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Monthly Archives: September 2013

Game Commission Offers Update On Wild Turkey Banding Study

HARRISBURG – The Pennsylvania Game Commission and National Wild Turkey Federation (NWTF), along with wildlife officials in Ohio and New York, are continuing a joint four-year study to estimate the spring gobbler harvest rates in each of the three states. “In Pennsylvania, as spring gobbler hunters prepare to head into…


Remaining Fish to Be Removed from Roslyn Lake

CLACKAMAS, Ore. – Beginning next week, the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife and Portland General Electric will attempt to remove the remaining fish from Roslyn Lake before it is drained. Where possible, the fish will be relocated to other waterbodies. Roslyn Lake, located near Sandy, will be drained over the…


Spring Bighorn Sheep Survey Shows Healthy Population

Western North Dakota’s bighorn sheep population is in good shape, based on observations during the North Dakota Game and Fish Department’s annual bighorn sheep survey in March. Brett Wiedmann, department big game biologist in Dickinson, said biologists counted 282 bighorn sheep – 93 rams, 147 ewes and 42 lambs. This…


Boats Must Display Orange Decals

North Dakota boats displaying a green registration decal have an expired license, reminds Nancy Boldt, boat and water safety coordinator for the state Game and Fish Department. The current registration, which runs from Jan. 1, 2008 through Dec. 31, 2010, is an orange decal. All boat registrations with a green…


Paddlefish Snaggers Reminded of Possible Burn Ban

Anglers planning on participating in the state’s paddlefish season should check with local authorities for possible burning restrictions. Several counties in western and central North Dakota have had burn bans, and recent moisture has allowed some to rescind burn restrictions. If burn bans are in place, open burning, including campfires,…


New Civic Justice Corps Offers Meaningful Summer Conservation Work to At-risk Youth

CATONSVILLE, MD  –  One day after signing legislation that protects Maryland’s environment, the health of the Chesapeake Bay, and helps secure Maryland’s energy future, Governor Martin O’Malley today announced the expansion of the Maryland Conservation Corps (MCC) – the state’s award winning AmeriCorps program – to include a summer job…


Opening Day Approaches for Several Prized Freshwater Species

Walleye, Northern Pike, Pickerel, and Tiger Muskellunge Season Opens on May 3 Catch-and-Release Bass Season is Open on Many of the State’s waters With the opening of the season for many popular warmwater and coolwater gamefish species, fishing season in New York State is now in full swing. The New…


New Hampshire Fish Consumption Guidelines Updated

  CONCORD, N.H. — State officials responsible for monitoring New Hampshire waterways and protecting public health released updated fish consumption advice that includes several new recommendations: Stocked (hatchery-grown) trout are exempt from the statewide advisory; perch are included with other species that have length restrictions regarding consumption; and four new…


Access Facility at Pleasant Lake, Deerfield, To Be Closed May 5 – May 9, 2008

CONCORD, N.H.  — The New Hampshire Fish and Game Department’s boat access facility at Pleasant Lake in Deerfield will be closed from May 5 through May 9, 2008, as the Department completes work on the boat ramp that could not be completed last fall.  Also, parking will not be available…


DNR Seeks Public Comment on Revised ORV Management Plan

State recreation officials today announced the Michigan Department of Natural Resources, in cooperation with the Off-Road Vehicle Trails Advisory Board, has released a revised draft management plan for ORV use in Michigan. Revisions to the plan were made in response to public comments on the initial draft plan that was…