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Arkansas Releases Deadline for Conservation Scholarships
From Arkansas Game and Fish Commission -- Considering a career in conservation? Many fields of study can lead to a career in conservation. Education in law enforcement, fisheries management, wildlife management, public relations, environmental educa...

Arkansas Deer Plan Emphasizes Information, Data Collection
From Arkansas Game Commission -- Nearly two years in the making, the Strategic White-tailed Deer Management Plan of the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission is broad, far-ranging and ambitious. The plan was approved by AGFC's commissioners at their Fe...

Outdoor Educational Opportunities for Missouri Women and Families Abound
From Missouri Department of Conservation -- Women looking to learn outdoor skills can get training at the Discover Nature-Women (formerly Missouri Outdoor Women) workshop June 6 though 8 at the Windermere Conference Center in Roach, Mo. Classes wi...

California Offers Spring Outdoor Opportunities for Youth Archery
From California Department of Fish and Game -- The Department of Fish and Game (DFG) will offer two spring youth archery clinics to individuals who want to learn basic archery skills and spend time outdoors. The classes will include fundamental a...

Minnesota DNR to Issue Expedited Deer-Shooting Permits March 18 in Wannaska
From Minnesota Department of Natural Resources -- Permits for landowners and tenants to shoot deer as part of Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) efforts to help eliminate bovine tuberculosis (TB) from wild deer in northwestern Minnesota...

Nebraska: Tests Show Most Feral Hogs Removed from Harlan County Reservoir Free of Disease
From Nebraska Game and Parks Commission -- Test results on 69 feral hogs removed from Harlan County Reservoir Feb. 23 show the animals were free of pseudorabies, swine brucellosis and porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome (PRRS), according t...

World-Class Archers to Compete in Buckmasters Top Bow Indoor Competition
From Buckmasters Online Sixty world-class archers will compete in the Buckmasters Top Bow Indoor qualifier March 28-30, in Columbia, S.C. The event will be held in conjunction with the 2008 Palmetto Sportsmen's Classic at the South Carolina State ...

Power From Above
By Fred Atha -- My story begins in early September 2006. That is when deer fever begins to set in with my son Jared, best friend Curtis and his son Clay, and me. We start to put up the deer feeders, before we clean out and repair our permanent deer ...

GunBroker.com Registers Millionth User
From GB Investments, Inc. -- GunBroker.com reached a milestone unmatched by any other online firearms auction -- 1,000,000 registered users. Denise Krainock of Paso Robles, Calif., registered as the record setting user on March 4. The landmark regi...

Turkey Hunting Hooks Another Hunter
By Raymond Yearby -- It was the night before the first day of the spring turkey season in Oklahoma. My stepdad was telling me how he had hunted turkey for about 15 years or so before he got his first bird, and that I should not be disappointed if I ...

CWD Tests of Nebraska Deer Along Kansas Border Negative
From Nebraska Game and Parks Commission -- Testing of deer for chronic wasting disease (CWD) along the Kansas border produced negative test results. The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission in southern Red Willow County and the Kansas Department of ...

Sportsmen Successful in Bid to Protect Black Bear Hunt in Florida
From U.S. Sportsmen's Alliance   -- The U.S. Sportsmen's Alliance Foundation was victorious in its representation of hunters' interests in a lawsuit brought by anti's to make black bears in Florida off-limits to sportsmen forever.  The ...

Maryland Deer Harvest Remains Steady
From Maryland Department of Natural Resources -- The Maryland Department of Natural Resources (DNR) Wildlife and Heritage Service recently announced that Maryland deer hunters harvested 92,208 deer during the 2007-2008 season; an increase of less th...

Two for Two
By Anthony Wescoat -- I think that the greatest hunting stories in the world are the stories of firsts. First deer, turkey, duck, it doesn't matter. These are the stories that bring out the biggest smiles, the deepest memories and the most pride. Fo...

Maryland DNR Wants Input from Hunters Concerning Proposed Regulation Changes
From Maryland Department of Natural Resources -- The Maryland Department of Natural Resources (DNR) will hold three public meetings to solicit comments on proposed hunting and trapping regulations for resident game species and selected migratory gam...

West Virginia Schedules Public Meetings to Discuss Wildlife Regulations
From West Virginia Division of Natural Resources   -- The West Virginia Division of Natural Resources (DNR) will hold 12 public meetings across the state in March to provide hunters, trappers, anglers, landowners and other interested parties a...

Vermont Deer Meetings Begin March 19
From Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department -- The Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department will hold its annual public meetings to discuss the state's deer herd and release harvest data from the 2007 season. The first of fives schedule meetings will ta...

Oklahoma Camp Gives Youth Opportunity to Experience Outdoors
From Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation -- Youth interested in wildlife, fisheries and law enforcement can apply now to attend the 10th annual Oklahoma Wildlife Department Youth Camp scheduled for June 2-6, 2008. This camp is free, and you...

Arkansas Game and Fish Reviews 2008-2009 Hunting Proposals
From Arkansas Game and Fish Commission -- Commissioners for the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission were recently presented with proposals for the 2008-2009 hunting seasons. The commission will study the proposals and make a final decision at its Marc...

Pennsylvania Game Commission Hunter-Trapper Courses Filling Up
From Pennsylvania Game Commission -- With the spring turkey season set to open in April, Pennsylvania Game Commission Executive Director Carl G. Roe is reminding all first-time license buyers to make plans to attend a Hunter-Trapper Education (HTE) ...
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