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May 18, 2011

Time to get ‘Ticked Off!’

As much as I enjoy reporting that summer appears to be nearing, the annual warnings about what the season brings with it make me cringe. The ticks are coming! A deer tick bite is no laughing matter. Untreated, Lyme disease can spread into the heart and nervous system leading to palsies and meningitis. Later stages

Land preservation – What the PA Game Commission does best

We have two wildlife agencies in Pennsylvania – the Game Commission and the Fish & Boat Commission. I gladly buy licenses and therefore “support” both agencies each year. Many of you do the same. Since I favor long-term lasting gains over short-term thinking, I’m not always happy about where my license money goes. If we

Do Politicians Really Like to Fish?

I’ve been attending Minnesota Governor’s Fishing Openers since Rudy Perpich’s second term in the late 80s and early 90s and I was at yet another this year on Lake Pokegama near Grand Rapids, the first for Governor Mark Dayton. Through Perpich, Carlson, Ventura, Pawlenty and now Dayton, I have always wondered if any of these

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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