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April 11, 2011

Missouri’s first group of ‘restoration’ elk scheduled to arrive April 30

Public viewing will be prohibited at first to help assure safety of the confined elk The first group of elk that are part of the Missouri Department of Conservation’s (MDC) elk restoration project are scheduled to arrive in the state on April 30. The 34 elk will complete their 90-day quarantine and final health testing …

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I Just Can’t Stop Guzzling Gas

Living in the northern region of the country means I don’t get to slide my boat off the trailer at the landing for about four months of every year unless I want to see it resting on a thick sheet of ice. Fortunately the ice has melted because I was getting pangs of anxiety every

VT: Turkey Hunting Safety Tips

WATERBURY, VT – Vermont’s 18,000 turkey hunters need to start patterning their turkey guns, checking their calls and thinking about turkey hunting safety. May first is almost as important as the opening of firearms deer season, and while spring turkey hunting accidents are uncommon (last year’s season was incident-free) extra precautions are needed. Camouflage or

A brief history of Asian carp use, Yesterday and Today

 Pine Bluff, Ark. – Asian carp have been migrating northward in the Mississippi River and its tributaries for several years after escaping from southern U.S. fish farms and sewage lagoons during mid-1990s flooding. That oft-used statement, or a derivation thereof, has drawn the ire of a southern university official on more than one occasion. It’s

New N.H. Wildlife Harvest Summary Available

CONCORD, N.H. — Wildlife biologists from the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department have finished tabulating the final numbers for the 2010 hunting seasons, and results are now available in the new report “2010 New Hampshire Wildlife Harvest Summary,” available at The new report provides a complete breakdown of 2010 hunting season statistics, including

FOID card holders private – for now

Hunters and gun owners have retained some privacy – for now. On Friday, lawmakers approved legislation that makes it illegal for the Illinois State Police to release the names of those with Firearm Owner Identification (FOID) Cards, unless gun owners are under criminal investigation. The House of Representatives voted 98-12 to send House Bill 3500

NYS Deer & AR Management Plan Update

NYS Deer & AR Management Plan Update NY Big Game, DEC continues to refine strategies and recommendations in development of a 5-year deer management plan for New York State. We anticipate that the plan will be available for public review and comment by late May or early June. This time frame will also allow us

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