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Monroe County, Indiana, added to emerald ash borer/wood quarantine
From the Indiana Department of Natural Resources -- A new find of emerald ash borer (EAB), an invasive forest insect that kills ash trees, has resulted in Polk Township in Monroe County being quarantined.  This detection was found as a...

Goose hunters urged to watch for swans
From the Missouri Department of  Conservation -- JEFFERSON CITY—The killing of five trumpeter swans in central Missouri underlines the serious risks involved in failing to identify waterfowl before shooting  Eight trumpeter swans...

A True Trophy
By Jared Moffett -- My name is Jared Moffett, and I am a 20 year old Chemical Engineering student at Mississippi State University.  I bought my bow in 8th grade with money I earned working at a Farmer’s Market in my hometown of Slidell, L...

Trophy hunting smear evolves from fish tale
By Mike Handley -- Never underestimate the power of words or those who wield it. A major news magazine, several newspapers, websites and bloggers last week published stories slamming the practice of "trophy hunting," or so it seemed to ...

Buckmasters Classic Is More Than a Hunt
By Greta Locke -- On Monday, Jan. 19, the Buckmasters crew, along with generous volunteers, gathered for the eighth Buckmasters Classic Life Hunt, held annually for seriously ill and disabled kids and a few select disabled hunters. The event is hel...

A Reward for Patience
By Tim Ragle -- In October 2006 I went on a bow hunt by myself in the northeast Indiana.  I got in my treestand before daylight, and stayed there all morning without seeing any deer. By noon, I climbed down and drove to the nearest gas sta...

Hunting Incidents Decrease in 2008
From the North Dakota Fish and Game Department -- The number of incidents involving North Dakota hunters in 2008 was below the average of the past decade, and nearly half what occurred in 2007. But sadly, two involved fatalities. Jon Hanson, hunter...

Watchable Wildlife Check-off on State Tax Form
From the North Dakota Fish and Game Department -- North Dakota taxpayers with an interest in supporting wildlife conservation programs are reminded to look for the Watchable Wildlife check-off on the state tax form. The 2008 state income tax form gi...

SHOT Show Signals Positive Start for Firearms Industry in 2009
From National Shooting Sports Foundation -- ORLANDO, Fla. -- Buyers, exhibitors and media from around the globe flocked to Orlando for the shooting, hunting and outdoor industry's largest trade show, the National Shooting Sports Foundation's SHOT Sh...

Public comment meeting Feb. 12 for Georgia Invasive Species Strategy
From the Georgia Department of Natural Resources -- SOCIAL CIRCLE, Ga. (Jan. 16, 2009) - A draft plan that targets more than 180 invasive species threatening Georgia’s rich variety of native wildlife is available for public comment. The Geo...

12 Hunting-Related Incidents Reported in Nebraska During 2008
From the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission -- LINCOLN, Neb. -- There were 12 hunting-related incidents in Nebraska during 2008, including one fatal incident, according to Nebraska Hunter Education Coordinator Mike Streeter. The fatal incident occ...

Nebraska Commissioners Approve Grant Applications
From the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission -- LINCOLN, Neb. – The Nebraska Game and Parks Commissioners approved funding of six Land and Water Conservation Fund (LWCF) grant applications, six Recreational Trails Program (RTP) grant applicatio...

Missouri Archery deer harvest sets record
From the Missouri Department of Conservation -- JEFFERSON CITY—Bowhunters checked 44,434 deer during the 2008-09 archery deer season, setting a record and boosting the combined firearms and archery deer kill to 283,253. Missouri’s arch...

Missouri hunters set a safety record in 2008
From Missouri Department of Conservation -- JEFFERSON CITY–Missouri recorded 15 firearms-related hunting accidents in 2008, the fewest since the Missouri Department of Conservation began keeping records in 1963. Conservation Department recor...

Opening Day
By Dwight Freyou -- It was opening day in 2006 on our deer lease in DeQuincy, Louisiana. There was a new 7-acre cut-over off to the right of my stand and a large three-acre acorn section to my right and back of me. At 7:30 a.m. I notic...

A Second Chance . . . or a Third
By Andrew Dew -- It was Saturday afternoon in October. My dad had taken a button buck and my friend had taken a doe that morning. We were doing our usual weekend hunting in Montgomery County, Georgia, on a leased 85-acre piece of property.  It ...

US Fish and Wildlife proposes Wolf Delisting Rule for Idaho & Montana
From U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service -- The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has proposed delisting gray wolves in Idaho and Montana, but not Wyoming, in a ruling that may take effect in late February. Officials expect the proposed ruling to be publ...

Special Early Spring Hunts Set in Pee Dee, SC
From South Carolina Department of Natural Resources -- In an effort to provide additional hunting opportunity and manage destructive feral hog populations on select state properties, the S.C. Department of Natural Resources has scheduled sever...

South Carolina Federal Youth Waterfowl Days
From South Carolina Department of Natural Resources -- Young waterfowl hunters across the South Carolina will enjoy special days in the field Saturday, Jan. 31 and Sunday, Feb. 1 by participating in Youth Waterfowl Days on private lands and on some...

Distemper taking a toll on Missouri raccoons
From Missouri Department of Conservation -- JEFFERSON CITY—Missourians are seeing more than the usual number of sick or dead raccoons this winter, but the Missouri Department of Conservation says the animals pose no threat to people or to prop...
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