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July 22, 2010

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Edwardsville, Ill. – If it seems like squirrel hunting has gone the way of cane pole fishing and bullfrog gigging, then you indeed are an astute observer of Illinois outdoors trends. Fewer people go nuts about Aug. 1, the annual season opener. But that could be changing, as more adults trying to get their kids …

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Cuffs Issue 15

District 1 – Ashland area No report available. District 2 – Cumberland area Warden Jesse Ashton, of Luck, apprehended a subject running bears with hounds during the closed season (June) near Balsam Lake. The subject had run a bear with three hounds and did not have a Class B bear pursuit license. A citation was

Crossbow debate not likely to end

Albany – Legislation allowing the use of crossbows during the firearms and muzzleloader big-game seasons – as well as a special crossbow season after the late muzzleloader offering in the Southern Zone – has been met with mixed reaction from sportsmen. Some say the bill, amended dramatically from its original writing, doesn’t go far enough.

Wanted: Deer hunters to aid in research

Oshkosh, Wis. – The need to capture hundreds of deer for a statewide research project means there will be plenty of room for hunters to volunteer to help. In fact, their aid might even be considered necessary. “Volunteers will be critical,” said Chris Jacques, the DNR deer researcher who will supervise a ground-breaking deer research

Cuffs issue 30

District 1 – Baudette area CO Jeff Birchem (Baudette) met with a local honey producer about nuisance bear problems. Wolf and coyote depredations were investigated, and wetlands and protected waters violations were investigated. CO Jeremy Woinarowicz (Thief River Falls) worked area angling enforcement and monitored ATV activity. CO Angie Warren (Thief River Falls) worked angling

Coyote attacks prompt response from the DEC

Rye, N.Y. (AP) – The wary but tolerant relationship between humans and coyotes is changing in a New York City suburb, where two attacks on little girls have police officers shooting at the animals and parents keeping their kids inside on summer evenings at the urging of authorities. Years of easy living in the suburbs

Starting soon: restoration work on 7,500 state acres

St. Paul – Another 7,504 acres of wetland and grassland habitat will be restored in Minnesota in coming years, the result of land being approved for enrollment in the RIM/WRP partnership. Funding for the program is from a mix of state (Reinvest in Minnesota Reserve program) and federal (Wetlands Reserve Program) dollars. In enrolling this

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