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Southern New Jersey deer hunter forums planned
From the New Jersey Division of Fish and Wildlife -- A forum  New Jersey deer hunters will be held three evenings in April on Antler Point Restrictions. The forum dates are Tuesday, April 6, Monday, April 12 and Thursday, April 15 at Cumberland...

Missouri testing shows no CWD in free-ranging deer
From the Missouri Department of Conservation -- Test results show no evidence of Chronic Wasting Disease in a sample of free-ranging white-tailed deer from Linn, Macon and Chariton counties in Missouri.

NH Natural Leaders applications due May 15
From the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department -- Teens from 14 to 17 interested in a career in natural resources are invited to apply for the N.H. Natural Leaders Program, a high school leadership development program designed to inspire emerging e...

What’s in a Name?
Once upon a time in the mid 1700s, a Swedish botanist/physician named Carolus Linnaeus sought to simplify and clarify a complicated, confusing situation. For years, naturalists from many countries had been attempting to chronicle, organize and ma...

Arkansas closes caves to prevent spread of bat disease
From the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission -- The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission has agreed to close all caves on AGFC lands and Arkansas Natural Heritage Commission Natural Area WMAs to prevent the spread of white nose syndrome in bats.

A Boar for the Bride
--“If you shoot a wild boar for our wedding reception, I’ll definitely marry you,” my soon-to-be-husband, Mac, joked. So I did! You could say that the bride brought home the bacon. You have to understand that before meeting Mac in 2005, I had nev...
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