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May 18, 2011

Indiana: What to do if you find a baby or injured animal

By “rescuing” an injured or apparently abandoned baby wild animal, you may doing the opposite of what you seek to accomplish, and breaking the law. This time of year, thousands of animals are born in the wild. With the spread of suburban areas into their natural habitats, young animals are increasingly born near humans, who

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ID: F&G biologist co-editor of book on sage-grouse

Idaho Fish and Game wildlife biologist Jack Connelly is co-editor of a comprehensive volume on sage-grouse. “Greater Sage-Grouse: Ecology and Conservation of a Landscape Species and Its Habitats,” was published this year by University of California Press for the Cooper Ornithological Society. Connelly is principal wildlife research biologist for the Idaho Department of Fish and

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ID: Magic Valley Region Fishing Information May 16, 2011

This report is based on information from anglers, local tackle shops, spot creel surveys and fish manager’s observations. It is a general summary of what others are saying about what fish are being caught and what gear anglers’ are using. Magic Reservoir is full. Fishing has been slow recently due to high, murky water. It

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CO: Jake’s Conservation Field Dai in Brus June 4

DENVER — Brush-area families are invited to take part in the annual Jake’s Conservation Field Day at Doty Park on Saturday, June 4. Presented in partnership between the Colorado Division of Wildlife, the National Wild Turkey Federation, the City of Brush, and 4H Shooting Sports, this all-day event offers a taste of wildlife recreation for

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SD: GFP Collects Fish Eggs for Stocking Lakes

PIERRE, S.D. – A late spring and unpredictable weather did not keep the South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks Department fisheries staff from conducting annual egg operations that are needed to meet the state’s fish-stocking needs. GFP typically begins egg collection in early April, but the operation was delayed a week or more in most

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