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California DFW Offers One-day Turkey Hunting Clinic in February

The California Department of Fish and Wildlife’s (CDFW) Advanced Hunter Education Program is now registering participants for a turkey hunting clinic to be held Feb. 23 in Kern County. The clinic is co-sponsored by the Hunter Education Instructor Association of Southern California and Tejon Ranch, and is geared to hunters…


Colorado Turkey Talk

DENVER – There are a lot of people talking turkey this time of year. Roasted or deep-fried?  White meat or dark? Do you want stuffing with that? But ask a Colorado bird hunter about turkeys, and you are more likely to hear them debate the Rio Grande versus Merriam’s turkey….


National Wild Turkey Federation Announces Kansas Habitat Projects for 2009

$18,175 allocated for specific projects; another $30,000 for outreach and education ALLEN — The Kansas State Chapter of the National Wild Turkey Federation (NWTF) recently announced selection of the following Hunting Heritage Super Fund proposals for funding 2009 projects in the Sunflower State. These proposals had been evaluated and ranked…


A Nevada Ladies Day in the Outdoors

The Las Vegas chapter of the National Wild Turkey Federation and the Nevada Department of Wildlife are hosting a special outdoor event just for the ladies, and there is still room for those women with an adventurous heart. The “Women in the Outdoors” workshop is scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 4,…


Florida Youth Field Day Promises Family Fun

All school-age kids and their families are invited to a free outdoor program called the Youth Field Day on Saturday, Sept. 13 from 8 a.m. until 2 p.m., at the Ocala Conservation Center in the Ocala National Forest. The event is free and includes a chance to try shooting a…


Three Arkansans Selected for Outdoor Hall of Fame

LITTLE ROCK – Three Arkansans with decades of innovative activities to improve and expand Arkansas’s outdoor resources and the enjoyment of hunting and fishing have been selected as the 2008 inductees for the Arkansas Outdoor Hall of Fame. Gene Denton of Clarksville, Marion McCollum of Stuttgart and the late Carl…


Spring Gobbler Hunters Reminded to Report Harvests

Pennsylvania Game Commission Bureau of Wildlife Management Director Calvin W. DuBrock today reminded successful spring gobbler hunters to submit their harvest report card, as required by law.  If hunters can’t find one of the pre-addressed and postage paid harvest report cards that came with their license, they can use the…


Law – Women in the Outdoors Program

Archery, fly fishing, shotgun target shooting, outdoor cooking, bird watching, crafting with concrete, wine making, tomahawk throwing and self defense: those are just some of the skills women ages twelve and older can learn at the third annual Women in the Outdoors Program scheduled for June 14, 2008 in Huntertown,…


Second Open House Scheduled June 4 to Discuss Release Site For Wild Turkeys

OLYMPIA – The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) has scheduled an informational open house June 4 in Acme to discuss a proposal to introduce wild turkeys to Whatcom County. The public session, the second meeting in a month on the proposal, is scheduled from 6-8 p.m. at the…


Big Game Raffles, Auctions Gross Nearly $560,000

SALEM, Ore, — The 2008 auctions and raffles for big game hunting tags grossed $559,776, of which $335,992 will go to the Access and Habitat program and $189,384 to big game research and management. The auction of 11 big game auctions grossed $344,000, including $87,500 for a bighorn sheep tag…