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Kansas offers landowners contracts for Walk-in Hunting Access
From the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks -- Signup deadline is July 13 for landowners interested in the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks’ (KDWP) Walk-In Hunting Access Program (WIHA). The program pays landowners to allow public ...

Firearms Sales Figures rise for April
From the National Shooting Sports Foundation -- The upward trend in firearms sales continued in April, marking the sixth consecutive month of significant increases.  Data released by the FBI's National Instant Criminal Background Check System ...

Reminder—Leave young deer undisturbed
From the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries  -- The Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries (LDWF) is reminding people to please leave what may appear to be abandoned young deer alone in the outdoors. Every year the depar...

Missouri hunters check 41,830 turkeys
From the Missouri Department of Conservation  -- Hunters checked 8,738 turkeys May 4 through 10, bringing the total harvest for Missouri’s 1-day regular spring turkey season to 41,830, or 3.7 percent fewer than in 2008.

NC Youth Hunter Education Skills Tournament draws 3,000
From the North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission -- West Montgomery High School, a sophomore effort in youth hunter education skills competition, recently won the senior division at the North Carolina championships. The Park Ridge Christian Sch...

You Could Attend the Buckmasters Classic
By David Sullivan -- Buckmasters American Deer Foundation is accepting bids (eBay auction number 180355583699) for a very special hunt that will place you in the thick of the action on a TV hunt with Jackie Bushman! As high bidder, you and one frien...

Birthday Buck
By Chuck Fenger -- It all started during the 2007 hunting season, when my wife and I were taking our kids to the movies in St. Peter. I decided to take the back roads that night. All of a sudden, my wife got all worked up and asked if I'd seen th...

Ohio concerned about Nature Deficit Disorder for families with children
From the Ohio Department of Natural Resources -- The Ohio DNR has joined with a grassroots organization of Ohioans concerned about children's declining participation in outdoor activities and the subsequent impacts. The team is championing programs ...

Ohio celebrates discovery of native Sugarberry tree species
From the Ohio Department of Natural Resources   -- Sugarberry, Celtis laevigata, a large, broad, fast growing deciduous tree with a rounded vase crown of spreading, pendulous branches, has recently been found in the Chilo and Utopia areas in s...

North Dakota’s deer season applications due June 3
From the North Dakota Fish & Game Department -- North Dakota’s 2009 deer season has been set, with 144,400 licenses available to hunters this fall, a decrease of 5,000 from last year.

Missouri Pond owners can apply now for pond stocking
From the Missouri Department of Conservation The Conservation Department has largemouth bass, bluegill and channel catfish for qualifying pond owners. Landowners who want to turn their ponds into fishing holes have until July 15 to apply for stockin...

Kansas Army Ammunition Plant ‘09 archery deer hunt deadline Aug. 20
From the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks -- The 13,727 acre-Kansas Army Ammunition Plant (KSAAP), 3 miles east of Parsons, will conduct an archery deer hunt on Nov. 3-Nov. 15. Permits will be issued through a drawing.

Georgia changes WMA designations
From the Georgia Department of Natural Resources -- As of July 1, the Department of Natural Resources’ Wildlife Resources Division will have three less wildlife management areas (WMA) in the state program. One WMA will be reduced in size. ...

Common Sense Precautions Key to Avoiding Lyme Disease
From the Iowa Department of Natural Resources -- Iowa woodlands are turning green. For local outdoor enthusiasts, the time has arrived for such things as serious spring birding, matching wits with fan tailed gobblers and, of course, the perpetual qu...

Twenty-Five and Counting
By Randall C Barnes -- Every year, I travel to LaPlata, Mo., to hunt deer with a good family friend and her son.  I take my two boys, and we have a blast whether we take a whitetail or not.  My friend’s 300-acre farm is in CRP and ...

Happenstance or Strategy?
By Joe Cormier   -- Some might say that my 2008 hunting season was anything but ordinary. Well, that's because I’ve got this thing figured out. I’ll let you all in on it, but let me start by sharing the events of my Nov. 11 hunt...

I Got It Honest
By Cody Fouts -- My dad, Gary, and I have been hunting a place on the Pisgah Gamelands in Canton, N.C., for years. We’re in the mountain region of North Carolina where there aren’t really many deer any more. We are the only ones who hunt...

It’s Never Too Late To Start
By Greg Williams -- As a kid growing up in, I had the privilege to be exposed to the great outdoors by my father, uncle and grandfathers. We mostly fished, but my best guess is they took me hunting about two dozen times through my youth. I was somew...

North Dakota Spring Mule Deer Survey Complete
From the North Dakota Game & Fish Department -- The severe winter didn’t have much of an impact on North Dakota’s mule deer population, based on observations taken during the state Game and Fish Department’s annual spring ...

Publication explains urban forestry benefits
From the Indiana Department of Natural Resources -- The U.S. Forest Service’s Center for Urban Forest Research has released a guidebook describing how trees benefit cities in the lower Midwest states, including Indiana.
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