Free “range day” offered by Ohio DNR.
Ohio – Mike Moore
Columbus — There have been several drownings on Ohio waterways in the past week or so, and that is several too many. Wearing a personal flotation device might have saved at least some of the victims. Far too many people go for no good reason. And, according to published reports, the recent deaths don’t mention the use of alcohol while…
Agency coming up with a future plan for trail improvements.
Cicada hatch two years ago credited with bump.
Ohio’s free fishing weekend is May 5-6. Try out the sport before buying a license.
Division of Wildlife to train new wildlife officers.
Trappers, ginseng diggers, and deer hunters should be aware.
Why not spend a little for those things we all love?
Ice fishing likely just a few days away, given the temperatures; outdoor enthusiasts interested in learning basics of ice fishing are encouraged to attend a free informational workshop on Saturday, Jan. 27.
America’s opioid crisis examined under new light.
Governor asks for potential solutions to the problem.
Traditional firearms hunt opens on Nov. 27.
Upcoming bow hunt yet another opportunity for Ohio’s youths to take part.
Clayton working toward a career in wildlife art.
Open house on plan set for Sept. 9.
State duck blind spots up for grabs through lottery.
Longtime wildlife officer Mike Miller assumes lead position.
The Ruffed Grouse and Young Forest Strategic Plan looks 10 years out and its success hinges on an array of partners working together to create the young forest habitat on which grouse and other woodland species can thrive.
Ohio DNR offers workshop on pursuit of frogs.
This year’s harvest April 22-23 tops numbers from a year ago.
Proceeds of stamp’s sale go toward Wildlife Diversity Fund.
Last year, 188,329 deer were killed during all hunting seasons
District responds to allegations, says it respects hunting traditions
A 9-year-old girl from northeast Ohio, Domonique Yatsko, was lucky enough on the youth weekend to harvest a really nice buck.
Ohio DNR reintroduced river otters to state for purpose of trapping
Population should be fattened up this year