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Supreme Court Case Could Strike Down Use of Graphic Animal Cruelty Photos for Commercial Gain
From U.S. Sportsmen’s Alliance --The anti-hunters may not be able to use graphic photos and video to sensationalize cases of alleged animal cruelty if a court ruling stands. The U.S. Supreme Court will decide a case that strikes down the use...

West Virginia DNR to Participate in Hunting & Fishing Show
From West Virginia Division of Natural Resources -- The West Virginia DNR encourages hunters and anglers to attend the 2009 West Virginia Hunting and Fishing Show sponsored by the West Virginia Trophy Hunters Association, according to DNR Director...

Permits Available for Nebraska 2009 Spring Turkey Hunting
From Nebraska Game and Parks Commission -- LINCOLN, Neb. - Permits for the 2009 spring turkey hunting seasons now may be purchased, according to the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission. Hunters will have more opportunity to use them, too. The seasons...

Pennsylvania Trapper Captures New York Coyote
From Pennsylvania Game Commission -- HARRISBURG – Pennsylvania Game Commission wildlife officials are gaining new information about wildlife movements from a State University of New York (SUNY) College of Environmental Science and Forestry r...

Indiana DNR Seeks Suggestions on fish, wildlife rules
From Indiana Department of Natural Resources -- INDIANAPOLIS – The Indiana Natural Resources Commission is seeking public suggestions as part of an ongoing comprehensive review and enhancement of fish and wildlife rules for the Department of...

Gypsy Moth Treatment Public Meetings in Indiana, Jan. 20–28
From Indiana DNR   -- The Indiana DNR will conduct public meetings in Allen, Kosciusko and LaPorte counties from Jan. 20-28, to discuss the presence of the invasive gypsy moth insect, problems associated with infestations, and methods for deal...

Feb. 15 deadline for Sign Up for West Virginia Archery in Schools Program Training
From West Virginia Division of Natural Resources  -- The Wildlife Resources Section of the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources (WVDNR) will host an Archery in the Schools (AIS) Program training on March 3 and 4, 2009, at North Bend St...

Bird Count Surveys Completed for 2008
From Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries -- The Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Recently (LDWF) recently completed bird count surveys in five randomly selected, state Wildlife Management Areas (WMA) as part of a six-year h...

Application Period for Idaho Spring Controlled Hunts open through Feb. 15
From Idaho Fish and Game -- Idaho Fish and Game office reports the application period for spring turkey and spring black bear controlled hunts starts January 15 and runs through February 15. Hunters may apply for controlled hunts at any hunting an...

2009 Wyoming Nonresident Application Booklets Now Available
From Wyoming Game and Fish -- CHEYENNE-- Some 56,000 nonresident big game application booklets for the 2009 hunting seasons were mailed out in late December along with  60,000 postcards to nonresidents who applied online. All nonresidents who ...

Three Northwest Kansas Deer Test Positive for CWD
From Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks -- KDWP awaiting lab results on more samples from 2008 deer season Three Kansas white-tailed deer taken by hunters during the 2008 deer season have tested positive for chronic wasting disease (CWD) in an...

Sylamore WMA helped comeback of deer in Arkansas
From Arkansas Game and Fish Commission -- FIFTY-SIX – For nearly three-quarters of a century, Sylamore has been an important part of Arkansas’s deer picture. The restoration of deer in Arkansas began just before World War II and lasted...

Oklahoma Hunters not waiting on fair weather
From Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation -- With several open hunting seasons and some good fishing to be had statewide, most outdoorsman know this is no time to be suffering from cabin fever. It’s time to be in the field and on the w...

No such thing as safe ice, only safer ice
From Indiana DNR -- Ask anyone who has had the misfortune of falling through thin or bad ice, and most would agree: There is no such thing as safe ice, only safer ice.    “It is a cold and painful lesson that Mother Nature teaches ...

Invasive Zebra Mussels Found in Maryland, Susquehanna River
From Maryland Department of Natural Resources -- DNR Calls on Boaters to Help Prevent Spread of Harmful Zebra Mussels. Annapolis, Md. — The Maryland Department of Natural Resources recently confirmed the presence of zebra mussels in the low...

Arkansas Turkey permit application period is extended
From Arkansas Game and Fish Commission -- LITTLE ROCK – Because of technical problems, the online turkey permit application deadline has been extended to Jan. 23. The process began Dec. 15, but technical glitches had the application process do...

A Most Memorable Hunt
By Kevin Hackenberg -- I have been archery hunting in Pennsylvania for about 15 years yet the most memorable hunt I’ve experienced was during October 2007.  That was the first time I’d ever had someone in the tree with me&mdash...

Honoring Grandpa—Hunting Buddy, Hero, Teacher
By Clint Anderson -- I sat perfectly still and listened to leaves crunch softly in the distance. I knew if I moved, I would be detected and all would be lost. I had waited too long and prepared too hard to risk losing it all now. As I stared into th...

The Early Bird Doesn't Always Get the Buck
By Chris Counts -- Up before daylight, sit all day, don't make a sound and keep a watchful eye.  Every hunter develops a philosophy about hunting white-tailed deer. Some hunt only in the morning; others swear by late afternoon. Some use lunar t...

The 6-Point Squirrel
By Ed Romero -- I haven’t been hunting very long due to my work schedule, but a long-time friend talked me into starting to hunt with him. My boys wanted to start as well, so I began to spend my available time learning the sport and helping th...
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