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Tuesday, June 18th, 2024

Breaking News for

Sportsmen Since 1967

Tuesday, June 18th, 2024

Breaking News for

Sportsmen Since 1967

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Spotted lanternfly eggs hatching now across Pennsylvania

With spotted lanternfly egg-hatch season in full swing, residents in numerous Pennsylvania communities are preparing for the arrival of this pest, known for its appetite for the sap of grapevines, hardwoods and ornamental plants.

Penn State Extension publications may be able to help. Authored by researchers and extension educators in Penn State’s College of Agricultural Sciences, the Spotted Lanternfly Management Guide features comprehensive information, illustrations and photos on the pest’s biology, behavior, plant damage and management.

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Illinois Mixed Bag: DNR encouraging ‘votes’ for favorite state parks

The Illinois Conservation Foundation is partnering with DNR to raise money and awareness for Illinois state parks. Throughout June, supporters are invited to “vote” for their favorite Illinois state park by making a donation at www.ilstateparks.org. Every $1 donated equals one vote.

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Wisconsin Mixed Bag: Northwest Whitetails Unlimited chapter donates to Spooner, Shell Lake youth trap teams

Northwest Wisconsin Chapter of Whitetails Unlimited donated $2,000 each to Spooner’s Northland Trap Team and the Shell Lake FFA trap shooting team.
Spooner’s team is made up of 12 members and coached by Darby and Austin Moltzer. The team started in 2016, and shoots at the Indianhead Rifle and Pistol Club in Spooner. The team is not affiliated with Spooner High School, though team members may earn letters. Members are high school students.

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Self-inflicted dose of pepper spray drives away attacking grizzly in Wyoming

A grizzly that self-inflicted itself with a burst of pepper spray while attacking a hiker in Wyoming’s Grand Teton National Park in May won’t be captured or killed because it may have been trying to protect a cub, park officials said in a statement.
While mauling a hiker on Signal Mountain, the grizzly bit into the man’s can of bear repellent and was hit with a burst of it, causing the animal to flee.

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