He's honored for his volunteerism and work with Ducks Unlimited over the past two-and-half decades.
Beginner duck hunters encouraged to attend a free waterfowl identification workshop.
AKRON, Ohio — As Ohio's duck and goose seasons begin, hunters are encouraged to familiarize themselves with waterfowl identification before heading out, according to the Ohio DNR. Ohio waterfowl hunters frequently encounter a variety of species of birds when in…
Clayton working toward a career in wildlife art.
State duck blind spots up for grabs through lottery.
BISMARCK, NORTH DAKOTA — Willie Gloe, chairman of the Fowled Up Chapter in Pierre, S.D., is Delta Waterfowl’s 2017 Volunteer of the Year. He bested a field of seven finalists during a month-long, online vote. Gloe, 36, became a member…
Drawings being held in August for state park blinds.
New counties for longbeards on table; deer seasons topic for Feb. 8 meeting.
Project will enhance 85 acres of popular hunting area
We never hear the phrase ‘Father Nature’ because good moms abound during a north country spring
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service proposal would require non-waterfowl migratory bird to enhance waterfowl image for 2016 contest.
Event runs from March 11-13
Waterfowl hunters must be careful not to spread avian flu
I don’t remember when I successfully called in my first flock of ducks, but I do remember when I first started to learn how to blow a call.
A trio of mallards might teach us more about ducks and waterfowl migration than we could even imagine
Small water opener: Ducks on the mind? Then scout some secluded waterholes now for jumpshooting later
Ohio’s waterfowl hunting zones were simplified for waterfowl hunters after the 2014-2015 season dates and bag limits were approved by the Ohio Wildlife Council on Wednesday, Aug. 20.
Prohibit acquisition with the proposed $10 increase in the cost of the federal Migratory Bird Hunting and Conservation Stamp? No thanks.
North America’s breeding duck population this spring was an estimated 49.2 million birds, the highest number on record.
Some little seen species flew into Buckeye State
A former Bentleyville, Ohio, police officer told a state wildlife investigator “he had made the biggest mistake of his life,” disposing of dead Canada geese and mallard ducks in a popular Cleveland Metroparks reservation.
One hunter has been sentenced and two were scheduled to be sentenced Oct. 31 in an incident that saddened both wildlife officials and hunters
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