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Wyoming Walk-in Hunting Atlas Now Available

CASPER– The 2008 walk-in hunting atlas is now available featuring hundreds of walk-in areas and thousands of acres where hunters can access private lands for a variety of species.    Hunters can obtain a copy of the walk-in atlas at Game and Fish offices and license agents throughout the state. Game…


Fawning Time is Here: Leave Them Alone!

JACKSON – July is traditionally a time in Mississippi when white-tailed deer fawns begin to appear. Each year human encounters with these new-born deer occur and questions arise as to the wellbeing of the fawn. “Starting in July we begin to get phone calls and reports of fawns being found…


What You Should Know If You Find a Seemingly Abandoned Fawn

The end of May marks the beginning of the fawning season in Delaware, with most born during the last week of May through the first week of June. Some fawns will be born as late as August. Each year around this time, the Division of Fish and Wildlife receives numerous…


Want Giant Catfish? No Need to Wait for Summer – the Action Starts Now

Mention the words giant catfish and most anglers will turn their thoughts toward hot and humid summer weather, late night fishing excursions, and the potent aroma of fermenting stink bait. And while it’s true that Iowa’s own Mister Whiskers does indeed love the spa atmosphere, the sport of catfishing does…


Deer don’t make good pets, so don’t adopt a ‘lost’ fawn

If a deer fawn is found alone in the woods, leave it there, advises a state wildlife biologist. Its mother has not abandoned it; she is probably nearby. “Many people who come upon a solitary spotted fawn in the woods or along a roadway mistakenly assume the animal has been…


Spring Bighorn Sheep Survey Shows Healthy Population

Western North Dakota’s bighorn sheep population is in good shape, based on observations during the North Dakota Game and Fish Department’s annual bighorn sheep survey in March. Brett Wiedmann, department big game biologist in Dickinson, said biologists counted 282 bighorn sheep – 93 rams, 147 ewes and 42 lambs. This…