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April 28, 2009

TWRA Presents 2009-10 Hunting Seasons Proposals at April Commission Meeting

Nashville – The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency presented its proposals for the 2009-10 hunting season at the monthly meeting of the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Commission held April 22-23 at the Region II Ray Bell Building. Although there were few changes to the big game seasons, there was a substantial change proposed to the white-tail deer […]

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Snook season closes May 1 in Gulf, Everglades and Monroe County waters

The recreational harvest season for snook will close beginning May 1 in all of Florida’s Gulf of Mexico, Everglades National Park and Monroe County coastal and inland waters.  The harvest season for snook will remain closed until Sept. 1 in these areas. Seasonal harvest closures protect Florida’s valuable snook populations and help sustain and improve

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Public Asked to Report Sick or Dead Wild Birds to State for 2009 West Nile Virus Monitoring

The Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control’s Mosquito Control Section is again asking the public’s help in monitoring West Nile virus by reporting sick or dead wild birds that may have contracted the virus, a mosquito-borne disease of considerable concern to human health and unvaccinated horses.  Beginning Tuesday, April 28, Mosquito Control requests that

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WDFW will auction shed elk antlers to help fund winter elk feeding

The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) will conduct its first auction of shed elk antlers May 2 to raise funds for its Oak Creek Wildlife Area winter elk feeding program. The auction starts at 1 p.m. at the Oak Creek headquarters building, 16601 Highway 12, west of Naches in Yakima County. Those interested

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Toxic algae closes fishing at Jefferson County’s Anderson Lake

Olympia – Anglers looking forward to trout season’s opening day on Saturday, April 25, are advised that Jefferson County Public Health and Washington State Parks have closed public access to Anderson Lake in Jefferson County due to the presence of toxic algae. Jefferson County Public Health has determined that algae blooms in Anderson Lake are

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May 4 is deadline to purchase big game raffle tickets

Salem, Ore. – May 4 is the deadline to purchase big game raffle hunt tickets for the chance to win a special extended-season tag to hunt deer, elk, pronghorn antelope, bighorn sheep or Rocky Mountain goat. Raffle tickets can be purchased online, at license agents and ODFW offices that sell licenses, or by mail/fax order.

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2009 Delaware Junior Duck Stamp Contest Winners Announced

On March 26, 186 entries created by students in grades K through 12 from all over the state were judged on March 26 in this year’s Junior Duck Stamp Contest. Winners were unveiled April 18 during the Delaware Ducks Unlimited Greenwings Event at Owens Station in Greenwood. YuChen Li, a 15-year-old sophomore and honor student

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