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Small Game Hunting Opens in Minnesota Sept. 13, Blaze Orange Required

Grouse, rabbit, squirrel and partridge seasons open Sept. 13, offering Minnesotans the chance to discover the state’s vast amounts of land open to public hunting, according to the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR). “Small game season is a forgotten pleasure,” said Dennis Simon, DNR wildlife section chief. “It doesn’t…


Now is the Time to Plan for 2008 Minnesota Deer License Options

Minnesotans who intend to hunt deer this fall may want to start scouting their license-buying options now. The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) is reminding hunters that 2008 deer hunting licenses will be a departure from the past.  “We’ve simplified license-buying and a number of regulations,” said Dennis Simon,…


DNR Offers Advice to People Dealing With Beavers

The largest member of the rodent family, the beaver is an active woodcutter and dam builder. But when beaver populations get too high, they cause problems by cutting down valuable trees and flooding roads and property with their dams. Although the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) sets trapping seasons…


2007 Wisconsin Big Game Hunting Summary Available

MADISON – Summaries of the 2007 deer, black bear and turkey hunting seasons along with breakdowns of firearm related incidents, tribal harvests, CWD zone harvests and turkey harvest by county and zone are now available in the 2007 edition of the Wisconsin Big Game Hunting Summary. The complete 90-page summary…


2008 West Virginia Spring Gobbler Harvest Reported

Hunters in West Virginia harvested 9,895 turkeys during the 2008 spring gobbler season, according to Frank Jezioro, Director of the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources (DNR). Preliminary harvest figures indicate this year’s spring turkey harvest was about the same as last year’s harvest (less than 1 percent lower than…


Over 450 Participate in Goose Creek Youth Fishing Event

The 2008 Goose Creek youth fishing event took place Saturday, May 17th with over 450 area residents participating in the activities. The S.C. Department of Natural Resources (DNR) along with the city of Goose Creek hosted the event at the Goose Creek Marguerite H. Brown Municipal Complex. Youth anglers were…


Lowcountry deer management workshop offered May 31

The S.C. Department of Natural Resources and the Salkahatchie Branch of the Quality Deer Management Association will be conducting a one-day Deer Management Workshop on Saturday, May 31 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Webb Wildlife Center in Garnett. The workshop will feature seminars, presentations and field demonstrations…


Celebration of a Conservation Hero May 20 at Wyalusing State Park

BAGLEY, Wis. – The life and legacy of a state wildlife manager who was instrumental in establishing the Lower Wisconsin State Riverway will be honored with a “Celebration of a Conservation Hero” at Wyalusing State Park on Tuesday, May 20. The Natural Resources Foundation of Wisconsin and Department of Natural…


Shooting Two Turkeys Could Mean Double Trouble

POYNETTE, Wis. – Spring turkey hunters need to make sure of their target and what is near it before pulling the trigger, according to state conservation wardens who have reported number of incidents involving turkey hunters accidently bagging more than one bird with a single shot. David Holmes, Poynette, a…