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Emergency Notice: Hurricane Ike News Updates – 9/19/2008

The Texas Governor’s Office is coordinating official communication about Ike for the State of Texas, including TPWD activities. For complete information, see the Texas governor’s web site at http://governor.state.tx.us/, or news media may phone the press office at (512) 463-1826. Check TPWD news releases for information sent by Texas Parks…


Wyoming Game and Fish To Host Hunter Education Instructor Academy

CHEYENNE– The Wyoming Game and Fish Department will host a 3-day hunter education instructor training Aug. 22-24 at the Whiskey Mountain Conservation Camp near Dubois, Wyo. The training is open to pending hunter education instructors and anyone certified as an instructor within the last five years.  The academy is free…


Lake Mead Wardens Prepare For Busy Holiday Weekend, Remind Boaters to Prepare

Game wardens besieged with swimming, boating and other accidents and fatalities are asking boaters to prepare before heading out for the busy Fourth of July holiday weekend. Non-emergency calls are taking more time, and when serious emergencies arrive, wardens are often tied up with something easily preventable, said Lieutenant David…


Drunken Boaters Win A Night In Jail

After being arrested, handcuffed and booked into the Clark County Detention Center for operating a vessel while under the influence of alcohol, there are at least five boaters who will think twice about drinking alcohol the next time they go boating. The five boaters were arrested during an OUI checkpoint…


Game Wardens Report Kids Not Wearing Life Jackets

Despite a law mandating life jacket wear for kids, Nevada game wardens are reporting a disturbing trend on local waterways. Many children are not wearing life jackets while boating. The law was changed early this year upping the age requirement by one year, and now all children under the age…


Motorists Advised of Deer on Roadways

Motorists are advised to remain alert and exercise caution when driving after dark as young-of-the-year deer are beginning to disperse from their home ranges. Increased activity by young deer is a main reason why June is considered a peak month for deer-vehicle accidents. Most accidents occur primarily at dawn and…


New “California Outdoors Q&A” column to debut

Do you enjoy California’s outdoors but when questions come up about the fish or wildlife you see, there’s no one to ask? Need help in deciphering those sometimes complicated hunting and fishing regulations? Want tips on where to go to find some of California’s best hunting, fishing and outdoor adventures…


Boaters Should “Clean, Drain and Dry” for Holiday Weekend; Watercraft Checkpoint on I-5 North Near Redding

The California Department of Fish and Game (DFG) advises boaters to clean, drain and dry vessels to avoid being turned away from lakes and reservoirs. The department will conduct mandatory boat inspections along Interstate 5 near Redding May 22 -23, from 2-8 p.m. each day, and many local waterways plan…


Deer Hunters, Wildlife Managers Agree On Enforcement

LITTLE ROCK – Listen in on a conversation about deer hunting in Arkansas, especially what is needed to improve it, and chances are about 9 in 10 that someone will comment, “They need more game wardens out there.” Wildlife officers, “game wardens” to much of the public keep busy in…