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April 2, 2011

Nebraska State Park, Recreation Area Services Becoming Available

Nebraska state parks and recreation areas are increasingly opening facilities for use and offering services this spring. The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission offers a status update of parks and areas. More updates will be available in the future, and all park information may be found at OutdoorNebraska.org. The following is a status report, as

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Delaware’s deer harvest increases in 2010-11

Weather, additional opportunities credited for increase DOVER (April 1, 2011) – For only the third time in history, Delaware hunters harvested more than 14,000 deer in a single season, with an actual total of 14,183 deer during the 2010-11 season, the DNREC Division of Fish and Wildlife announced today. The total harvest was a 14.4

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2011 Delaware Junior Duck Stamp Competition winners announced

DOVER (April 1, 2011) – On March 21, entries created by students in grades K through 12 from all over the state were judged in the 2011 Junior Duck Stamp Contest. Winners will be displayed on Saturday, April 2 during the annual Delaware Ducks Unlimited Greenwings Event at Owens Station in Greenwood. Maria Ji, a

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Lawmakers try to lift wolf protection despite deal

BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) – Western lawmakers said they will keep pushing to lift federal protections for gray wolves despite a proposed settlement between some environmentalists and the Obama administration. The settlement faces several legal hurdles before it can go into effect, leaving uncertain whether it will be approved before lawmakers act. The deal would lift

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VHS fish disease caused gizzard shad fish kill in Milwaukee Harbor ship canals

MILWAUKEE – A mid-March fish kill of thousands of gizzard shad in the Milwaukee Harbor ship canals was caused by the fish virus viral hemorrhagic septicemia, or VHS, according to results released March 31 from the Wisconsin Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory in Madison. The finding represents the first time VHS has been detected in Wisconsin’s waters

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VHS fish disease caused gizzard shad fish kill in Milwaukee Harbor ship canals

MILWAUKEE – A mid-March fish kill of thousands of gizzard shad in the Milwaukee Harbor ship canals was caused by the fish virus viral hemorrhagic septicemia, or VHS, according to results released March 31 from the Wisconsin Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory in Madison. The finding represents the first time VHS has been detected in Wisconsin’s waters

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