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Suggestions Sought on Indiana Fish, Wildlife Rules

INDIANAPOLIS – The Indiana Natural Resources Commission is seeking public suggestions as part of an ongoing comprehensive review and enhancement of fish and wildlife rules for the Department of Natural Resources. Substantive rule change suggestions can be made through a Web-based interactive form by going to IN.gov/nrc/ and clicking on…


Now is the Time to Complete Snowmobile Safety Training in Minnesota

Those who wait until cold, snowy weather arrives before taking snowmobile safety training may find they’re too late to enjoy the season, according to the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR). “Some snowmobilers wait to see how much snow is in the forecast or on the ground before taking a…


Minnesota Deer Hunters Encouraged to Buy License Early

DNR Information Center Open Additional Hours This Weekend With more than 475,000 firearms deer hunters in the state, the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) encourages hunters to purchase their licenses early to avoid long lines and any system issues associated with the high sales volume. The 2008 Minnesota firearms…


Georgia DNR Adds DOT Acres to Manage for Hunting, Fishing, & Wildlife

In September of last year, a hunter in middle Georgia called the Georgia Department of Natural Resources saying he had just lost his hunting lease. Opening day was only a few weeks away and he was frantically searching for a place to hunt. Sound familiar? As land is sold, hunting…


First Fish Stocked From Newly Renovated Hatchery in Wisconsin

WILD ROSE – The first fish raised in the new $15.9 million coldwater facilities at Wild Rose State Fish Hatchery are being stocked in Lake Michigan waters this week and next, marking an important milestone for the century-old fish hatchery and Wisconsin’s stocking program. The new facilities were dedicated last…


Special Antlerless-Only Deer Season Opens Today in Michigan

PLEASE NOTE: An earlier version of this release did not specify this is a private land hunt only. This is being re-issued today to clarify. Department of Natural Resources officials remind hunters that a special five-day, antlerless-only deer season begins Thursday in all of Zone 3, the southern Lower Peninsula,…


Cleanup Finished on Popular Blatz Pavilion Lagoon in Milwaukee

MILWAUKEE – The popular Blatz Pavilion lagoon in Milwaukee’s Lincoln Park has reopened for boating and fishing after mud containing PCBs was removed from it as part of a collaborative project between the Department of Natural Resources and Milwaukee County. Planning continues for a larger effort to clean up the…


Iowa’s Becoming an Outdoors Woman Workshop Set for Sept. 19 – 21

Iowa’s annual Becoming an Outdoors Woman (BOW) workshop will be held September 19-21, at the Springbrook Conservation Educations Center, approximately 1 ½ hours west of Des Moines. The 2 ½-day workshop provides women a comfortable environment and beautiful setting to learn outdoor skills they may not normally try. BOW is…


Phone Applications For Black Bear Hunting Permit Begin Aug. 25 For Maryland

ANNAPOLIS – On August 25, 2008, the Maryland Department of Natural Resources will begin accepting phone-in applications from hunters wishing to participate in this year’s black bear hunting permit lottery. Applications will be accepted over the phone at 1-888-579-6768 between 9:00 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. from August 25 through August…


Entire Length of Tunnel Hill State Trail Open Again In Southern Illinois

Sections of Southern Illinois Trail Damaged in Storms Last Winter VIENNA, ILL. – The first phase of repairs have been completed on sections of the Tunnel Hill State Trail in southern Illinois that had sustained significant damage in a series of storms last winter, allowing access to the entire length…