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January 5, 2006

Groups plan strategy to revive dove hunting

Bill Parker Editor Lansing — Representatives from some 30 sportsmens organizations from across the state gathered at the Michigan United Conservation Clubs’ headquarters in Lansing late last month to begin working on a strategy to protect and preserve hunting in Michigan. Spawned from the attack on dove hunting by the anti-hunting group Humane Society of

2005: The year in review

By Joe Noble Contributing Writer While 2005 started with debate over the new CREP 2 bill and other more contentious political issues, such as an Legislative Commission on Minnesota Resources overhaul, the year witnessed a coming together of waterfowl hunters, environmentalists and conservationists at the April duck rally. The year saw several new record fish,

Meetings contain heavy duck discussion in 2006

By Joe Albert Staff Writer Bloomington, Minn. – It was just a month ago the state’s duck season ended, but waterfowl hunters with duck-talk withdrawal are in luck. The duck discussions are just about to heat up. In the next four months, three events are scheduled in Minnesota that are totally or in part about

Superior plan gets final look

By Joe Albert Staff Writer Duluth, Minn. – Anglers and other users of Lake Superior in general have signed off on a DNR plan to discontinue the stocking of chinook salmon, as well as reduce lake trout stocking, according to Don Schreiner, the agency’s Lake Superior area fisheries manager. The comments about the DNR’s draft

Could Kyoto help the country’s duck numbers?

By Joe Albert Staff Writer Ottawa, Ontario — As Canada works to honor its climate change commitments under the Kyoto Protocol, ducks could be a main beneficiary, says a major conservation group. Ducks Unlimited Canada, with $2.7 million over three years from three agencies of the Canadian government, is researching the extent to which wetlands

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