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March 31, 2021
The April 2 edition of the New York Outdoor News hit mailboxes and newsstands earlier this week. Within its pages are many details of the 2021 Person of the Year honoree, Jim Massett, of Chittenango, in Madison County. Those of us who know Jim consider him a living legend whitetail hunter, but more so, just
Delving into Critical Habitat funding.
The number of moose permits has increased by hundreds over the past few years. Tens of thousands of hunters apply for the permits via an annual lottery system.
The number of American bald eagles has quadrupled since 2009, with more than 300,000 of them now residing in lower 48.
Auburn University has suspended the school’s bass fishing team over allegations that it repeatedly violated COVID-19 policies. A memo to team members says the suspension is for the rest of this year, Al.com reported. The team violated the travel and events policy in July 2020, February 2021 and March 2021, the document states. During the
STURGIS, S.D. — A man-made lake with amenities for all ages could be coming to Sturgis. It all began when the city began discussing some sort of outdoor aquatics venue within the city. The city made a call for citizens to serve on a committee to discuss a splashpad. But it was evident early on
NEW YORK — This spring, longtime Central Park birder and naturalist Gabriel Willow is feeling a little less nervous than he did a year ago. Standing on the park’s Bow Bridge with binoculars, Willow recalls the early days of the pandemic when the virus was at its worst in New York City. “There were so