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Kentucky 2011-2012 deer season sees fourth largest harvest
From Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources -- Kentucky's white-tailed deer season ended Jan. 16 with hunters posting the fourth largest overall harvest ever recorded. Good hunting weather may have been a contributing factor.

Aerial moose survey begins in northeastern Minnesota
From Minnesota Department of Natural Resources -- Recent snowfall in northeastern Minnesota has allowed for the start of the 2012 aerial moose survey, conducted every year since 1960, to provide critical data needed to determine the size of the m...

April 1 deadline for ND nonresident any-deer bow licenses
From North Dakota Game and Fish Department -- North Dakota will have 682 any-deer bow licenses available to nonresidents in 2012. However, pending the final proclamation, antlerless mule deer may not be legal to harvest within a large area of we...

Deadline for TN spring turkey quota hunts applications Feb. 8
From Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency -- The Feb. 8 deadline is approaching to submit applications for Tennessee’s 2012 Spring Turkey Quota Hunts.

North Wind Bull
Fall heralds an odd double-reverse migration in the far North Country. The caribou herds begin to form up and head south, while simultaneously, thousands of orange-clad hunters bunch up on the Canadian border for the trek north to meet them. When ...

The Second Moment of Truth
Tanner Wolff was at full draw in a ground blind with the monster buck he'd seen in trail camera photos just 10 yards away. There was just one problem. His arrow was in his lap. "I must not have had it clicked all the way onto the string, or maybe...

Clean your rifle, even if it is brand new
Most deer hunters know how important it is to thoroughly clean their guns following rough weather, multiple shots, or at the end of the season.

DNR program pays landowners to allow public hunting on land
From Minnesota Department of Natural Resources -- Landowners in 21 southwestern Minnesota counties can earn money by allowing public hunting on their private land through the Walk-In Access program.

Researchers monitoring Colorado bat populations for WNS
From Colorado Department of Natural Resources -- Wildlife researchers have seen no sign of the deadly white-nose syndrome in Colorado's bat populations but say monitoring and help from the public will still be needed in 2012.

Webpage helps Utah deer hunters make Switch to 30 hunting units
From Utah Division of Wildlife Resources -- Feb. 1 is the first day applications will be accepted to hunt Utah's five deer-hunting regions which have been split into 30 smaller areas-called units-for the 2012 hunt.
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