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June 8, 2012

Mandatory boat inspection stations open in Oregon to target invasive species

Salem, Ore.— Motorists hauling boats in Oregon are now required to stop at posted watercraft inspection stations to have their boats, paddlecraft and other watercraft inspected for aquatic invasive species. Inspection stations are operated by the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife at Port of Entries, highway rest stops and boat ramps across the state.

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Public Comment Period to Begin for Virginia Black Bear Management Plan

The Virginia Department of Game and Inland Fisheries (VDGIF) is seeking public input on its Draft Virginia Black Bear Management Plan. The comment period will run June 11th, through August 1, 2012. The original Virginia Black Bear Management Plan, first developed in 2001, is now being revised through the involvement of public stakeholders and wildlife

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Three Men Convicted in Madison County Poaching Case

Three men were recently convicted of several poaching-related offenses stemming from incidents occurring late last fall in the London Hills near Cardwell in Madison County. Fish, Wildlife and Parks Enforcement investigated the case uncovering three illegally taken elk, several instances of trespassing, and waste of game among other violations. The investigation began on October 30,

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Game Damage Hunt Roster Registration Begins June 15

Hunters interested in participating in game-damage hunts on private land or possible management seasons this year may register online with Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks beginning June 15. Prospective hunters must register for the hunt rosters online at fwp.mt.gov . On the Hunting page, click Game Damage Roster beginning June 15. Internet-based registration can be

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Kansas nonresident leftover deer permits on sale June 18

Pratt — The Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism (KDWPT) has completed the nonresident deer permit drawing for the 2012 seasons, and for those applicants who were unsuccessful, there’s good news: more than 4,000 permits are left over in other units after the initial drawing. These permits will be sold online at ksoutdoors.com on

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