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August 31, 2006

Geauga may open parks to controlled deer hunt

By Mark Tuscano Contributing Writer Chardon, Ohio — The Geauga County Park District will consider allowing controlled white-tailed deer hunting on several parcels as a proactive approach to population control for the species, said the district’s natural resource manager, John Oros. “It’s going to happen,” Oros said last week. But before it happens, park district

Outlook for bear hunt considered very good

By Bill Parker Editor Roscommon, Mich. — Michigan hunters have killed more than 2,000 black bears each of the past five years, and there are no indications that trend will end this fall. The season gets under way on Sept. 10 and ends Oct. 26. Hunters who were successful in the 2006 bear license lottery

Quail habitat program expands in Ohio

DNR Reports Columbus — Landowners in Franklin, Delaware, and Morrow counties who have cropfields involved in agricultural production may now be eligible to increase their income while restoring important habitat for bobwhite quail, ring-necked pheasants, and other wildlife, according to the DNR Division of Wildlife. Habitat Buffers for Upland Birds, also referred to as CP33,

GLIFWC speaks out on denied duck hunt plan

By Joe Albert Staff Writer Odanah, Wis. – Twelve days after its proposal to increase duck limits and allow baiting on ceded territory was denied, the Great Lakes Indian Fish and Wildlife Commission says it was rejected with ‘polemics and ‘sky-will-fall’ hyperbole.’ For most species, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service proposed to allow about

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