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NY offers Becoming an Outdoor Woman workshop July 16-18
From the New York Department of Environmental Conservation -- A camping workshop for the  “Becoming an Outdoorswoman” will be held July 16-18 at the DEC Mongaup Pond campground in the southern Catskills near Livingston Manor in  Sullivan C...

Colorado landowner voucher committee seeking public opinion
From the Colorado Division of Wildlife -- The Colorado Big Game Landowner Voucher Program Review Committee is holding an open house June 21 to give the public an opportunity to discuss ways to improve the program.

Proactive Tactics
The bruiser buck started to side-hill toward my stand. As I reached for my bow, flashbacks of past encounters started to run through my mind. I had seen this buck several times, and each time he detoured far enough from my stand to stay out of bow ra...

Muy Grande for Myra
In 2004, Myra and Greg Smith of Mt. Airy, Md., were watching a mule deer hunt from Rancho Grande in Sonora, Mexico, on Bass Pro Shops' "Outdoor Adventures." The ranch accommodations (pool, game room and home cooking) attracted Myra's attention. G...

Wisconsin bowfisher lands a world record
From the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources -- It’s hard to say what’s more impressive over the sweep of Wesley Babcock’s 40 years of bowfishing: the more than 18,000 carp and other fish he’s taken with a bow and arrow, or the eye-popping lun...

Missouri oak galls won’t cause much permanent damage
From the Missouri Department of Conservation -- Oak trees across a broad swath of Missouri are experiencing an unusual outbreak of a common parasite. Tree experts say the parasite is not fatal to healthy trees, even though the condition can look awf...

New York spring turkey season up 7 percent
From the New York Department of Environmental Conservation -- May 31 marked the closing of this year's spring hunting season for wild turkey. On average, over 100,000 hunters take about 30,000 birds each spring in New York. This season, preliminary ...

ND fall turkey season applications available June 9
From the North Dakota Game and Fish Department -- North Dakota’s fall turkey season will have 5,755 licenses available to hunters, according to Stan Kohn, upland game management supervisor.

New Mexico holds big game license drawing online June 9
From the New Mexico Department of Game and Fish -- Hunters who applied for New Mexico 2010-2011 deer, elk, antelope, ibex, javelina, bighorn sheep and Barbary sheep licenses can see if they made the drawing lucky list June 9, on the Department of Ga...

More than 4,000 Kansas leftover permits available to nonresidents
From the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks -- Beginning June 15, Kansas will make 4,016 nonresident deer permits available to any nonresident who does not have a 2010 permit.

West Virginia DNR warns--Don’t Feed the Bears
From the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources -- The West Virginia Division of Natural Resources (DNR) cautions all residents that feeding black bears is a violation of state law, as well as a misguided disservice to our state animal, accordi...

Utah deer, elk permits available starting June 17
From the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources -- If you don't have a permit to hunt buck deer in Utah this fall, the next chance to get one begins June 17 when Northern Region rifle and muzzleloader permits not taken in this year's big game draw go o...

The Gobbler We Never Forget
Staring at the turkey beard I keep on the top shelf of my computer desk takes me back to the day I downed my largest gobbler. I didn’t have much in the way of hunting equipment back then, a borrowed 12-gauge pump shotgun, mismatched hunting clo...

Coyotes documented as rare, but present in Delaware
From the Delaware Dept. of Natural Resources & Environmental Control -- Just 10 years ago, Delaware had very few – if any – resident coyotes. Even now, coyotes remain so rare that even Delawareans who spend a lot of time outdoors probably w...

PA license applications accepted from resident hunters July 12
From the Pennsylvania Game Commission -- Beginning Monday, June 14 Pennsylvania hunting and furtaker licenses for the 2010-11 seasons go on sale throughout the state.

Alabama’s Oak Mountain deer plan expands, assists bowhunters
From the Alabama Dept of Conservation and Natural Resources -- In an effort to allow bowhunters to harvest more deer within Oak Mountain State Park near Birmingham, continuous hunt dates will be scheduled mid-November 2010 through January 2011. The ...

2010 West Virginia turkey harvest tops 10,000
From the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources -- Preliminary figures indicate West Virginia hunters harvested 10,006 bearded turkeys statewide during the recently completed 2010 spring gobbler season. This year’s spring harvest is approximate...

Ohio controlled deer and waterfowl hunt applications available
From the Ohio Department of Natural Resources -- Hunters wanting to participate in Ohio's fall controlled deer and waterfowl hunts have until July 31 to submit permit applications for a random drawing, according to the Ohio Department of Natural Res...

July 15 deadline for Kansas landowner walk-in access contracts
From the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks -- Kansas landowners interested in the Walk-In Hunting Access Program which pays landowners to allow public hunting access on their land are reminded the deadline for enrollment is July 15.

Selman Bat Watch mail registration now available
From the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation -- Oklahomans looking to attend a Selman Bat Watch this summer can download a registration form beginning June 1 at
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