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Nebraska spring turkey permits available Jan. 10
From the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission -- Spring turkey hunting permits will be available from the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission after 1 p.m. Jan. 10.

Indiana DNR to recommend new deer rules
From the Indiana Department of Natural Resources -- A package of recommended changes to deer hunting rules will be presented to the Natural Resources Commission at its Jan. 11 meeting at Fort Harrison State Park in Indianapolis.

Massachusetts debuts hunt/fish licensing website
From the Massachusetts Division of Fisheries and Wildlife -- MassFishHunt, a new electronic licensing system, has debuted online offering 2011 hunting, freshwater fishing and trapping licenses from the Division of Fisheries and Wildlife as well as n...

Preliminary results show NH harvest down 6 percent
From the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department -- Based on preliminary registration tallies at the close of the season, New Hampshire hunters harvested 9,765 deer in 2010. The estimated statewide harvest was down 6 percent from the 2009 total of 10...

Missouri muzzleloader harvest well above 10-year average
From the Missouri Department of Conservation -- Hunters with front-loading firearms shot 12,940 deer during Missouri's 11-day muzzleloader season, bringing this year's firearms deer harvest total to more than 230,000 statewide.

Utah offers free training for volunteer instructors
From the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources -- Volunteer instructors can make a big difference in the lives of young hunters and trappers. In addition to the hunter education course the state has offered for decades, two fairly new courses-furharve...

NH researchers seek public help in locating bobcats
From the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department -- New Hampshire's Fish and Game Department would like to hear from residents who observe the persistent presence of a bobcat in the area of southern Belknap County, northern Rockingham County, western...

To Hunt a Ghost
-- South Dakota opened its first mountain lion season in 2005. Each year, the stipulations have changed a little, but it’s still a quota-type limit based on the current mountain lion population. In 2007, the limit was 35 lions or 15 females. No lion ...

The Shotgun Slug Knockdown Myth
The buck appeared out of the fog, his slow, deliberate gait bringing him toward my stand at a quartering angle. Oblivious to my presence, he was walking with his nose close to the ground in pursuit of the doe that had passed by seconds earlier. A...

You Just Never Know
I headed into the woods early on Sept. 27, hoping to catch up with a 7-point buck I had missed the previous afternoon. Never in my wildest dreams did I think I’d wind up taking a buck whose rack carried three times as many points and break the state...

Ask The Biologist: Corn, Whitetails & Harsh Winters
At the beginning of winter, the local media was full of articles about lack of food and how the deer would not survive the winter. Corn sales soared at feed stores. Now they are telling us that we are killing the deer and turkeys by feeding them corn...
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