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Monthly Archives: March 2017

Pre-register for Wildlife Expo; Win Huge Prizes

The fourth annual Oklahoma Wildlife Expo is slated for Sept. 26-28, but those planning to attend can pre-register now for the event at wildlifedepartment.com and secure their chance at one of several great prizes. “Tens of thousands of people show up to the Expo each year, but those who take…


Dove Season to Kick Off Fall Hunting in Oklahoma

Largely viewed as the kick-off to fall hunting in Oklahoma, dove season’s Sept. 1 opening day is sure to attract sportsmen to the field, no matter where in Oklahoma they live.  Last year’s dove season took on some unusual qualities. Not only did the 2007 dove season come after an…


Squirrel Season In Ohio Offers Hunters Preparation For Fall Hunting

Season Begins September 1 and runs through January 31 COLUMBUS, OH — Ohio’s squirrel season will open on September 1, providing hunters with an opportunity to take as many as six squirrels each day, according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) Division of Wildlife. A long-time tradition for…


Crossbow Permit Changes Adopted by Michigan Natural Resources Commission

Hunters with permanent disabilities will find it simpler to attain a crossbow permit as the Natural Resources Commission (NRC) streamlined the application process and redefined eligibility requirements at its August meeting in Lansing. The NRC adopted recommendations from its crossbow disability workgroup, which worked for four months to develop new…


Spring Mill State Park to Host Caving Events, Aug. 23-24

Explore the wonders of caves at Spring Mill State Park during the third annual “Gone Caving!” programs on Aug. 23-24. A new event this year is a wild caving trip for up to 12 beginning cavers on Saturday afternoon. Basic caving equipment will be provided. A fee of $10 per…


5K Run/Walk at McCormick’s Creek, Sept. 6

Rev up your running shoes for a 5K Run and Walk at McCormick’s Creek State Park, Sept. 6. The 5K fun run begins from the Nature Center at 8 a.m. The walk starts at 8:15 a.m. Advance registration is $20 and covers the park entry fee and race-logo shirt. Race-…


Indiana Dunes State Park Plans Action Packed Autumn

Catch up with the fall season and all its beauty during many of the activities planned at Indiana Dunes State Park. Whether you’re looking to experience history first-hand, enjoy some lakefront birding, support Hoosier health, or listen to scary stories, there is a little something for everyone this fall. The…


Tennessee’s Morrison Meadow and May Prairie State Natural Areas Walking Tour Scheduled For August 23

Nashville, Tenn. – The Department of Environment and Conservation’s Division of Natural Areas will host a guided walking tour at Morrison Meadow and May Prairie State Natural Areas on Aug. 23.  Participants should meet at 8 a.m. in the Target parking lot off Bell Road near Hickory Hollow in Nashville,…


Horse Riding/Camping Event, Salamonie Reservoir, Sept. 19-21

Saddle up! The Salamonie Riders Rendezvous is coming to Salamonie Reservoir, Sept. 19-21. Bring your horses and camp for the weekend or come out for the day and enjoy the sessions. All are welcome. “This third annual event promises good food, interesting information and a chance to enjoy meeting new…


Michigan DNR Reminds Anglers About Bait Restrictions

As salmon begin making their way up the state’s rivers from the Great Lakes, the Department of Natural Resources reminds anglers that the use of uncertified salmon eggs for bait is restricted in some waters as part of a strategy to slow the spread of viral hemorrhagic septicemia (VHS). “Generally…