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January 17, 2012

MS: Shotgun Shooting Classes

MDWFP’s Marksmanship Program will be hosting shotgun classes on selected Saturdays throughout 2011. These intermediate and advanced classes begin at 8:30 a.m. and finish at approximately 1:00 p.m. They are hosted through the cooperation of local gun clubs and a grant from the National Shooting Sports Foundation. These “free of charge” classes are only open […]

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MO: Rockwoods Reservation’s Maple Sugar Festival unlocks the secret sweets of trees

ST. LOUIS — Winter may not be everybody’s favorite time of year, but many might be surprised to learn that trees are actually pretty sweet on it. For about six weeks, from mid-January to the end of February, Mother Nature cooks up her own sweet treat within sugar maple trees as the sap begins to

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MO: Timber management boosts wildlife and preferred trees

MAYSVILLE Mo — John Anderson enjoys hunting in woodlands. But he also wants a healthier white-tail deer herd and perhaps a return of bobwhite quail at his DeKalb County farm. So he gave his property the chainsaw treatment to boost bucks and birds. Down came honey locust and small shingle oak trees in carefully selected

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MT: New this year, Deer and Elk permit application due March 15

Hunters in Montana can get an early start on making plans for the upcoming season thanks to recent license-purchase and special permit-application deadline changes. This year hunting and fishing licenses go on sale Jan. 16 and the deadline for residents and nonresidents to apply for deer and elk permits has moved up to March 15.

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MT: Wolf harvest reaches 60 percent of quota January 17, 2012

Hunting – Region 7 Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks reports that about 60 percent of the statewide wolf quota of 220 wolves has been met in Montana’s 2011-2012 wolf hunting season. A total of 100 wolves were taken during the regular archery and rifle seasons Sept. 3.-Nov. 27. The FWP Commission then extended the wolf

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MT: All Mountain Lion Hunting Closed In HD’s 422, 423, 424, 425 & 442 January 17, 2012

Hunting District Closures The hunting of all mountain lions in central Montana Hunting District Series 422, 423, 424, 425 and 442, which includes portions of Lewis & Clark and Teton counties, closed at one-half hour after sunset on Monday, Jan. 16, 2012. The closure notice for the hunt came shortly after Fish, Wildlife & Parks

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