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Nebraska Outdoor Expo is May 16
From the Nebraska Game and Parks Division -- Circle May 16 on the calendar—that’s the date of the Nebraska Outdoor Expo in Kearney. Nebraskans of all ages, interests and experience levels are invited to this free event to take advantag...

Georgia DNR Plans Public Hearings
From the Georgia Department of Natural Resources -- Georgia residents can attend any of three public hearings April 14 and 15 on proposed changes to the hunting regulations for the 2008-2009 and the 2010-2011 hunting seasons.  The goal of any...

Co-Existing with Coyotes
From the Georgia Department of Natural Resources -- The distinctive call of the coyote or “song dog” echoes across Georgia, from the more welcoming rural areas of wooded forests and open fields, to the less inviting backyards of metro At...

Apply Now for Nevada's Big Game Tags
From the Nevada Department of Wildlife Information Service -- The Nevada Department of Wildlife (NDOW) began accepting big game tag applications for the 2009 – 2010 hunting season March 20, with a deadline for receipt of applications of 5 p.m....

New Mexico Man Pleads Guilty to Poaching Trophy Whitetail
From the New Mexico Dept. of Game and Fish -- A New Mexico man was sentenced to 57 days in jail and ordered to pay $2,225 in fines and court costs after he pleaded guilty to five wildlife-related charges, including the poaching of a near state-recor...

Our First Season Together
By Jeff Story -- After all my talk about beautiful hunting locations, my new bride, Virginia (Ginni), wanted to try deer hunting. Being in the military (USAF) and stationed in North Dakota, Ginni and I started to prepare for the upcoming seasons. We...

The Gift
By John Porter -- Ask, and it will be given to you; seek, and you will find; knock, and it will be opened to you. October 1, 2006 — Opening day for bowhunting in Maine dawned warm and sunny — not the best weather to harvest venison or...

Benefits of Prescribed Burning are many, but challenges abound
From the SC Department of Natural Resources -- The use of prescribed fire as a land management tool has deep and ancient roots in South Carolina's heritage, but conducting prescribed burns is becoming increasingly challenging . There are a variety o...

Prescribed Burns Scheduled on Public Areas across Nebraska
From the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission -- The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission will conduct prescribed burns on wildlife management areas (WMA), state recreation areas (SRA) and state parks (SP) when conditions are favorable through April 3...

KS Women on Target Shooting Skills Seminar planned May 30
From the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks -- The fourth Women on Target Shooting Skills Clinic will be held May 30 in Lil’ Toledo Lodge. Limited to 35 women, participants must pre-register as soon as possible.  The event is spons...

Determination and a Couple of Hours
By Ron Less Jr.  -- I didn’t start hunting until a couple years after I graduated from college, which is much later than most of my fellow hunting buddies began. My father didn’t hunt, and my mother didn’t like guns or even ...

A Soldier’s Reward
By Jed Sherman -- This hunting story begins in 2004, when I was stationed in Okinawa, Japan. You see, I am a Marine. And that is when I started bugging my wife with constant talk about hunting. Finally, after 3 1/2 years and a tour in Iraq, I got ...

Benefits for wildlife may emerge from ice-damaged trees
From the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission -- RUSSELLVILLE – Extensive damage was suffered by forests of north Arkansas in the February ice storm. But that cloud has a potential silver lining. Workers with the Arkansas Game and Fish Commissi...

Joshua’s First Rabbit
By Nick Fowler -- There comes a time when a father gets a rare opportunity to witness his child take his first step toward becoming an outdoorsman. I was one of those lucky fathers in October 2005.  Dale, a good friend and neighbor, asked me i...

Ten CWD-positive deer reported by KDWP
From the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks -- The Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks reports a total of 10 chronic wasting disease (CWD) occurrences from among almost 2,700 deer tissue samples collected and submitted for lab analysis by K...

Tennessee Elk Hunt Applications Available Beginning April 1
From Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency -- The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency will accept applications from April 1 through May 31 for participation in Tennessee’s first ever managed elk hunt. The elk hunt will be held October 19-23 at...

Bad Weather, Good Hunting
By Wayne Vidler -- Dec. 29, 2006, was a cold morning in Coleman County, Texas, and I was on the downside of the rut. I was hunting all day off a heavily used trail, which led to a winter oat field I had planted the previous September. I had placed ...

A Story by Itself Cannot Stand
By Mike Handley -- An outfitter friend e-mailed a well written story last month about a client’s hunt for a world-class black bear. Along with it, he attached several gorgeous images of the man and his trophy. Six e-mails, a visit to a phot...

There’s Always Room for Luck
By Travis Zufelt -- Long before the general archery season began for our beautiful state of Utah, I had done my homework and put in many hours scouting, somehow making enough time to maintain my regular duties of husband and father of five. I was wo...

Undercover investigation nets 18 arrests in NY black market animal trade
From the New York Department of Environmental Conservation -- An extensive undercover investigation by the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation into the poaching, smuggling and illegal sale of protected reptiles and amphibians led...
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