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Free Workshops for Beginning Upland Game and Waterfowl Hunters Offered in Nevada

Waterfowl and upland game species like chukar and quail provide many opportunities for a hunt close to home in Nevada. Beginners can learn practical skills and tips at workshops to be held this Thursday, September 25 beginning at 5:45 the new Sportsman’s Warehouse in Henderson. The Nevada Department of Wildlife…


Duck Hunting Season Opens September 27 in Wisconsin

60-day season with a split season in the southern zone MADISON – For many hunters it’s time to oil the shotgun, dust off the decoys and dig out the dented old thermos that makes such a fine companion in the chilly hours before dawn. The autumn duck hunt is approaching…


Preserve Fall, Winter Habitat for Quail, Rabbits

Late fall and winter bring “hard times” for small game species like bobwhite quail and rabbits, according to the S.C. Department of Natural Resources. Natural food becomes scarce and resting and escape cover is thin in the fall and winter, according to Billy Dukes, Small Game Project supervisor with the…


Aug 15 Marks the Opening of Squirrel Season in Georgia

Whether still, stalk or squirrel dog hunting is your preference, the beginning of squirrel season is just around the corner. Often revered as a celebrated American fall tradition, squirrel hunting provides the perfect opportunity to introduce youth or a novice to the sport of hunting. Unlike some big game hunts,…


Wildlife Commission Approves $658,640 in Wildlife Heritage Trust Expenditures

During its May 9 meeting in Reno, the Nevada Board of Wildlife Commissioners approved $658,640 in expenditures from the Wildlife Heritage Trust Account for 26 projects that will benefit wildlife and wildlife habitat. This represents the largest single Wildlife Heritage allocation since the program’s inception in 1981. All funds are…


Mountain Lion Hunters Asked To Return Surveys

CHEYENNE– For the first time, all mountain lion hunters who hunted lions during the 2007-08 hunting season are being surveyed as the Game and Fish is seeking more information on mountain lion hunter success rate and the effort being put into lion hunting. “For a number of years, all successful…


DNREC’s Landowner Incentive Program Now Accepting Project Proposals

The DNREC Division of Fish and Wildlife’s Delaware Landowner Incentive Program (LIP) today announced a request for proposals from private landowners seeking to protect, enhance and/or restore habitat to benefit the First State’s species of greatest conservation need.   Projects may range from restoring or enhancing coastal plain ponds for tiger…


Public Input Sought on Environmental Impact Statement For Game Management Plan

OLYMPIA — The public has until May 30 to comment on a draft supplemental environmental impact statement (SEIS) recently issued for the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife’s (WDFW) six-year game management plan. The draft SEIS includes updates to the current plan, developed in 2003 to guide WDFW’s management of…