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Louisiana Black Bear Reintroduction Program comes to a close
From the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries -- The multi-agency Louisiana Black Bear Reintroduction Program in east-central Louisiana wrapped up its ninth and final year this spring.  The Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fish...

Taking time to honor the father of modern day forest rangers
From the New York Department of Environmental Conservation -- The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) held a ceremony June 16 to honor William F. Fox, the father of the state’s modern-day forest rangers, on the 100t...

23 State Attorneys General oppose semi-auto ban
From the National Shooting Sports Foundation -- Twenty three (23) state attorneys general have signed a letter to U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder, expressing their opposition to reinstatement of the federal ban on semi-automatic firearms. &...

Former SCTP shooter wins Silver at World Cup
From the National Shooting Sports foundation  -- Another former Scholastic Clay Target Program shooter is proving herself on the world stage. Caitlin Connor of Winnfield, La., took home her first ever ISSF World Cup medal last week in Minsk, ...

Vision for Missouri outdoors emerges from summit meeting
From the Missouri Department of Conservation -- Conservation leaders from government, NGOs and businesses produced an outdoor vision for the 21st century in a meeting that produced a historical echo, when conservation leaders met in Columbia May 2...

Scholarships offered for NSSF Voting Members
From the National Shooting Sports Foundation -- NSSF is offering students attending college or vocational school during the 2009-10 school year the chance to win one of twenty-five $1,000 scholarships. Scholarships are limited to candidates seekin...

Sam D. Hamilton nominated for USFWS Director
From the National Shooting Sports Foundation -- Sam D. Hamilton has been nominated by President Obama to be the next U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service director. If confirmed by the U.S. Senate, Hamilton would assume the position last held by Dale Hal...

Pennsylvania Commission plans improvements for Range on SGL 127
From the Pennsylvania Game Commission -- Pennsylvania Game Commission officials will move the location of the present shooting range on State Game Land 127 in Monroe County, to improve public access, maintenance and security of the range.

Exotic Louse found on mule deer near Saratoga
From the Wyoming Game and Fish Department  -- An adult mule deer buck collected from hunt area 80 near Saratoga was found to have a heavy infestation of the exotic louse Bovicola tibialis. This is the first time this nonnative external parasi...

Drivers urged to watch for wildlife in the road
From the Georgia Department of Natural Resources  -- Forget the chicken. Why did the turtle cross the road? In spring and early summer, the turtle may be looking to find food, a mate or a nest site.

Summer is good time to take hunter education
From the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission -- Summer is an excellent time to fulfill a hunter education requirement, and the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission has a number of courses scheduled. While hunter education is required for some hu...

Indiana will launch Hunters Helping Farmers program
From the Indiana Department of Natural Resources -- Deer hunters in need of a place to hunt, and farmers/landowners in need of crop damage relief now have a way to contact each other using a tool developed by the Indiana Department of Natural Reso...

Hooked on Bowhunting
By Anne M. Hall -- I began hunting four years ago, but my initiation to bowhunting came just last season. Before I hung up my bow for the year, I’d arrowed a doe and my very first buck. The morning of Nov. 15 was beautiful. It started off wit...

Deer Central: Generations of Tradition
By Donald R. Biggie -- My story begins in 1955, when I first learned my father was going deer hunting with my uncles. Although only 5 years old, I remember to this day as he left for his hunting trip. The anticipation of the hunt and being with fa...

Time to Renew South Carolina hunting and fishing licenses
From the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources -- It’s time for South Carolina hunters and anglers to purchase their 2009-2010 hunting and fishing licenses. Last season’s licenses expire June 30, 2009.

South Carolina statewide deer harvest increases slightly in 2008
From the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources -- Results of the 2008 Deer Hunter Survey conducted by the S.C. Department of Natural Resources indicate that the statewide harvest of deer last season totaled 248,778, an increase of 4 perce...

Pennsylvania biologists ask residents to assist in WNS monitoring effort
From the Pennsylvania Game Commission     -- Pennsylvania Game Commission biologists and the White-Nose Syndrome (WNS) Maternity Colony Monitoring Task Group are seeking assistance from residents in a national monitoring effort to colle...

Daddy-to-be Finds Nugget Close to Home
By Chris Ford   -- I traveled a lot in 2006, harvesting whitetails in four states: South Carolina, Georgia, Texas and Oklahoma. In 2007, however, I opted to stay closer to home – even turning down an invitation to rifle hunt in Missouri....

SC drought officially declared as ended
From the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources -- The S.C. Drought Response Committee has removed drought declaration for all South Carolina counties.  For the first time since August 2006 no area of the state is under a drought decl...

Arkansas Youth Shooting Sports competition continues tremendous growth
From the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission -- Teams from Harrisburg swept the top spots Friday and Saturday at the Arkansas Youth Shooting Sports Program championships at the Remington Gun Club. The AYSSP is sponsored by the Arkansas Game and Fish...
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