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Sportsmen Since 1967

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Sportsmen Since 1967

November 3, 2005

Special Events

Nov. 5: Red Hook WTU NY Chapter WOMEN ONLY morning pheasant hunt. Dogs and handlers provided. For more info call Guy Tucker, 845-532-6048. Education/Seminars Nov. 4: Hunter Ed Course, Stuyvesant Rod & Gun Club, Middle Village (Queens); pre-register in person; call 718-366-6387 for info and directions. Nov. 4: Hunter Ed Course, Franklinville Conservation Club (Cattaraugus

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Scientists concerned with pintail, woodcock numbers

By Tim Eisele Correspondent Madison — Scientists and researchers who are members of The Wildlife Society shared information on pintails, woodcock, ruffed grouse, and wolves during their September conference in Madison. Much of their discussion focused on the struggling pintail population. Pintail populations are about 38 percent below their long-term average. Karla Guyn, of Ducks

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‘Pre-qualification’ is allowed for ’06 buck

By Kevin Naze Correspondent Madison — Twenty-year Conservation Congress member Steve Oestreicher is stepping down next May from the chairman role he’s held since 1998, but not before hunters get a chance to “pre-qualify” for earn-a-buck (EAB) stickers. Starting this year, hunters can “earn a buck” the following year by shooting an antlerless deer during

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