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Sportsmen Since 1967

April 4, 2023

Nebraska Big Game Society to auction off bull elk tag on May 4

Residents and nonresidents are eligible for the bull elk tag. The high bidder will receive a bull elk tag valid in any elk management unit during a 2023 open bull elk season. Proceeds from the auction will be donated to the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission for wildlife conservation, research and big game hunting opportunities in the state.

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Beaver carcases stir trapping debate at nature trail in New York

Several beaver carcasses were found on a popular hiking trail in the Town of New Hartford, in Oneida County, in February, and some area citizens are upset about it.
While state and local officials say no laws were broken, representatives of the Woodhaven Wildlife Rehabilitation Center in nearby Chadwicks plan to pursue the issue.

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New York’s Adirondack Park Agency soliciting input on motorized use in Wild Forests

The Adirondack Park Agency is continuing to solicit input to help inform the board’s interpretation of the Adirondack Park State Land Master Plan’s Wild Forest Basic Guideline No. 4, including a new No Material Increase Alternative No. 4 concerning motorized use in these public land tracts.
April 17 is the public-comment deadline.

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New York, Vermont remind public of ways to avoid conflict with bears emerging from dens

DEC reminds New Yorkers that now is the time to take down bird feeders and secure garbage to avoid potential conflicts with black bears. The Vermont F&W, meanwhile, has already issued its annual spring warning to the public, saying it has begun to receive reports of bears coming out of their dens as the weather warms.

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New York DEC fisheries biologist Jim Markham receives American Fisheries Society award

Quite often the people behind the scenes who accomplish the work that positively affects our natural resources don’t receive the accolades they deserve. Senior aquatic biologist Jim Markham, with the Department of Environmental Conservation’s Lake Erie Fisheries Research Unit, changed that recently when he received the 2022 Sport Fish Restoration Outstanding Project from the American Fisheries Society.

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