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Grants available to Arizona hunting-focused nonprofits
From the Arizona Game and Fish Department -- A total of  $30,000 is available in grant funding to assist Arizona nonprofit hunting organizations implement hands-on events for first-time hunters.

31,000 ND deer lottery antlerless licenses remain
From North Dakota Game and Fish -- North Dakota's deer gun lottery individual results are available online at the state Game and Fish Department's website.  Successful applicants will receive their license by mail in mid-July.

1,500 Utah youth archery deer permits on sale July 8
From the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources -- Hunters 18 years of age or younger on Aug. 21, 2010, can still get a permit to hunt buck deer in Utah this fall. Starting at 7 a.m. July 8, 2010 a total of 1,500 general statewide archery buck deer per...

Utah antlerless results available faster online
From the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources -- The more than 27,000 hunters who applied for a Utah antlerless big game hunting permit for this fall are advised to watch their e-mail closely July 14. That's when they can learn if they drew a permit ...

Kansas approves changes to special deer seasons
From the Kansas Wildlife and Parks Commission -- The Kansas Wildlife and Parks Commission approved recommendations June 24 dealing with special deer seasons, as well as the nonresident deer application period, early teal seasons, public land use and...

WV limited resident antlerless deer season apps available
From the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources -- Applications for the 2010 antlerless deer season are now available at all West Virginia Division of Natural Resources district offices, Elkins Operations Center and South Charleston Headquarter...

350 permits available to hunt Florida's Nassau WMA
From the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission -- Florida residents looking for a place to hunt this fall, still have a chance to get a recreational use permit for the Nassau Wildlife Management Area (WMA) during the upcoming hunting sea...

Wisconsin has new rules for feral pigs, wolf-dog hybrids, mute swans
From the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources -- New rules are going into effect this summer in Wisconsin to prevent new introductions of three invasive species. Under rules effective July 1, people must have a license to possess wolf-dog hybri...

Wisconsin and Illinois agree to mutual CWD goals
From the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources -- Wisconsin and Illinois have reached agreement on guidelines for cooperative management of chronic wasting disease (CWD), the fatal neurological disease of deer that has been confirmed in southern...

USFWS reopens public comment to restrict giant invasive snakes
From the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service -- The public comment period on a proposed rule to designate nine species of large constrictor snakes as "injurious wildlife" under the Lacey Act has been reopened by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.

MA Quabbin deer hunt applications now available
From the Massachusetts Department of Fish and Game -- Applications for the 2010 Quabbin Controlled Deer Hunt are now available on the Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation website

Massachusetts 2009 deer harvest totals in; second highest archery record
From the Massachusetts Department of Fish and Game -- A total of 10,581 white-tailed deer were harvested by licensed hunters during the combined 2009 seasons, according to Deer Project Leader Sonja Christensen.

Zebra Mussel discovered in North Dakota
From the North Dakota Game and Fish Department -- The North Dakota Game and Fish Department has confirmed the presence of a zebra mussel veliger in the Red River between Wahpeton, N.D. and Breckenridge, Minn. The veliger, the microscopic free-swimmi...

Texas issues anthrax advisory; confirm whitetail case
From the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department -- The Texas Animal Health Commission, and Texas Parks and Wildlife Department have issued a summer and early fall alert for ranchers, hunters and anyone who may be going afield in Texas. One case of anth...

Missouri makes changes in deer and turkey hunting regs
From the Missouri Department of Conservation -- The six portions of Missouri's firearms deer season are the same length and order as last year, but a few other details, such as area regulations and availability of antlerless tags and, have changed.

The Colder the Better
You might get lucky in Alberta, weather-wise. A few archery hunters get to tell tales about sun-drenched afternoons, when they wear a long-sleeved camouflage t-shirt and carry a light jacket, just in case it gets a little chilly in the evening, and w...
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