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Formerly Captive Deer, Elk Pose Health Risk to Wild Deer in Iowa

DES MOINES – Iowa wildlife officials have been tracking elk in and around the Yellow River State Forest that are likely escapees from a captive herd in Allamakee County. One elk was killed by state conservation officers last week, but at least four remain at large, which gives state officials…


Becoming an Outdoors-Woman Program Offering Turkey Hunting Workshop April 2 in Portage, MI

Feb. 17, 2011 – The Department of Natural Resources and Environment is offering a Spring Turkey Hunting workshop April 2 from 1:30 to 4 p.m. in cooperation with Gander Mountain. This workshop is part of the Becoming an Outdoors-Woman (BOW) program. The program will be offered at the Gander Mountain…


2011-12 Hunting Regulations Proposed to Ohio Wildlife Council

COLUMBUS, OH – The 2011-12 hunting and trapping regulations proposals were presented January 19 to the Ohio Wildlife Council by the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR), Division of Wildlife.   September 1 is again proposed as the kick-off date for the state’s fall hunting seasons—with the opening of squirrel…


Application Deadline For Bobcat/Elk Guide Permits in Pennsylvania is Oct. 16

HARRISBURG – Anyone interested in applying to be a bobcat or elk guide for the upcoming seasons should submit a completed application to the Pennsylvania Game Commission’s Bureau of Wildlife Protection by Friday, Oct. 16.  Guide permits cost $25 for residents and $50 for nonresidents, per species.  For those who…


What is the 2009-2010 Season Limit on Deer in Arkansas? Four, Maybe

LITTLE ROCK – It’s a common question. What is the season limit on deer in Arkansas? But the answer isn’t so simple. The season bag limit is four deer, provided at least one deer is taken in one of the zones or areas listed below. No more than two may…


Archers Will Find More Mature Bucks This Year in Missouri

Antler-point restrictions, now in their sixth year in some areas, are having a noticeable effect on the size of deer antlers JEFFERSON CITY–Missouri’s top deer biologist says hunters can expect to find more mature bucks when archery deer season opens Sept. 15. Archers enjoy a long season, Sept. 15 through…


DFG Seeks Local Volunteers for Mourning Dove Banding Program

The Department of Fish and Game (DFG) is seeking volunteers in the Blythe area to participate in its Mourning Dove Banding Program. The imprinted bands that are attached to birds’ legs are an important tool used by wildlife managers to help them evaluate mourning dove populations. Band recovery data is…


Oklahoma Wildlife Department to Host Free Cherokee Kids Camp

Parents and kids won’t want to miss the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation’s ninth annual free Cherokee Kid’s Camp slated for June 20. Cherokee Kid’s Camp is held at the Cherokee Wildlife Management Area in northeast Oklahoma. Youth age 15 and under are welcome, and the event is free. No…


Game and Fish Program Encourages Women to Become Outdoor Insiders

CASPER– The Wyoming Game and Fish Department wants Wyoming women to pick up their camera, fishing pole or shotgun and experience the outdoors through the Becoming an Outdoors Woman camp this June. Becoming and Outdoors Woman (BOW) is an outdoor skills program offered by the Wyoming Game and Fish Department…


Colorado Big Game Seasons, Budget, Elk Management on Tap for Next Wildlife Commission Workshop

DENVER, Colo. – Colorado’s big game season structure, Division of Wildlife budget projections and an update on Rocky Mountain National Park’s elk culling effort headline the agenda for the Colorado Wildlife Commission’s February workshop in Denver. The workshop will be held from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Feb. 5…