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Hunting Stories Now Available from the Colorado DOW

The Colorado Division of Wildlife has posted its annual story package for the 2008 Big Game Hunting Season. All media outlets are invited to use these for specials sections, on web sites or in regular publications.   Go to this web site to access the stories: http://wildlife.state.co.us/NewsMedia/BigGameHuntingStories.htm The DOW recently…


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…


Pennsylvania Game Commission Urges Support For License Fee Increase

HARRISBURG – Pennsylvania Game Commission Executive Director Carl G. Roe today offered support for Senate Bill 1527, sponsored by state Sen. Charles T. McIlhinney Jr. (R-Bucks), Senate Game and Fisheries Committee chair, which proposes to increase certain license fees beginning with the 2009-10 license year. “It has been 10 years…


Bluefield/Moultrie Hunt Unit Youth Hunts This Fall

A series of youth draw deer hunts conducted jointly by Santee Cooper and the S.C. Department of Natural Resources will be continued this fall.  Applications will be available August 20.  The deadline for applications is 5:00 p.m. September 19.  Call the Dennis Wildlife Center in Bonneau at (843) 761-8820 or…


Harvest Strategy for Scaup Set

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s Service Regulations Committee met with consultants for the Flyway Councils to begin deliberations on the waterfowl hunting regulations for the upcoming fall season. Among a number of key issues addressed by the Regulations Committee this year was a harvest strategy for scaup. “Hunters are…


Public Comment Perioed on Fisher Management Plan Extended

Due to a technical problem that has been corrected, the Pennsylvania Game Commission is extending the deadline to submit public input on a draft fisher management plan, which can be reviewed on the agency’s website (www.pgc.state.pa.us), to June 11.  A link to the “Draft Fisher Management Plan” in the center…


New “California Outdoors Q&A” column to debut

Do you enjoy California’s outdoors but when questions come up about the fish or wildlife you see, there’s no one to ask? Need help in deciphering those sometimes complicated hunting and fishing regulations? Want tips on where to go to find some of California’s best hunting, fishing and outdoor adventures…


New Hunter Heritage Collector’s Series 2008″ Announced

WATERBURY, VT – A unique new partnership in Vermont between state government, private businesses and an organized sporting group has made it possible for collectors to purchase several high quality products that help celebrate Vermont’s hunting and fishing traditions. The “New Hunter Heritage Collector’s Series 2008” was developed as a…


Free Fishing and Park Entry Day Activities May 17 at Chadron State Park

CHADRON, Neb. –– Chadron State Park (SP), located nine miles south of Chadron on U. S. Highway 385, will host an expanded Free Fishing and Park Entry Day on Saturday, May 17, according to Dave Kinnamon, park superintendent. “The activities will include an expanded fishing clinic for kids, the popular…


National Wetlands Maps Debut on Google Earth

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service maps of the National Wetlands Inventory are now available for viewing using Google Earth. The wetlands inventory includes wetlands data for approximately 60 percent of the conterminous U.S., as well as portions of Alaska, Hawaii, and Puerto Rico. The mission of the Service’s National Wetlands…