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Illinois Outdoor Hall of Fame Class of 2009 Announced

William Guerrini, Don Hankla, Dwight Hoffard, and George Rabb to be honored next February 28 SPRINGFIELD, ILL. – Four Illinoisans with decades of dedication to enhancing outdoor recreation and natural resources protection in the state have been selected for induction into the Illinois Outdoor Hall of Fame. William Guerrini, the…


Plan to Attend Wildlife Expo at NCSU Centennial Campus

RALEIGH, N.C.  – A free, family-friendly Wildlife Expo will be held  Saturday, Sept. 27, at the Centennial Campus Center for Wildlife Education in Raleigh, part of the statewide celebration of National Hunting and Fishing Day. From 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. there will be programs, demonstrations and activities, along with…


California Fish and Game Tells Hunters to “Keep It Clean” / Avoid Disease

As the upland game and waterfowl seasons approach, the Department of Fish and Game (DFG) reminds hunters to keep it clean when out in the field. “Wild animals are natural reservoirs for a variety of bacteria and viruses. Anyone coming into contact with wild birds needs to practice good hygiene…


Watching Bighorn Sheep in Nevada – From A Distance

Wildlife watching is fast becoming a popular, low-cost outdoor sport, and an increasing number of people want to know where they can go to have a good chance of seeing wild animals. In Southern Nevada, one the most popular animals for wildlife watchers is the desert bighorn sheep — Nevada’s…


Archery Deer Season Opens Sept. 13 in Wisconsin

MADISON — Bow hunters will get the first opportunity to harvest Wisconsin’s premier big game animal this year when the archery season for deer starts on Sept. 13. With a projection of between 1.5 and 1.7 million deer in the state, odds are good that the bow hunters will harvest…


Taking deer from the wild is illegal and dangerous

In the past year, wildlife authorities say, there have been five instances in which “pet” deer, illegally removed from the wild, have turned up in neighborhoods and parks in Northwest Florida. Not only is the practice of taking deer out of the wild to make pets out of them illegal,…


Now is the Time to Plant Fields for Fall Mourning Dove Hunts

Dove hunters still have time to plant fields to attract doves during the upcoming season, according to a wildlife biologist with the S.C. Department of Natural Resources. The mourning dove is the most popular game species in the Southeast, and South Carolina is blessed with an abundance of these speedy…


Mule Deer Mortality Surveys Reap Grim Results

GREEN RIVER– More than 100 volunteers assisted the Wyoming Game and Fish Department with the 15th annual western Wyoming mule deer mortality surveys held near Cokeville, Pinedale, Big Piney and Leroy. Survey coordinator Gary Fralick said the goal of the surveys is to get a sample of winter mortality on…


Lowcountry deer management workshop offered May 31

The S.C. Department of Natural Resources and the Salkahatchie Branch of the Quality Deer Management Association will be conducting a one-day Deer Management Workshop on Saturday, May 31 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Webb Wildlife Center in Garnett. The workshop will feature seminars, presentations and field demonstrations…


Celebration of a Conservation Hero May 20 at Wyalusing State Park

BAGLEY, Wis. – The life and legacy of a state wildlife manager who was instrumental in establishing the Lower Wisconsin State Riverway will be honored with a “Celebration of a Conservation Hero” at Wyalusing State Park on Tuesday, May 20. The Natural Resources Foundation of Wisconsin and Department of Natural…