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Five Most Common Hunting Violations

CHEYENNE– Every year as hunting seasons get underway, Game and Fish offices receive numerous questions about various game laws and what hunters can and cannot do while in the field. Some of the questions come from new residents who are not familiar with Wyoming law and how our laws may…


Teal Featured on 2008-09 Mississippi State Duck Stamp

Jackson – When Mississippi waterfowl hunters get their state duck stamp this year they’ll see a picture of a beautiful teal taken by Brandon’s Joe Mac Hudspeth, Jr. The resident $10 state stamp is required by law for waterfowl hunters, along with a valid Mississippi license that covers small game…


New Year Underway For Mentored Youth Hunting Program In Pennsylvania

HARRISBURG – Pennsylvania Game Commission Executive Director Carl G. Roe today reminded experienced hunters, who have historically helped pass along the state’s rich hunting heritage, that the new license year means another year to begin introducing youths to hunting through the Mentored Youth Hunting Program (MYHP). “Pennsylvania’s hunters have a…


California Outdoors Q&As: Trout, Hunting Radios, Guide Licenses, Size Limits

Question: I’ve just heard that it is against the law for us to keep trout alive in our boat’s livewell while we continue fishing. We’ve often done this in the past to keep the fish alive and healthy so that we can have the option of releasing them later if…


Alabama’s Third Regulated Alligator Season Registration Underway

The Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (ADCNR) announced that Alabama’s third regulated alligator hunting season will be held Aug. 15-18 and Aug. 22-25, 2008 in the Mobile-Tensaw Delta and again at Lake Eufaula on Aug. 21-24, 2008. (In 2007, for the first time, an alligator season was added…


Wildlife Resources Commission Urges People to Leave Fawns Alone

RALEIGH, N.C. – A tiny deer might look cute and very much alone, but the N.C.Wildlife Resources Commission is urging people not to approach, touch or remove any white-tailed fawns lying in the brush. At the peak of fawning season in May and June, people might see fawns left alone…