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Pennsylvania PALS deer permits available July 2
From the Pennsylvania Game Commission -- Deer Management Assistance Program (DMAP) antlerless deer permits will be available through the Pennsylvania Automated License System (PALS) July 2.

Pennsylvania antlerless deer applications accepted July 12, 26
From the Pennsylvania Game Commission -- Pennsylvania county treasurers hunters will accept antlerless deer license applications from resident hunters starting July 12, and from nonresidents beginning July 26.

Kansas youth/handicapped deer hunt Sept. 11-12
From the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks -- The Riley County Fish and Game Association, Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks (KDWP), and Tuttle Creek Lake Corps of Engineers are seeking participants for their 8th annual youth/handicapped ...

Kansas wildlife rehabilitators asked to stop accepting fawns
From Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks -- Last September, Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks staff learned a white-tailed fawn had been transported from Decatur County in northwest Kansas to the Hutchinson Zoo. Because deer from Decatur C...

Open Country Whitetails
White-tailed deer are not normally associated with plains hunting, but as the population has expanded, more hunters are finding they need to employ open-country strategies. Where I hunt in central and southwestern Kansas there’s a mixed population...

Register now for Kentucky outdoors woman workshop
From the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources -- Registration is underway for Kentucky's annual Becoming an Outdoors Woman workshop on Lake Cumberland Sept. 17-19 at the 4-H Leadership Center in Jabez.

Deer Hunting Convert
It’s not every day that I get up at crack of dawn for something I don’t have to do, but I decided to go deer hunting with my boyfriend to see what it was all about. The alarm sounded at 4 a.m. All I wanted to do was shut it off and go back to sle...

Ohio opens 16 state nature preserves to special archery hunts
From the Ohio Department of Natural Resources -- An increasing deer population, resulting in a negative impact to native plant communities, has led the Ohio DNR to coordinate special archery deer hunts at 16 state nature preserves across the state. ...

NH offers online registration for hunter certification
From the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department -- New Hampshire hunters can register online now for certification in Hunter or Bowhunter Education at

Minnesota changes southeast deer hunting seasons
From the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources -- Southeastern Minnesota's firearms early and late deer seasons will remain at nine days this fall and bucks must have at least one four-point antler in order to be legal for harvest, the Minnesota...

Pennsylvania takes part in Appalachian WNS monitoring
From the Pennsylvania Game Commission -- Biologists are seeking assistance from Pennsylvania residents in a regional monitoring effort to collect bat maternity colony data this summer. The monitoring is especially important because of the mortalitie...

No CWD detected in Minnesota's wild deer; bovine TB results pending
From the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources -- All of the samples from wild deer taken last fall by hunters in southeastern Minnesota that were tested for the presence of Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) have come back negative for the disease.

How To Remove Dents from Gunstocks
A dent in a wooden gunstock is simply a depression in the fibers of the wood. Most minor dents are pretty easy to raise. To remove a dent, gather a soldering iron, an old towel and a cup of water. Soak a corner of the towel in water and place the ...

Happy Birthday to Me!
As daylight broke on opening day of the '05 rifle season in the hills of southeast Kentucky, my son, Nick, and I were hunting our favorite ridge on the family farm. It's about three-quarters of a mile long with an old grown-up strip mine field at ...

Illinois’s Big Secret: Don’t overlook the south
You have to love the rut. At what other time of year would a 140-inch white-tailed buck pay absolutely no attention to a gun blast just 70 yards away? If he’s focused on a hot doe, there’s very little that will distract a buck during the peak of ...

Idaho announces super hunt winners, Aug. 11 drawing
From the Idaho Fish and Game Department -- After the first Super Hunt drawing of 2010, 26 lucky hunters won the hunt of their dreams.

Missouri’s managed deer hunt applications open July 1
From the Missouri Department of Conservation -- Deer hunters have from July 1 to August 15 to apply for almost 100 managed hunts on public land from mid-September through January. Applications are available for nearly 100 archery, muzzleloader and m...

North Dakota’s fall turkey applications due June 30
From the North Dakota Game and Fish Department -- Prospective turkey hunters in North Dakota are reminded that applications for this fall’s season must be in the mail and postmarked before midnight June 30.

Wildlife habitat focus of July 8 Nebraska meeting
From the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission -- The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission will hold a public meeting July 8 in Thedford to gather ideas on how the Nebraska Natural Legacy Project can be revised to better address the needs of wildlife hab...

Utah considers major deer and elk hunting changes
From the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources -- If you hunt deer or elk in Utah, possible changes could dramatically change when the hunts are held in 2011. Residents can learn about potential changes, and let the Division of Wildlife Resources know...
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