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W.Va. BOW program plans spring workshop April 23-25
From the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources -- The West Virginia Division of Natural Resources spring Becoming an Outdoors-Woman Workshop will be held at the Canaan Valley Resort State Park April 23-25.

Proposed legislation could ban all ammunition in Vermont
From the National Rifle Association Institute for Legislative Action    -- The Vermont House Fish, Wildlife & Water Resources Committee  is currently considering legislation (H. 484) which could potentially ban the sale and use ...

Mini-grants available for SD shooting sport programs
From the South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks Department    -- Beginning Feb. 1, new shooting sport mini-grants will be available for organizations involved in shooting sports. The grants from the South Dakota Game, Fish & Parks Depart...

Pa. Proposes 2010-11 Hunting Seasons
From the Pa. Game Commission -- The Pennsylvania Board of Game Commissioners today gave preliminary approval to hunting and trapping seasons and bag limits for 2010-11, including broad changes to deer, bear, turkey and small game seasons.

Pa. to Host Deer Management Open Houses
From the Pa. Game Commission -- For the fourth consecutive year, the Pennsylvania Game Commission is hitting the road to bring six deer management open houses to communities throughout the Commonwealth beginning on Feb. 20 and ending on April 10.

Kansas Landowner Incentive Program applications due March 31
From the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks -- Approximately $159,000 will be available in Kansas’ Landowner Incentive Program (LIP) from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS). The program is designed to help protect and manage priority habi...

Oklahoma kids can apply now for Wildlife Youth Camp July 11-16
From the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation -- Applications are being accepted until April 16 for the annual Wildlife Youth Camp, designed to give youth an increased awareness of protecting and managing Oklahoma's wildlife resources. ...

Arkansas elk harvest up from last year
From the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission -- Arkansas’s 2009 elk harvest was up five animals from last year’s season. During last week’s short meeting of the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission, commissioners were provided a harvest report on the sta...

Maine moose lottery permit applications available
From the Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife -- For the past couple of years, the Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife has encouraged hunters to apply online for the moose lottery through its website, www.mefishwildlife...

NY tree and shrub seedling sale begins
From the New York Department of Environmental Conservation -- The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation's (DEC) Saratoga Tree Nursery has begun taking orders for its annual sale of tree and shrub seedlings. Ordering will continu...

North Dakota reduces spring turkey licenses
From the North Dakota Game and Fish Department -- The state Game and Fish Department is offering 6,640 wild turkey licenses for the spring hunting season, down 495 from 2009. The 7 percent decrease is a result of poor turkey production in the...

Pennsylvania alters fertility control management policy
From the Pennsylvania Game Commission -- During the Pennsylvania Board of Game Commissioners annual meeting Jan. 26, the board approved a change in using fertility drugs as a wildlife management tool, recommended retaining the use of bait in ...

Hunters Helping Hunters
Hunters Helping Hunters, Inc., a not for profit corporation that schedules events for the disabled, put on a hunt for Disabled Veterans January 22 & 23, 2010 at Mt. Pleasant, Florida.  The nine hunters participated in the weekend h...

That’s a Big Bird! Whooping it up
What is yellow-eyed, red-faced and considered a great dancer?  A whooping crane! The endangered whooping crane is the tallest bird in North America. Whooping cranes, also called whoopers, can be found in Canada, Texas, Wisconsin, Nebraska and F...

Wisconsin 2010 spring turkey hunt news round-up
From the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources    -- Season to run April 14 – May 23; Youth turkey hunt set for April 10-11 More than 149,000 permits will be issued for the spring 2010 Wisconsin wild turkey season through the spring...

Iowans help keep track of imperiled wildlife
From the Iowa Department of Natural Resources -- It’s 10 o’clock on a summer night along a gravel road anywhere in Iowa.  The fireflies put on a spectacular light show and the night is calm except for the raucous chorus of male frogs making the...

Desert Big Horn Sheep Two Miles High
By Bob Burgess -- The month of November arrived to find me preparing to head for Nevada and my chance to hunt for a desert big horn sheep. The permit to hunt for these sheep is one of the most difficult of all the big game permits to obtain. Each ye...

NWTF mentored youth turkey applications due Feb. 15
From the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources -- First-time youth turkey hunters ages 12 to 17 have the chance to go afield this spring and learn from an experienced National Wild Turkey Federation (NWTF) volunteer.

Brandywine hunt yields venison for Delaware food banks
From the Delaware Dept. of Natural Resources & Environmental Control    -- The annual two-day managed deer hunt held in December in Brandywine Creek State Park drew 48 hunters who harvested 28 deer, sending about 630 pounds of v...

Nebraska reduces number of spring turkey licenses
From the Nebraska Game and Fish Department -- The state Game and Fish Department is offering 6,640 wild turkey licenses for the spring hunting season, down 495 from 2009. The 7 percent decrease is a result of poor turkey production in the badlands ...
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