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NH offers women only hunter education course Oct. 2
From New Hampshire Fish and Game Department -- Women who want to take Hunter Education and prefer learning in the company of other women can take a special Women-only Hunter Education Course this fall.

It is HOT out here!
Early season bowhunting in most any state, especially the South can be HOT. Hot in terms of good deer movement and the temperatures. Sometimes it’s impossible to get to your stand without working up a pretty good sweat.

New Michigan law permits 10 year-olds to hunt deer, elk, bear with firearm
From Michigan Department of Natural Resources -- A change in state law effective Sept. 1 makes it legal for 10 and 11-year olds to hunt deer, bear or elk with firearms in Michigan.

Seasons, dates, regulation info now available toll free 24/7
From Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries -- A free information hotline that covers popular season dates and regulations is now available in Louisiana.

WI deer hunters asked to report deer, wildlife observations
From Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources -- State wildlife officials are asking Wisconsin deer hunters to report what they see or don't see while they pursue deer.

The Thing About Slings
Everything is competition when it comes to teen-aged boys. My buddy Larry could always outrun me, but I had a stronger throwing arm and was a better hitter. He was really quick and could jump like a deer, but I was stronger. Larry was also on the ...

Reporting WV fish and wildlife violations just got easier
From West Virginia Division of Natural Resources -- Reporting poaching and other fish and wildlife law violations just got easier in West Virginia with a new website option for reporting activity that threatens fish, wildlife and critical habitat...

Nebraska hunters have access to deer exchange
From Nebraska Game and Parks Commission -- Deer hunters may provide venison to anyone willing to accept it though the Game and Parks Commission's Deer Exchange program

No special permit required for NJ youth bow hunt Sept. 24
From New Jersey Division of Fish and Wildlife -- New Jersey's Youth Bow Hunt scheduled Sept. 24 allows youth to hunt for one deer of either sex.

Ugly Buckling Grow Up
Starved for sleep, bad hips and knees seesawing, John Shelton stumbled to the bedroom door, which, moments earlier, had been rocking on its hinges with the impact of frantic knocking. Expecting what surely had to be bad news, he twisted the knob a...

This Masked Bandit is up to no good
Do you awake suddenly at night to the pitter patter of little feet on the roof? Do you rise and shine the next morning to discover that your trash has been spread all over the back porch? Who could be the culprit? The raccoon (Procyon lotor) or c...

DE Center offers free practice dates for hunters to sharpen skills
From Delaware Dept. of Natural Resources and Environmental Control -- Hunters looking to sharpen their skills for hunting season can practice their skills or sight in weapons at the Ommelanden Hunter Education Training Center in New Castle.

ND bighorn sheep numbers remain strong
From North Dakota Game and Fish Department -- While three consecutive severe winters played a significant role in reducing many of the state's western big game populations, overall bighorn sheep numbers are strong, according to Brett Wiedmann, bi...

Resident Any Season whitetail permits available over the counter
From Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism -- Three Kansas deer seasons open in September: muzzleloader season, from Sept. 19 to Oct. 2; archery season, Sept. 19 to Dec. 31; and youth/disabled season, which opened Sept. 10 and runs thr...

WV archery deer season expanded
From West Virginia Division of Natural Resources -- Deer, bear and boar archery seasons open in October, with the traditional statewide archery deer season expanded this season from Oct. 1 through Dec. 31.

Can the rut be at different times?
I live in Tennessee and am considering leasing hunting property in Alabama. I have heard the rut in Alabama is in January, is that for the whole state or does it start earlier in North Alabama and later in southern portion of the state? - Shane J...

NE hunters reminded of big game electronic check requirements
From Nebraska Game and Parks Commission -- Nebraska hunters are being reminded of the requirement to check harvested deer and pronghorn antelope electronically this fall.

Register Sept. 16 for Council Grove youth shooting clinic
From Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism -- Council Grove area youth are invited to a free shotgun, pellet rifle and archery shooting and safety clinic Sept. 24, at Council Grove Reservoir.

Landowners, professionals invited to longleaf pine restoration field day Oct. 5
From Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries -- Private landowners, forestry professionals and wildlife biologists and managers are invited to a Longleaf Restoration Field Day Oct. 5 in Long Leaf, La.

Nebraska fall turkey season opens Sept. 15
From Nebraska Game and Parks Commission -- Nebraska's fall turkey season opens Sept. 15 with abundant turkey population and hunting opportunities across the state.
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