 million Americans went target shooting with AR-style rifles in 2009 and that participants using th...

ND hunting guide and outfitter test May 8
From the North Dakota Game and Fish Department -- Individuals interested in taking the guide and outfitter written exam are reminded to preregister by calling the North Dakota Game and Fish Department at (701)328-6604.

Cornhusker Trapshoot set for April 29-May 1
From the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission -- The 41st annual Cornhusker Trapshoot, the largest trapshoot event of its kind in the world, is scheduled for April 29 to May 1 in Doniphan, Neb.
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