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Hunters’ Lunch at Salamonie Lake in Indiana, Nov. 15

Hungry hunters can head to Salamonie Lake, Nov. 15, when Upper Wabash Interpretive Services will present a hunters’ lunch. Hunters can refuel for the day with bean soup, cornbread, a cookie and a cup of coffee at the Salamonie Interpretive Center between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. and trade stories….

17 Indiana State Parks to Close for Deer Reductions, Nov. 17-18

Similar temporary closings set for Dec. 1-2 Selected Indiana State Parks will temporarily close to the general public for controlled deer reductions twice in the coming weeks. The reductions will take place Nov. 17-18, and Dec. 1-2. The participating parks will close the evening before (Nov. 16 and 30) each…

Quail Hunting Rules Adjusted at 7 Indiana DNR Properties

The long-term decline of bobwhite quail populations has prompted the Department of Natural Resources to adjust the 2008 season dates, hunting hours and bag limits at seven state Fish and Wildlife areas (FWAs). In northwest Indiana, quail hunting will be allowed at Jasper-Pulaski, Willow Slough and Winamac FWAs from Nov….

McCormick’s Creek State Park To Host 5K Run and Walk, Sept. 6

McCormick’s Creek State Park, in cooperation with the Owen Valley YMCA, will host a 5K run and walk on Sept. 6. The race coincides with the Governor’s INShape program. Runners start at 8 a.m. Walkers start at 8:15 a.m. Advance registration is $30 and ends Aug. 29. Advance registration also…

Spring Mill State Park To Host Pioneer Heritage Days, Aug. 2-3

 Step back in time on Aug. 2- 3 in the Pioneer Village at Spring Mill State Park to celebrate Pioneer Heritage Days. During the fun-filled weekend, visitors can explore the life of a pioneer with toys, games, leather working, hog-calling, and other pioneer activities and demonstrations. The annual cornmeal cook-off…

Ouabache State Park To Host Perseids Meteor Shower Party, Aug. 9

Make your wish upon a shooting star as like-minded sky watchers gather at Ouabache State Park to enjoy the annual Perseids meteor shower at 10:30 p.m. on Aug 9. Stretch out on a blanket or bring a folding chair to watch the night sky light up with shooting stars. Learn…

State Parks and Reservoirs Returning to Normal After June Storms

Indiana’s state parks and reservoirs are open and ready for use, according to Dan Bortner, director of the Department of Natural Resources Division of Indiana State Parks and Reservoirs. “All of our properties are open with only a few facilities closed due to high water or storm damage,” Bortner said….

Summer Music Series Coming to Fort Harrison

Featuring dates with the Indianapolis Symphonic Band, July 20 and Aug. 2, a series of free concerts is coming to Fort Harrison State Park this summer.  The concerts are part of a unique partnership that includes the Lawrence Parks Department and Ivy Tech. The concerts will be free, but the…

Lake Manitou Ecozone Public Meeting, May 29

A public meeting is to address local citizens’ concerns raised at a Feb. 28 public hearing to amend the Lake Manitou prairie ecozone rule to make it a permanent rule will by held by the Department of Natural Resources and the Lake Manitou Association. The date of the meeting is…

Interior Department Awards Grants to States to Conserve Imperiled Wildlife

Interior Secretary Dirk Kempthorne announced today the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service will award state and territorial wildlife agencies more than $60 million to help conserve and recover imperiled wildlife through the State Wildlife Grant Program. The grant program is designed to provide annual funding to all state and territorial…