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January 9, 2009

Celebrations, viewing events highlight successful recovery of bald eagles in Wisconsin

Madison, Wis. – Cold December weather causing early ice-up of areas of the Wisconsin and Mississippi rivers is resulting in earlier high concentrations of bald eagles and should make for excellent eagle viewing during three upcoming bald eagle watching events. Sauk City and Prairie du Sac on the Wisconsin River will hold the 22nd annual …

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Shad Season Opens January 1

Social Circle, Ga. – Commercial shad season runs from 6 a.m. on Thursday, Jan. 1, 2009 through midnight on Tuesday, March 31, according to the Georgia Department of Natural Resources’ Wildlife Resources Division. Regulations for the 2009 commercial shad season are the same as the 2008 regulations. The Altamaha River, including the Oconee and Ocmulgee

TWRC Search Committee Announces Schedule to Fill Executive Director’s Position

The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Commission has announced its schedule to fill the Executive Director’s position of the TWRA. TWRA Executive Director Gary Myers announced his retirement in October, effective March 1, 2009. Mitchell S. Parks, Search Committee Chairman, has announced the following schedule: To Whom It May Concern: The meeting schedule of the TWRC Search

Hunters Asked to Respond to Surveys

Pierre, S.D. – While hunting seasons may be concluding, the South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks Department is beginning the difficult process of determining the past year’s big game harvest as part of planning for 2009 management needs. GFP determines how many animals were harvested through survey information submitted by hunters. “Not every hunter will

TWRA Receives Southeastern RC&D Supporting Organization Award

NASHVILLE — The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency has received the award for Outstanding Supporting Organization in the Southeastern Resources, Conservation, and Development (RC&D) region which consists of nine states. TWRA has provided assistance with a number of projects through Tennessee’s individual RC&D councils. However, the focus of the award is for the Agency’s enduring assistance

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