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North Dakota plans Becoming an Outdoors Woman workshop Aug. 7-9
From the North Dakota Game and Fish Department -- Women who want to learn more about outdoor activities are encouraged to participate in the 15th annual Becoming an Outdoors Woman Workshop Aug. 7-9 at Lake Metigoshe State Park, Bottineau.

Southeast Quail Study Group honors wildlife biologist
From the Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources -- As far as tasks at hand, Stan Stewart has a steep hill to climb. The wildlife biologist with the Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources’ Wildlife and Freshw...

Missouri’s antlerless and muzzleloader seasons reversed
From the Missouri Department of Conservation -- Most of the 2009-2010 deer and turkey hunting seasons and regulations will look familiar to experienced hunters, but this year’s rules also contain a number of significant changes.

Invasive Northern Snakehead caught by NC angler in Lake Wylie
From the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources -- An angler fishing the Paw Creek arm of Lake Wylie in Mecklenburg County, N.C., caught a 31-inch northern snakehead on April 19. Lake Wylie is located on the border of North and South Carol...

A Battle to Remember
By Jeff Miller -- It was the last weekend of the rifle deer season in North Dakota. My son and I were at my mother’s home for Thanksgiving. We decided to go deer hunting the following morning (Nov. 23), since I still had a doe tag to fill. W...

Ohio seeks young workers to clean up, improve parks and natural areas
From the Ohio Department of Natural Resources   -- The Ohio Department of Job and Family Services (ODJFS) and the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) and have formed a partnership to create immediate jobs for young Ohioans and improve ...

Missourians Cautioned To Keep Camp Groceries Away From Bears
From the Missouri Department of Conservation -- Turkey hunters and other campers would do well to keep their provisions under lock and key, according to the Missouri Department of Conservation.

Bear Sightings Not Uncommon This Time Of Year
From the Georgia Department of Natural Resources -- This time of year, young male black bears are roaming and often stumbling into what is considered non-traditional bear range, including urbanized areas and suburbs.

Alabama’s Coastal Impact Assistance Program Approved
From Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources -- Approval for Alabama’s Coastal Impact Assistance Program Plan was announced April 23 at 5 Rivers – Delta Resource Center in Spanish Fort. This opens the way for the state...

When a Plan Comes Together
By Jake Landon -- November 22, 2008, started off better than the day before. I had missed several big bucks throughout that earlier day, so when I got up on the morning of the 22nd, I decided it was time to shoot some paper. I was using a new shotg...

Wingshooting the Focus of 8-Week Kansas Hunter Ed Course
From the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks -- Kansas volunteer hunter education instructors will conduct an eight-week advanced course in wingshooting beginning Thursday, June 18, through August 6. The course will run from 5:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. ...

Missouri’s Opening day Turkey Harvest Down 14 percent
From the Missouri Department of Conservation -- Sometimes being right is no fun, as Missouri turkey biologist Tom Dailey knows. Dailey, a resource scientist with the Missouri Department of Conservation, predicted the 2009 spring turkey harvest wo...

Pennsylvania Commissioners adjust Extended Bear Seasons
From the Pennsylvania Game Commission -- The Board of Commissioners  gave final approval April 22 to the traditional three-day statewide black bear season before Thanksgiving, extended bear seasons in certain portions of the state concurrent wi...

PA Game Commissioners adopt 2009-10 Seasons and Bag Limits
From the Pennsylvania Game Commission -- The Pennsylvania Board of Game Commissioners has approved hunting and trapping seasons and bag limits for 2009-10, including an antlerless deer license allocation for the 22 Wildlife Management Units and a ne...

Ohio Youth Wins the Federal Junior Duck Stamp Competition
From the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service -- A single wood duck was selected to appear on the 2009-2010 Federal Junior Duck Stamp, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service reports. The design for the new stamp, painted by 16 year-old Lily Spang of Toledo, O...

How Chocolate Milk Almost Cost Me a Buck
By Richard West -- After passing on the first eight does, I couldn’t help thinking how big and fat doe number nine looked. It was Nov. 21, 2008, the opening day of shotgun season in central Illinois, and since I hadn’t yet seen a buck, I...

Ashtabula County leads Ohio turkey harvest on opening day
From the Ohio Department of Natural Resources   -- Ohio hunters harvested a preliminary total of 1,712 bearded wild turkeys on the first day of the spring turkey-hunting season, open through May 17. Steady rain over most of the state kept the...

Salmonella outbreak killing Southern songbirds
From the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources -- Salmonella infections have been killing more wild birds than usual in the Southeast this winter, but the increase does not seem related to the nationwide human disease outbreak tied to tai...

Ohio seeks hunter opinions about a new Hunter Access Program
From the Ohio Department of Natural Resources -- Access to hunt deer is essential to successful deer management.  Because 95 percent of Ohio’s land base is held in private ownership, access to private property is vital to the success of...

2009 Kansas Deer, Antelope and Elk Seasons Approved
From the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks -- The Kansas Wildlife and Parks Commission approved 2009 big game season regulations at a public hearing in Oakley April 16, and established seasons for deer, antelope and elk.
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