Friday, March 31st, 2023
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October 13, 2011

Utah wildlife officials use robo-deer to catch poachers

Salt Lake City (AP) – Nighttime deer poachers beware – that shadowy creature on the side of the road may just be remote-controlled. State wildlife officials across the country have for several decades been rolling out roadside robot decoys to nab unscrupulous hunters, and the effort has paid off with hundreds of citations. A robotic …

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Hunting and Fighting

Deer seasons are opening all over the country. Archers always get the first crack at them and then the rifle, shotgun and muzzleloader hunters get their chance. Every year it seems there are more than a few confrontations between hunters about who gets the dead deer. I just saw a recent post where a melee

Outdoor Insights

Plopping down in ever-so-comfortable Delta Airlines seat 6B en route to Grand Junction, Colo., two weeks ago, a familiar face glanced up from my left. There against the window was Dave Nomsen, Pheasants Forever government affairs director. “You’ll never escape the press,” I quipped at the affable Nomsen. On our flight west, we had a

Officer’s court case could be resolved soon

The attorney for Ohio Division of Wildlife Officer Allan Wright has been in communication with a federal prosecutor in Washington, D.C. “regarding a possible resolution” of federal Lacey Act wildlife charges that were filed recently against Wright, the former Brown County wildlife officer. Attorney H. Louis Sirkin of Cincinnati said, “I can’t talk about it

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