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Volunteer instructors, hunters’ dedication behind fatality-free gun-deer season

Remember to sign up for your hunter safety class MADISON – Hunting history repeated itself in Wisconsin 2010 – and the head of the state’s hunter education program is looking for a repeat performance in 2011. “Wisconsin ended its 2010 gun-deer season free of hunter fatalities,” Department of Natural Resources…


Ohio’s Outdoor Burning Restrictions begin March 1

Spring ushers in Wildfire Season COLUMBUS, OH – Ohioans are urged to be aware of the state’s outdoor burning regulations and take necessary precautions if they are planning to burn debris, according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR), Division of Forestry. Ohio law states that outdoor debris burning…


Free hunter safety Internet-completion course in Wakulla County, FL

The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) is offering a free hunter safety Internet-completion course in Wakulla County. The course will be at the Wakulla County Sheriff’s Office Otter Creek Range, 65 Qualify Lane, Crawfordville. Instruction will take place March 12 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Students must…


Illinois Bicycling Guide

There may be no better place to bicycle than in Illinois. From flat prairie land, to rolling hills, to towering bluffs to breathtaking river and lakefront views — Illinois has it all. If you haven’t been on a bicycle lately, you don’t know what you are missing. Hop on and…


DNR Urges Snowmobile, ATV Riders to Use Extra Caution in Road Rights of Way and Ditches

The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) urges snowmobilers and all-terrain vehicle (ATV) riders to use extra caution this winter when operating their machines in ditches and other areas within road right-of-ways. Vehicle operators should reduce speed in construction areas (particularly at night) and be aware of such hidden dangers…


Michigan DNR Asks for Citizens’ Assistance on Reporting Snowmobile Trail Sign Damage/Theft

The Department of Natural Resources is asking for assistance from the public to report any damage or theft they may witness or are aware of related to snowmobile trail signs. Each fall and during the snowmobile season, 67 snowmobile trail grant sponsors take to the trails to replace stolen/broken signs….


Educators and Industry Partner With Minnesota DNR To Get Kids Outdoors This Winter

How do you get kids involved in ice fishing? Teachers from the Battle Lake and Nevis school districts and members of Ice Team, LLC, set out to answer that question at a recent educator workshop at Glendalough State Park sponsored by the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR) MinnAqua Program….


Hunter Education Courses Benefit Veterans As Well As Beginners

LITTLE ROCK – Hunter education classes are underway all across Arkansas as the various hunting seasons approach. Successful completion of a hunter education course and its concluding written exam are required in Arkansas of anyone born after December 31, 1968. In addition, older persons must have hunter education certificates when…


Dove Hunting Regulation and Safety Reminders

Doves are migratory birds so hunters must use a plugged shot gun with a capacity not to exceed three shells in the magazine and chamber combined. Dove hunters must be registered with the federal Harvest Information Program (HIP). HIP registration is free and available at all locations where hunting licenses…


Stay Safe While Enjoying Wisconsin Waterways Over July 4th Holiday

MADISON – During a typical Fourth of July holiday, more than 1 million Wisconsin residents and visitors take to the state’s abundant lakes and rivers to boat, fish, swim and paddle around. Following widespread flooding in June across southern Wisconsin, people need to exercise even more care than usual, water…