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Wisconsin hunters should register now for hunter ed class
From the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources -- Wisconsin hunters planning for the late-year seasons should register now for required hunter education certificate courses to avoid being sidelined this fall. The hunter education program offers ...

PA deadline for landowner antlerless deer licenses extended
From the Pennsylvania Game Commission -- As Pennsylvania county treasurers begin processing 2010-11 antlerless deer license applications, license buyers can check the status of their applications thanks to the Pennsylvania Automated License System (...

Delayed NC hunting/trapping rule changes take effect Aug. 1
From the North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission -- The proposed hunting and trapping rule changes approved by the NC Wildlife Resources Commission in March 2009 but delayed for legislative review will go into effect on Aug. 1. Along with these...

Alabama plans Feather, Fins, Fur youth weekend July 23-25
From the Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources -- The  second annual Feather, Fins, Fur Alabama Youth Weekend will be held at Foscue Park in Demopolis, July 23 - 25.

Federal Open Fields program to expand hunting opportunity nationwide
From the National Rifle Association of America, Institute for Legislative Action -- The NRA reports the federal Open Fields Initiative is now in effect and grant money is available through the United States Department of Agriculture for state and tr...

Inaugural arrow flies at new Oklahoma facility
From the Oklahoma Wildlife Conservation Commission -- At its July meeting, the Oklahoma Wildlife Conservation Commission celebrated the dedication of its newest facility with a shot from the bow of two-time National Archery in the Schools Champion M...

Severe weather impact on pronghorns eliminates 2010 season
From the North Dakota Game and Fish Department -- When biologists completed their 2010 pronghorn population survey, census data revealed the statewide population is 37 percent lower than 2009,  and down more than 50 percent from 2008 as a conse...

Down But Not Out
The .257 Roberts is one of those rounds that evolved from the “golden age” of cartridge development. The famous shooting experimenter Dr. Franklin Mann was a very important part of the .25-caliber concept. After much testing, he concluded that the...

The Bear Hunter Went Over the Mountain
I cupped my freezing hands around my mouth, and blew. My breath was a warm fog that dissipated in the morning mist. Turning my wrist, I glanced at my watch – 7:10, another 15 minutes until sunrise. The wind rustled the few solitary brown leaves th...

MO landowners may have $1.9 million to improve migratory bird habitat
From the Missouri Department of Conservation -- The USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service recently unveiled the Migratory Bird Habitat Initiative to maximize migratory bird habitat and food resources on up to 150,000 acres of private land....

NH spring gobbler harvest mimics '09 season
From the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department -- New Hampshire hunters had a good spring turkey season, Turkey Project Biologist Ted Walski reports. The final harvest for the state was 3,667 turkeys. The breakdown was 2,739 adult toms, 909 jake...

Idaho bowhunter education course in Ahsahka
From Idaho Game and Fish -- Beginning archery hunters wanting to pursue game this year are encouraged to register for a bowhunter education course offered in Ahsahka July 17 and 18.

Wildlife Heritage auctioning 5 NH moose hunt permits
From the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department -- Prospective New Hampshire moose hunters have a shot at one of the 5 hunt permits currently open for auction bids.

Wildlife officer meeting includes Flight 93 dedication
From the Pennsylvania Game Commission -- The 29th Annual Conference of the North American Wildlife Enforcement Officer Association July 14-18, includes a tribute to fallen officers and a State Game Land 93 Dedication and Flight 93 National Memorial.

Ohio's plans lottery for 3 controlled deer hunts at nature preserve
From the Ohio Department of Natural Resources -- A random drawing will be held  Aug. 16 to select participants for three special controlled deer gun hunts at Lake Katharine State Nature Preserve in Jackson County.

Indiana's spring turkey harvest best in 40 years
From the Indiana Department of Natural Resources -- Indiana's 2010 spring turkey harvest was the highest it's been since spring turkey hunting began in 1970.

Sgt. Alvin York Lives!
As I belly-crawled to the top of the ridge near Faith, S.D., my heart was pounding - both from excitement, hoping the huge mule deer was still bedded 250 yards over on the next ridge, and from the long 6-mile, mostly uphill stalk. Hunting with Dee...

Big Nasty
In 2005, I bought my third trail camera. The first week, I got some photographs of a tremendous buck in one of my Biologic food plots. When my children saw the pictures, they described the deer’s rack as “big and nasty.” That led to our nicknaming...

Indiana gift certificates for hunting, trapping or fishing licenses
From the Indiana Department of Natural Resources -- A new way of gift giving is available to please the hunter, trapper, angler or general lover of the outdoors in recognition of birthday, holidays or any other appropriate occasion with the DNR's ne...

Time to register for NH Becoming an Outdoors Woman program
From New Hampshire Fish and Game Department -- For women who want to learn outdoor skills in the supportive company of other women, there's still space in the fall Becoming an Outdoors-Woman (BOW) weekend workshop Sept. 10-12, at Rockywold/Deephaven...
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