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Monday, December 11th, 2023

Breaking News for

Sportsmen Since 1967

March 2, 2012

Four fast-and-furious bloggy thoughts

High Lonesome Ranch. This week’s Outdoor News Radio contains an interview with Paul Vahldiek, Jr., the majority shareholder and CEO of the High Lonesome Ranch, a mixed use landscape in west-central Colorado. I visited the 300-square-mile operation last fall during the Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership’s Media Summit. The vision that Vahldiek and his staff have created

Opinion: Fighting the threat of Asian carp

By now, Outdoor News readers know about the imminent threat that Asian carp (including silver, bighead and black carp) pose to the waters of our fine state. Silently and steadily, they are migrating up the Mississippi River. If established here, they would forever change the ecology and human uses of many of our water resources.

Indiana parks value packages available online

Three new promotions to make enjoying Indiana State Parks & Reservoirs even more affordable this year will be available for purchase online March 1. The SPR GO! Trails and Waves Package, SPR GO! Family Fun Package and SPR GO! Friends Package are sold only at The packages feature a variety of offerings at reduced

Georgia DNR Biologists Complete Winter Checks for White-nose Syndrome

SOCIAL CIRCLE, Ga. (2/29/2012) State wildlife biologists Trina Morris and Nikki Castleberry are a quarter-mile beneath untold tons of rock, smeared with gray mud and chilled to the bone from spending hours thigh-deep in a subterranean mountain stream. Welcome to Georgia’s frontline against white-nose syndrome, where the work is sometimes miserable but ever vital. The

DFG to Host Southern California Natural Resource Volunteer Academy

The California Department of Fish and Game (DFG) is recruiting applicants for the Natural Resource Volunteer Program (NRVP) to serve in Los Angeles and Orange counties. The NRVP provides conservation and enforcement education through public service while providing biological, enforcement and administrative staff support to DFG. DFG is holding an NRVP training academy in Los

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