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Washington seeks members for Master Hunter Advisory Group
From the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife -- Through Oct. 15 Washington's DFW is accepting letters of interest for membership on the department's Master Hunter Advisory Group, which represents master hunters statewide and advises the depar...

Nebraska hopes antlerless harvest will increase by 10,000
From the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission -- Deer hunting season begins in Nebraska Sept. 15, and the message from Game and Parks is the same as the past few years: More antlerless deer need to be harvested than in the previous year. Officials hop...

Georgia hunters need new deer harvest record for upcoming season
From the Georgia Department of Natural Resources -- The Wildlife Resources Division of the Georgia Department of Natural Resources is reminding all deer hunters, including big game license holders, honorary and lifetime license holders, hunters u...

Georgia's archery deer season opens Sept. 11
From the Georgia Department of Natural Resources -- Deer season is the most popular time of the year for Georgia hunters, with archers getting first draw beginning Sept. 11. Last year, 107,792 archery hunters harvested more than 54,000 deer.

Ohio’s deer archery season opens September 25
From the Ohio Department of Natural Resources -- Approximately 300,000 bowhunters, more than half of all Ohioans who hunt deer, are expected to participate in the statewide archery deer hunting season that opens Sept.  25.

It's a big season for Georgia's smallest turtle
Drought in Georgia's mountains the past two summers dried up much of the habitat for bog turtles, but with wet weather, increased trapping and management efforts, 2010 may be a record season for the smallest of Georgia's protected turtles. Bog t...

New for 2010--NH archery season is bucks only Sept. 15-30
From the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department -- New Hampshire's archery seasons for white-tailed deer open Sept. 15 with an important change. New for this year,  statewide, only antlered deer may be taken by bow and arrow from Sept. 15 to 3...

Hunters encouraged to participate in Hunters Sharing Harvest
From the Pennsylvania Game Commission -- Pennsylvania hunters who are successful in the upcoming deer hunting seasons are encouraged to consider participating in the state's Hunters Sharing the Harvest program. HSH channels donations of venison to l...

Pennsylvania online treestand safety course now available
From the Pennsylvania Game Commission -- Because treestand use is such a popular part of deer hunting season, the Pennsylvania Game Commission is offering hunters a free, voluntary online treestand safety course on its website.

Colorado approves free big game licenses for Wounded Warriors
From the Colorado Division of Wildlife -- The Colorado Wildlife Commission has unanimously approved regulations and big game license allocations to provide free licenses to Colorado combat veterans severely wounded in action while deployed overseas ...

Archery deer season opens Oct. 2 in Pennsylvania
From the Pennsylvania Game Commission -- Pennsylvania's fall archery deer seasons  open statewide, including WMUs 2B, 5C and 5D, for antlered or antlerless deer beginning Oct. 2 through Nov. 13. The late statewide archery deer season is Dec. 27...

Fall turkey season opens Sept. 15 in Nebraska
From the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission -- Fall turkey season opens Sept. 15 across Nebraska. Getting new hunters into the field could be even easier this year with reduced-price permits available for youth.

New this fall, Kansas offers electronic deer registration
From the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks -- This fall, the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks rolls out the first photo electronic deer registration in the nation to help hunters comply with interstate transportation laws, and lessen ri...

Savage’s Distinctive LRPV
It isn’t often we see a new production-grade rifle that by its features reflects a lot of thought went into its design. Such is the new Savage Model 12 Long Range Precision Varminter, a rifle that is the obvious product of input by a lot of knowle...

Ask The Biologist: Are my bucks going nocturnal?
I see quite a few nice bucks on my lease in the summer and early fall, but once hunting season opens, they seem to disappear. Are they leaving the property or just going nocturnal? — Andy, Waycross, Ga.

Silver Strikes Gold
For most people, graduation from high school marks a rite of passage - but to where? Every spring, when thousands of graduates swish their tassels, they know they're moving into another stage of life, but don't yet know what will play on that stag...

Report deer diseases if encountered, Nebraska advises hunters
From the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission -- Nebraska hunters should be aware of the possibility of encountering deer diseases when afield this fall, such as chronic wasting disease (CWD), brain worm and deer lice.

Indiana reverses plans; Newport Chemical hunt to proceed
From the Indiana Department of Natural Resources -- Newport Chemical Depot will hold two one-day archery hunts Oct. 30 and 31, and four one-day firearm hunts Nov. 6, 7, 13, and 14.  The 2010 deer hunt is proceeding after originally being cancel...

Idaho Commission sends open letter to hunters, residents
From the Idaho Fish and Game Commission -- Wildlife managers and biologists agree that the wolf population in Idaho recovered years ago, and that wolf numbers now need to be controlled to reduce conflicts with people and wildlife.

NY expands quarantine for Emerald Ash Borer
From the New York Department of Environmental Conservation -- New York has added 16 counties to existing state quarantines that restrict the movement of ash trees, ash products and firewood from all wood species to limit the potential spread of the ...
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