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August 12, 2010

PF&BC buys spring that feeds Little Juniata River

Altoona, Pa. – The Pennsylvania Fish & Boat Commission recently agreed to purchase approximately 50 acres of wetlands in the upper Little Juniata River Watershed in Blair County north of here. The move is seen as an important conservation and collaboration precedent for the agency affecting one of the state’s best trout streams. Although the

Shooting victim: No hunting mishap

DuBois, Pa. – Whoever shot Orlando W. Prosper Jr. and his young son, Garrett, on the opening day of spring gobbler season near here was still at large as of Aug. 1, despite a $2,500 reward aimed at leading to his arrest. Although Prosper is back at work as a DuBois police officer, he said

Michigan Calendar of Events – Issue 17

Banquets/Fundraisers. Aug. 13: Friends of NRA Banquet, 5 p.m., Livingston Co. Wildlife & Conservation Club. For more info call Sarah Harris, 248-821-0815. Aug. 19: Friends of NRA Banquet, 5:30 p.m., Marshall Activity Center. For more info call Kraig Dingman, 269-317-3692. Aug. 26: Friends of NRA Banquet, 5 p.m., Grand Traverse Resort. For more info call Tom Tompkins, 231-218-7314.

Hunters can expect a good bear hunt this fall

Lansing – Bear hunters in Michigan can plan for another year of fine hunting in 2010. “Last year was a pretty good year all around,” DNRE bear specialist Adam Bump told Michigan Outdoor News. “We don’t expect the success rates to vary much. It should be another good year.” Bump said bear densities are generally

Oil spill affecting fish, birds

Battle Creek, Mich – A murky cloud of gloom swirled around the Circle D Wildlife Refuge in Vicksburg late last month. Volunteers and federally licensed wildlife rehabilitators there awaited the arrival of ducks and geese that were coated in oil from the Enbridge oil spill in neighboring Calhoun County. “When they get here, they’re just one

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