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Register by June 28 for WV Archery in the Schools training July 13-14
From the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources -- The next DNR training for the West Virginia Archery in the Schools (AIS) Program will be  July 13-14 at a Cabela’s Store near Wheeling, according to Jerry Westfall, DNR’s AIS program coord...

Lizards with horns? Yes!
There is a unique group of lizards found in Oklahoma and other Southwestern states which many people may not be aware. Although most people have seen a Horny Toad, few have seen or are aware that Oklahoma is home to more than one species of horned...

The Hunters
My name is Faith Ramser, and I am eight years old and in the second grade in school. I live in the country with my dad, John Ramser who is a job foreman, my mom Tricia who is a school teacher, my five-year old sister Charity and our baby sister Je...

Changes proposed for Wisconsin antlerless deer archery permits
From the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources -- Archery deer hunters would be restricted to using the antlerless deer carcass tag that is issued with each archery hunting license to only those deer management units with an established antlerle...

Delaware hunter education program now requires live firing
From the Delaware Dept. of Natural Resources & Environmental Control -- As of Jan. 1, 2010, Delaware law has made participation in a live firing experience a required part of every basic hunter education class, in both online and traditiona...

Missouri’s spring turkey harvest tops predictions
From the Missouri Department of Conservation -- Hunters made the most of the final week of Missouri’s 21-day spring turkey season, shooting 8,263 birds. The last week’s harvest boosted the regular-season tally to 42,254, an increase of 429 from last...

REDEMPTION!
Three days into our late-November Saskatchewan hunt, my friends, John and Dave Everett, and I were ready to kick up some deer. The full moon and clear weather had conspired to keep the resident whitetails off their feet and out of sight during the da...

Residents can enter Nebraska super tag lottery for $25
From the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission -- Nebraska hunters may enter the new Nebraska Super Tag Lottery for a chance to win a four-species permit.

Charlie Sisk, Riflemaker
Back in the days when all rifles were hand-built, each had distinctive characteristics and looks that reflected the particular skills and preferences of the maker. Today’s custom rifles are similar because they’re based on the same commercial actions...

NSSF providing free videos to teach firearm safety, conservation
From the National Shooting Sports Foundation -- An online campaign offering free educational videos about firearm safety and wildlife conservation to teachers and school administrators across the country is being provided by the National Shooting Sp...

Kentucky squirrel season approaching 17th year
From the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources -- Squirrel hunting is a Kentucky tradition that dates back to Kentucky's pioneer era. But hunting squirrels in the spring is relatively new. The season started as an experiment on four sta...

Maine moose permit online lottery applications due May 14
From the Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife -- Online applications for the Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife’s 2010 Moose Permit Lottery are due by 11:59 p.m. May 14.

ND spring mule deer survey shows population decrease
From the North Dakota Game and Fish Department -- Western North Dakota’s mule deer population has decreased slightly for the second consecutive year, based on observations during the North Dakota Game and Fish Department’s annual spring mule deer su...

Air guns now allowed for NY small game hunting
From the New York Department of Environmental Controls -- A new regulation that will allow small game hunters to go afield with an air gun has been adopted in New York.

Mountain lion confirmed in Indiana’s rural Greene County
From the Indiana Department of Natural Resources -- A mountain lion has been confirmed in a rural part of Greene County east of Bloomfield as a result of a new Department of Natural Resources policy designed to systematically collect data and evalua...

2005 Season Yields a New World Record
On the second evening of our six-day hunt in Alberta, my hunting buddy, Robert Hedges, guide Clayton Royer and I left camp on four-wheelers for the 3-mile ride to our stands. Robert and I were going to hunt heavily traveled deer trails on opposite si...

Windy-Day Whitetail
Winds were gusting to 25 miles per hour when I climbed into my tree stand. The 2006 Missouri rifle season lasted only 10 days. It was six days into the season, and I just had to be out there. The swaying tree made my stand pop. Once, I even felt i...

May 15 deadline for Oklahoma controlled hunts application
From the Oklahoma Wildlife Conservation Department -- Oklahoma sportsmen hoping to draw out for a bull elk, whitetail deer, antelope or other controlled hunt through the program have until May 15 to submit applications over the internet by logging o...

Kentucky conservation officers help rescue flood victims
From the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife -- Conservation officers with the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources spent much of the weekend evacuating people in the wake of severe storms, flooding and mudslides that claimed at l...

Georgia plans public meetings on DNR land use changes
From the Georgia Department of Natural Resources -- The DNR has planned four public meetings seeking comment on changes relating to the marketing of recreational opportunities on lands owned and managed by the Georgia Department of Natural Resources...
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