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Nevada hunters can now return tags for any reason; retain bonus points
From the Nevada Department of Wildlife  -- You forgot to double check your application and now you have a big game tag for the wrong area. You got the hunt of a lifetime in Montana and now you can’t use your Nevada tag. The Nevada Depar...

No More Tears
By Kenny Evans -- Let me begin by saying that I’m a man of faith. I’m a pastor from east Tennessee, and I thank the good Lord every time I get to the woods, especially when I get to take one of my children along. My wife and I have been ...

Near-record spring season for turkey in Indiana
From the Indiana Department of Natural Resources -- The 2009 spring season harvest was Indiana’s second highest since modern-day turkey seasons began 40 years ago, exceeding the 2008 harvest by 789 birds.         Of ...

Space remaining for kids to attend NY Environmental Education Camps
From the NY Department of Environmental Conservation -- Summer is just beginning, but it is not too late for youth to register for a week of fun and excitement at a DEC Environmental Education Camp. The camps focus on conservation education, imme...

Vermont offers Women Only Bowhunter Class
From the Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department -- The Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department announces the creation of a Ladies Only Bow Hunter Education class that will be instructed by a woman. The Ladies Only Bow Hunter Education class will ...

Kansas landowners needed to provide access for Special Hunts Program
From the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks -- In a joint effort between private landowners and the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks, a number of special hunts will be conducted on private lands this fall.

Indiana Hunting and Trapping Guide now available online
From the Indiana Department of Natural Resources  -- The 2009-2010 DNR Hunting and Trapping Guide is now available on the DNR website, dnr.IN.gov.  Within the next week or two, the guide will be available, free of charge, at most DNR...

California report inconclusive on blood lead levels in condors
From the National Shooting Sports Foundation -- A report issued yesterday by the California Fish & Game Commission on blood lead levels in California condors is inconclusive and supports the National Shooting Sports Foundation's contention th...

Dad’s Turn
By Tim Christensen -- The 2007 season was an unexpected encounter between a boy and his dad, and it was much more than one deer. The season opened on a nice, cool morning in November with my oldest son, Charley. It was his second year as an eligible...

Alternative funding source proposed for PA wildlife management agency
From the Pennsylvania Game Commission -- Pennsylvania Game Commission Executive Director Carl G. Roe is supporting legislation sponsored by Rep. Camille “Bud” George (D-Clearfield) and supported by Rep. David Levdansky (D-Allegheny) t...

Crossbow approved for NJ hunting seasons
From the New Jersey Division of Fish and Wildlife -- New Jersey Fish and Game Council to expand the definition of "bow" by removing the prohibition on all draw locking and draw holding devices and by including crossbows in the definitio...

Counts, Pollinator Week raise awareness for important resources
From the Georgia Department of Natural Resources -- Georgia’s Pollinator Week, June 22-28, couldn’t come at a more appropriate time in Georgia. The first of 12 butterfly counts in the state starts this week.

Indiana Orienteering Workshop at Spring Mill July 7
From the Indiana Department of Natural Resources -- The outdoor skill of orienteering can be a life saver. Learn to navigate with a map and compass at Spring Mill State Park’s two-hour workshop, July 7. During this workshop, participants...

Missouri Wildlife Code changes take effect July 1
From the Missouri Department of Conservation -- Changes to Missouri’s Wildlife Code scheduled to go into effect July 1 will affect the availability and cost of youth and nonresident permits.  Other changes will affect areas where the a...

Project WILD Workshop in North Platte, NE July 23
From the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission -- Training is available for adults who would like to teach youth about the natural world. A project WILD workshop will be held July 23 in North Platte, according to the Nebraska Game and Parks Commissi...

Nesting Swainson’s Hawk discovered recently in Louisiana
From the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries  -- The Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries (LDWF) Natural Heritage Program discovered Louisiana’s first nesting Swainson's hawk on June 9 near Holmwood.

The Nuclear Buck
By Walter Madison -- This is a hunting story that shows just how far most of us will go to go hunting and be in the great outdoors. Last November, my work sent me to a nuclear power plant in Surry, Va., to fix a refueling outage. We were working 13-...

Much More Than a Trophy
By Jim Hiles -- Last year, I took my 9-year-old son A.J. with me to southern Ohio to see my parents and bowhunt on a piece of my father’s land. The property consists of two stocked ponds and river bottoms and has a flourishing whitetail popula...

Eleventh-hour Trophy in Wisconsin
By Ryan Allbee -- Having bagged several nice bucks with bow and gun, I consider myself a true trophy hunter. I even preach the importance of passing up immature bucks to friends, family members and neighbors, though the message sometimes falls upon ...

Emerald Ash Borer found in Cattaraugus County, New York
From the New York Department of Environmental Conservation -- The recent discovery of an Emerald Ash Borer infestation (EAB) in Randolph, Cattaraugus County, is the first time the small destructive beetle that infests and kills North American ash...
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