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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
Spring turkey kill leaps 20 percent

Spring turkey kill leaps 20 percent

Hunters registered 41,815 turkeys this spring, which stands as a 20-percent increase from the 2013 spring harvest of 37,804 birds.

June 2014
Grouse survey shows decline in population

Grouse survey shows decline in population

Wisconsin ruffed grouse numbers showed another decline this spring as the popular game bird moves through its normal cycle, but this spring’s numbers are off just 1 percent statewide from last year.

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
Buck-only for 19 forest deer units

Buck-only for 19 forest deer units

Deer hunters in forested areas of the state didn’t have any trouble convincing DNR wildlife biologists – and Natural Resources Board members – that something had to be done to increase deer numbers in the 19 units that were approved for buck-only hunting this fall.

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
Octogenarian hunters put hurt on state’s turkeys each spring

Octogenarian hunters put hurt on state’s turkeys each spring

They say old age and treachery will beat youth and enthusiasm any day.

May 2014
The wild turkey files: Prepping for next year’s hunting

The wild turkey files: Prepping for next year’s hunting

Learn some tactical and equipment lessons from this year’s gobbler chasing and hone your calling skills for 2015

May 2014
Hunting dogs 101: Picking a pup

Hunting dogs 101: Picking a pup

If you’re interested in a new bird hunting canine companion, complete some research on bloodlines before plunking down your cash.

May 2014
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