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April 15, 2009

Limbaugh supports HSUS?

My long-time friend in conservation Mike Sidders alerted me this afternoon to a baffling story involving radio blowhard Rush Limbaugh. The long and short of it: Limbaugh has cut public service announcements supporting the Humane Society of the United States. For details, click the link here, or Google “Limbaugh HSUS” and see a boatload of hits …

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TWRC’s Next Meeting April 22-23

Nashville – The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Commission will hold its regularly scheduled meeting on Wednesday-Thursday, April 22-23, at the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency Region II Ray Bell Building in Nashville. Among the items on the April agenda will be TWRA’s recommendations for the 2009-10 hunting and trapping seasons. The Wildlife Management Committee meeting will offer

A guide to license-buying this fall

On the heels of the first sporting license overhaul since 2002, I bring to you the Smart Sportsman’s Guide to License-Buying this fall. No, there won’t be any coupons available, but the new license structure being what it is, there are a few bargains to be had, thanks to some Eleventh-Hour meddling of the state’s

Let’s expand elk populations in Minnesota!

All state residents have a stake in elk management in Minnesota. So it’s in the best interest of citizens in the Twin Cities and across southern Minnesota to attend a public meeting in St. Paul on Tuesday, May 5. The state’s elk management plan will be the focus of the St. Paul gathering. A similar

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