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March 12, 2020

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Changing times at New York Outdoor News

It was more than 15 years ago that I made the acquaintance of Steve (and Paula) Piatt, when the first edition of the New York Outdoor News (NYON) made its appearance on the outdoor scene. It was probably at a New York State Outdoor Writers Association conference, either Dunkirk or Plattsburgh (or both) and the

Hwa Photo By Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station Archive Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station

Hemlock trees under attack in New York, Pennsylvania

I have a special fondness for hemlock trees because to me they symbolize the very essence of the northwoods. Between New York and Pennsylvania, I bow hunt from at last six different treestands and they are all hung in hemlock trees. The thick branches of a hemlock give me plenty of cover and even offer

Michigan Outdoor News Calendar – March 13, 2020

Banquets/Fundraisers March 14: Caro WTU Banquet, 5 p.m., Knights of Columbus, Caro. For more info call Dean Burkel, 989-550-3223. March 14: St. Joseph WTU Banquet, 5 p.m., Fraternal Order of Eagles, Sturgis. For more info call Travis Everitt, 269-625-0698. March 14: St. Clair County PF #74 Banquet, 3 p.m., Perch Point Conservation Club. For more

Michigan Outdoor News Cuffs & Collars – March 13, 2020

DISTRICT 1 COs Brian Lasanen, Ethen Mapes and Dave Miller conducted several sound meter patrols in the west-end of the Upper Peninsula over the last couple of weeks. The COs contacted many snowmobiles and cited seven for being over the 88-decibel limit. Other violations addressed included failure/improper display of registration and failure to attach trail

Ohio Outdoor News Cuffs & Collars – March 13, 2020

Division of Wildlife Northwest Ohio – Wildlife District 2  During teal hunting season, state wildlife officer Reid Van Cleve, assigned to Ottawa County, was working at Metzger Marsh in Lucas County. Officer Van Cleve observed two hunters shoot at Canada geese during the closed season. When the two men were walking out of the marsh,

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