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Citizens Committee for Michigan State Parks to Meet Jan. 28 at the Foster Community Center in Lansi

The Citizens Committee for Michigan State Parks (CCMSP) will meet on Wednesday, Jan. 28, at the city of Lansing’s Foster Community Center, located at 200 N. Foster, in Lansing. The CCMSP subcommittees will have working sessions, beginning at 8:30 a.m. The Stewardship Subcommittee will review and discuss the 2009-2019 Strategic…


Proposal Would Change Date to Remove UP Boundary Waters Ice Shanties in Michigan

The Department of Natural Resources is seeking public input on a proposal to change the date that ice shanties would need to be removed from Upper Peninsula boundary waters. Currently, ice shanties are required to be removed from all UP waters by midnight on March 31 of each year. The…


January Texas Coastal Scoping Meetings to Cover Flounder, Shark, Reef Fish, Kayak Guide Proposals

DICKINSON, Texas — The Coastal Fisheries Division of Texas Parks and Wildlife Department will host a series of five public scoping meetings Jan. 6-15 in various communities to discuss potential changes to Texas fishery regulations. At the meetings TPWD will be scoping several items for the upcoming 2009 statewide hunting…


TPWD Sets Panhandle Pheasant Scoping Meetings

AUSTIN, Texas — The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department is asking for public input on possible changes to the traditional first weekend in December opening date for pheasant season in the Panhandle. A series of scoping meetings is set for January to give the public additional opportunities to comment. “The…


TPWD Seeking Public Input on Possible Pheasant Season Changes

AUSTIN, Texas — Any doubts that the Panhandle pheasant hunting season opener is a big deal need only spend some time at the Amarillo airport — it’s their busiest weekend of the year. As multitudes of hunters descend upon the Panhandle for the Dec. 6 opener, the Texas Parks and…


TPWD to Consider Sweeping Deer Hunting Regulation Changes

AUSTIN, Texas -The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department has transitioned away from political boundaries for the purpose of monitoring white-tailed deer populations and toward biologically-based communities or Resource Management Units (RMUs). The department has identified 33 unique RMUs across the state having similar soils, vegetation types and land use practices…


Public Input Meetings Set on Flounder Regulations Throughout Texas

AUSTIN, Texas — The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department Coastal Fisheries Division will be hosting a series of coastwide public scoping meetings to discuss potential changes to existing flounder regulations. At the meetings, Coastal Fisheries Division staff will present the most recent data trends regarding the flounder fishery and will…


Virginia Hunting and Trapping Regulation Meetings Coming Up

Hunting and trapping regulatory issues being discussed Richmond, VA — This month, sportsmen interested in discussing hunting and trapping issues are having their first opportunities of many to influence the next round of changes to the regulations that govern their sports. Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries (VDGIF) Wildlife…


Game Commission Seeks Public Comment on Draft Woodcock Plan For Pennsylvania

HARRISBURG – The Pennsylvania Game Commission is seeking public input for the next 30 days on a draft woodcock management plan, which can be reviewed on the agency’s website (www.pgc.state.pa.us) by clicking on “Draft Woodcock Management Plan” in the center of the homepage.  “We are seeking public comment on the…


Virginians Asked to Review Hound Project Advisory Committee Recommendations

After several months of information gathering, issue identification, and deliberations, the Stakeholder Advisory Committee (SAC) for the Hunting with Hounds in Virginia: A Way Forward process has recommended strategies for addressing issues and concerns related to hunting with hounds in Virginia. The recommended strategies can be viewed on the Virginia…