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Keep your pet cat (and predator) indoors
Domestic cats are popular and wonderful pets, but they also are unnatural predators of many wild animals.

Meet the Gray Catbird—heard more than seen
You could have a copycat bird in your back yard, but you might never know it.  Not only is a gray catbird a master of voices, it’s also very secretive and enjoys staying hidden.

Like Father, Like Son
Kent Zimmerman and the big buck saw each other at the same time, both slack-jawed over the unexpected encounter. "All I could see was the buck's head, antlers and neck," Kent said. "Eventually, it blew out of there without giving me a chance for a ...

Don’t Be a Stinker
Every hunter I know uses some type of scent-eliminating process to go undetected. There is something for every budget, including Scent-Lok garments, body sprays and antimicrobial undergarments. But many hunters don’t realize how the different prod...

Arizona 2011 hunt recommendations available July 27
From the Arizona Game and Fish Department -- Beginning July 2, Arizona residents can see 2011 spring hunt recommendations for turkey, javelina, buffalo and bear regulations, as well the 2010-11 waterfowl and snipe regulation proposals. They will be ...

Almost 2,000 Kansas deer permits available to nonresidents
From the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks -- After  the  initial Kansas nonresident deer permit drawing in May, there were 4,016 permits left in 12 deer management units for the 2010 season. Permits became for sale a first-come, fir...

Aug. 10 hearing for NH fish and game rule changes
From the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department -- Proposed Fish and Game rule changes will be discussed at a 10 a.m. public hearing Aug. 10 at the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department in Concord.

Kansas limited youth, novice hunt apps due August 1
From Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks -- Kansas' Special Hunts Program offers a variety of limited hunts, many designed to introduce youth and novices to hunting in an uncrowded setting with good opportunity for success.

Hunters can register for Nebraska HIP program Aug. 1
From the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission -- Hunters may register for the Harvest Information Program (HIP) beginning Aug. 1, according to the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission.

Indiana deer hunting changes gain preliminary approval
From the Indiana Department of Natural Resources -- Preliminary approval yesterday to a comprehensive package of proposed changes to deer-hunting rules in Indiana has been granted by the Indiana Natural Resources Commission. After the public input p...

Florida's general quota permits no longer mailed
From the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission -- Florida hunters need to be aware that beginning this year, quota permits for general gun, archery, muzzleloading gun, family, youth, airboat and track will not be mailed out to successful...

Florida closes deer hunting in Big Cypress National Preserve area
From the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission -- Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission has issued an executive order which will close zones 3 and 4 of the Stairsteps Unit of the Big Cypress Wildlife Management Area to the ha...

Florida deer hunters need new permit this season
From the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission -- Beginning with the upcoming 2010-2011 hunting season, anyone hunting deer in Florida will need a deer permit. The new permit costs $5 and is now available for purchase.

Idaho's early elk seasons open next month
From Idaho Fish and Game -- Some of Idaho's  early elk hunts open August 1, and most of them are antlerless green field  hunts.

Workshop to assist applicants apply for conservation grants
From the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources -- The Minnesota DNR is scheduling a series of statewide workshops in August to explain the application process for $4,210,560 in Conservation Partners Legacy (CPL) grants available this year.

Wisconsin kicks off Operation Deer Watch August 1
From the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources -- Beginning August 1, Wisconsin citizens can join an online reporting system to help track state's deer population and be part of the effort to manage white-tailed deer in the state.

Georgia maps response plan to combat WNS epidemic in bats
From the Georgia Department of Natural Resources -- A response plan to help combat a disease that is killing bats and spreading toward Georgia has been finalized.

NPS seeking hunters to help reduce ND elk population
From the North Dakota Game and Fish Wildlife Department -- National Park Service has started recruiting North Dakota volunteers to help reduce the elk population in Theodore Roosevelt National Park's south unit. 

Women outpace men as new hunters
From the National Hunting and Fishing Day Organization -- More women than men took up hunting last year, according to new net figures from the National Sporting Goods Association.

Grand Mesa observes Moose Day July 31
From the Colorado Division of Wildlife -- Western Colorado's Grand Mesa is home to one of Colorado's newest moose populations, and residents will be learning more about moose on July 3 at Grand Mesa's Moose Day.
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