Turkey hunters hearing a lot of drumming this spring, according to RGS state biologist.
Wisconsin – Jerry Davis
Wisconsin morel hunters find the pursuit as satisfying as deer hunting.
Perhaps sportsmen and legislators should consider the ruffed grouse as the state game bird instead.
The Wisconsin DNR is inconveniencing sportsmen in any area where service centers have been closed.
Five-year study one of the largest in the nation; researchers’ goal is to collar 100 deer per year.
In addition to gray and fox squirrels, Wisconsin is home to a few populations of northern flying squirrels and the more common southern flying squirrels in most of the state.
It’s time to start thinking maple syrup in Wisconsin
Grouse once drummed on the ridges and valleys of the Driftless Area; they can once again with proper habitat management
Antlered newcomers causing a little bit of trouble for farmers, game farm operators
Maybe the making of a hunter starts with getting wet, muddy and catching tadpoles
Blind hunter and hunter older than age 90 get some help from selfless assistants
Returning to the backtag requirement would make it easier for landowners to grant permission to retrieve wounded game.
Sportsmen should take advantage of the live chats, but transcripts also archived for later reading
Electronic registration system allows the agency to post weekly deer kills on its website
Take the time to see, hear, smell and taste the change of season
Game wardens have a small supply of plastic bags, small pencil and a plastic tie with a card of information about registering deer
Wisconsin’s fall turkey season opens Saturday, Sept. 17
Hot exhausts near dry vegetation can start fires
It’s still summer, but things, they are about to start changin’
Maybe backlogs weren’t so outdated after all
No license required to fish and no fees for touring a Wisconsin state park
Legislators did not address potential problems of color blind hunters seeing pink as white
Wisconsin’s new electronic deer registration system not so timely with similar harvest stats
Wisconsin’s kids have long been involved in the outdoors at young ages – they just haven’t carried a gun or bow
Mark Witecha has been hired by the DNR to replace Scott Walter as the agency’s upland wildlife ecologist and Farm Bill specialist.
Buying seed can get expensive, but there are other solutions to inexpensive bird feeding