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State approves changes for deer seasons

State approves changes for deer seasons

The state Natural Resources Commission approved several changes to deer-hunting regulations at its meeting last month in Lansing

June 2014
Breeding duck numbers hit record high

Breeding duck numbers hit record high

North America’s breeding duck population this spring was an estimated 49.2 million birds, the highest number on record.

June 2014
Don't let fireworks season ruin your pointer or flusher for hunting season

Don't let fireworks season ruin your pointer or flusher for hunting season

Think ahead this Fourth of July holiday weekend to prevent gunshy problems in your upland bird dog

June 2014
American Birding Association to birders: Buy duck stamps

American Birding Association to birders: Buy duck stamps

Duck stamps are one of the most effective conservation tools in the United States, and one birding association is calling for birders to buy the stamps.

June 2014
Pope and Young sanctions use of lighted nocks, bow cameras

Pope and Young sanctions use of lighted nocks, bow cameras

Bowhunters who go afield with lighted nocks on their arrows or who mount a video camera on their bow may now have their buck, bear, bull, or ram legally entered into the Pope and Young

June 2014
Bowhunting warmup for whitetails, bears, and stranger things via 3-D targets

Bowhunting warmup for whitetails, bears, and stranger things via 3-D targets

Archery practice: How many arrows should you shoot during a target session?

June 2014
Waterfowl regulation proposal sent to NRC

Waterfowl regulation proposal sent to NRC

They’re fun, they’re fast, and they head south so early Michigan hunters scarcely get a shot at them.

June 2014
Winter’s toll high on U.P. whitetail herd

Winter’s toll high on U.P. whitetail herd

The cold, snow-filled winter we just experienced – one of the worst on record in Michigan as far as snowfall totals and frigid temperatures – has taken a toll on the Upper Peninsula’s deer population

June 2014
Concerns raised on gun use

Concerns raised on gun use

Natural Resources Commission members delayed action on a proposal that would allow the use of firearms to fill deer management assistance permits during the archery season to give user groups time to resolve concerns about the idea.

June 2014
Rite of late spring: whitetail fawn-drop 2014

Rite of late spring: whitetail fawn-drop 2014

Like clockwork: Freshly dropped white-tailed deer fawns are everywhere in mid-June, which is exactly how Mother Nature intended it to be.

June 2014
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