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Rare Antelope Shot; Its Calf Dies Later

The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission’s (FWC) Wildlife Alert program and the owner of a rare desert antelope are offering a combined reward of $750 for information leading to the arrest of whoever shot and killed the addax antelope at Pheenix Farm in Putnam County. The farm owners found…


New Rules for the Ocklawaha Prairie Public Small Game Hunting Area

The Ocklawaha Prairie Public Small Game Hunting Area in Marion County has a new permitting process this year.  In an effort to provide an equitable hunting opportunity, daily quota permits are limited to five per person per waterfowl season.  Additionally, the horsepower limit allowed for boat motors on the area…


Oklahoma Anglers Urged to Take Online Survey to Improve Fishing

As part of an ongoing effort to provide quality fishing experiences for anglers, the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation’s fisheries division works regularly to establish “fish attractors” in lakes across the state, and now the Department wants the public’s input on how those areas impact angling. Biologists with the Wildlife…


Lake Bistineau Drawdown To Begin July 15

Lake Bistineau will undergo a drawdown to assist with the control of giant salvinia, an invasive aquatic plant, beginning July 15, 2008.  This action follows two large-scale herbicide applications utilizing spray crews from around the state where over 4,900 acres of aquatic vegetation was treated, expending a total of 3,656…


Michigan Promotes “Clean Boats Every Day” Initiative

Governor Jennifer M. Granholm has proclaimed June 1-8, 2008, as Aquatic Invasive Species Awareness Week to raise awareness about the need for citizens to take action to stop new introductions and control the spread of aquatic invasive species. Michigan is defined by the Great Lakes and its vast inland waters…


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…