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December 6, 2023

A Girl & A Gun: Women’s shooting league chapter makes strides in Oxford, Ohio

Consider that every gun is always loaded, know your target and what’s behind it, don’t point at anything you’re not willing to destroy, and finger off the trigger until the site is on the target.
There’s coffee, doughnuts, and laughter — a lot of laughter — at Mayday Gun Range in Oxford, Ohio. The A Girl and A Gun (AG & AG) meeting is in full swing. However, Scarlet Day, owner of Mayday, makes sure that safety is always front and center.

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Beetles released to control invasive hemlock woolly adelgids in Pennsylvania’s Allegheny National Forest

The U.S. Forest Service announced the release of a new biological control on the Allegheny National Forest to help combat the non-native, invasive hemlock woolly adelgid.
Hemlock woolly adelgid (Adelges tsugae) is native to Japan and the Pacific Northwest. The adelgid poses a serious threat to eastern hemlock (Tsuga canadensis), which are at risk of fatal infestations since they lack natural resistance.

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Some Michigan waters to see one-fish steelhead regulations in 2024

The Michigan DNR Fisheries Division didn’t really want it, but the Natural Resources Commission gave it to them anyway: Beginning in April 2024, steelhead fishermen on a number of Michigan rivers will be restricted daily to a single fish 20 inches or longer year-round.

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Commentary: Separate public and private-land antlerless “tags” should be part of Pennsylvania deer management

Those of us who have hunted deer for years in Pennsylvania recall when antlerless licenses were allocated on a county basis. We also remember being told that the Game Commission could do a much better job of wildlife management if the state were divided into individual management units.

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