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Horicon Marsh Again Site of Annual Bird Festival, May 9-12

Birders will gather at the DNR Horicon Marsh Service Center HORICON, Wis. – Birding enthusiasts will gather May 9 through 12 at the Department of Natural Resources Horicon Marsh Field Office for the annual Horicon Marsh Bird Festival. This Horicon Marsh gathering is eagerly anticipated by veteran and beginning birders…


PCB Clean-Up May Result in Incidental Taking of Fish From Calumet County Creek

MADISON – Activities associated with the cleanup of PCBs in Pine Creek in Calumet County, may result in the “incidental taking” of a fish listed as a state threatened species under an authorization the Department of Natural Resources is proposing for the project. TRC Environmental Corporation plans to remove poly-chlorinated…


2008 Wisconsin Deer Hunting Season Framework Set

MADISON – Deer hunters in Wisconsin will have a 2008 season structure that includes a four-day October antlerless deer only gun hunt in most “herd control” and all “earn-a-buck” deer management units, under a framework approved by the state Natural Resources Board at its meeting in Madison on April 23….


DNR Plans Public Auction May 21 in West Columbia

The S.C. Department of Natural Resources will conduct a public auction of surplus property and equipment on Wednesday, May 21 in West Columbia. The auction of items such as vehicles, boats, outboard motors, all-terrain vehicles and other equipment deemed as surplus will be held at the S.C. Department of Natural…


DNR Seeks Angler Support For Cobia Research

  The S.C. Department of Natural Resources is seeking help from anglers targeting cobia to collect DNA samples and to donate racks of fish caught in 2008.  Research is underway at the Marine Resources Center to improve our understanding of the life history of this important recreational species.  The samples…


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…


Tree Planting Event in Kalkaska Planned for Sunday

In observance of Arbor Day, the American Motorcyclist Association (AMA) District 14, in cooperation with the Department of Natural Resources, the Cycle Conservation Club of Michigan and the Lansing Motorcycle Club, will host a tree planting event in Kalkaska on Sunday, April 27. The event starts at 9 a.m. at…


Walleye Bag Limits Adjusted for Ceded Territory Lakes

MADISON — Daily walleye bag limits have been revised on 412 lakes in the Wisconsin Ceded Territory in response to harvest declarations made by six bands of Chippewa in Wisconsin, the state Department of Natural Resources has announced. These bag limits are effective between May 3, 2008 and March 1,…


Carl T. Johnson Hunting and Fishing Center Announces Programs for May

The Department of Natural Resources’ Carl T. Johnson Hunting and Fishing Center in Cadillac has announced its programs for May. The center is located next to William Mitchell State Park on M-115. The programs for May include: Float Fishing on Saturday, May 3, from noon to 2 p.m. Morel Mushrooms…


Sponsors Sought for Disabled Hunter Deer Hunts This Fall

MADISON – Landowners interested in sponsoring a gun deer hunt this fall for hunters with disabilities have until June 1 to enroll their property in the Deer Hunts for Persons with Disabilities Program. Since its inception in 1990 the program has been an endearing success, according to state wildlife officials,…