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The application deadline for Arizona’s 2013 fall draw for hunting deer, turkey, javelina, bighorn sheep, buffalo and pheasant must be received by the Arizona Game and Fish Department by 7 p.m. (MST), Tuesday, June 11. There are three ways to … Read More
A coalition of 24 organizations representing millions of sportsmen and sportswomen nationally and thousands in California this week sent a letter to State Sen. Fran Pavley, chair of the Senate Natural Resources Committee, expressing its united opposition to Assembly Bill … Read More
Indiana DNR Division of Fish & Wildlife biologists are partnering with Ball State University biologists to determine how white-tailed deer fawns move in urban areas compared to rural areas. The study kicked off this spring with more than 30 fawns … Read More
North Carolina legislators are eyeing a $9 million cut to the state wildlife agency’s budget due to economic struggles, a move that would result in layoffs within the agency. The $9 million cuts would be for each of the next … Read More
The Tennessee Fish and Wildlife Resources Commission will establish the state’s 2013-14 hunting seasons at its May 30-31 meeting at the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency Ray Bell Region II Building. TWRA officials previewed their recommendations for the 2013-14 hunting and … Read More
White clover is a good source of protein for deer and turkey and should be considered when developing wildlife openings along with cost of planting and maintentance, duration of plant life and usefulness to wildlife species in the area. By … Read More
The Indiana Natural Resources Commission will host two hearings in June to seek public comment on proposed changes to a number of fish and wildlife rules. The hearings will be Monday, June 10, at Mounds State Park in Anderson and … Read More
A recent study conducted by Responsive Management for the Pennsylvania Game Commission shows deer are valued by all Pennsylvanians, including hunters and non-hunters. The study found very positive attitudes toward deer and deer-related recreation. A large majority of Pennsylvania residents … Read More
The Pennsylvania Game Commission is embroiled in a battle of politics vs. biology regarding its management strategy for white-tailed deer. “What we’re doing (with deer management) isn’t working,” state Sen. Rich Alloway, who chairs the Senate Game & Fisheries Committee, … Read More