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Fewer cormorants, more perch, in Les Cheneaux

By Steve Griffin Field Editor Alpena, Mich. — The number of bird-eating cormorants goes down. The number of tasty yellow perch in anglers’ coolers goes up. Are the two linked? It’s a little early for

PGC head: Money crisis deepening

By Bob Frye Capital Correspondent Harrisburg — The Pennsyl-vania Game Commission is an old agency, having been around for about 111 years now. Two events — one in the near future, another just a bit

Spring 2006 shaping up well for nesting critters

By Glen Schmitt Staff Writer Windom, Minn. – Although it’s still too early to count young-of-the-year pheasants, turkeys, and waterfowl, wildlife officials appear more optimistic about this spring’s hatch than in 2004 or 2005. After

Deer debate drags on – even in agency

By Mark Nale Northcentral Correspondent State College, Pa. — The 6-2 vote cast by the Pennsylvania Game Commission Board of Commissioners in April reduced antlerless allocations in some management units, but kept the deer seasons

Fishing license sales spike through spring

Staff, DNR reports Columbus — It appears plenty of people are taking the “Fish Ohio” message to heart this spring, according to the DNR Division of Wildlife. Fishing license sales have been brisk with anglers

Oak research yields big surprises

By Jeff Mulhollem Editor University Park, Pa. — After more than a decade of closely monitoring regeneration of oak trees on forest tracts around Pennsylvania, researchers in Penn State’s College of Agricultural Sciences have begun

DNR proposes new muskie regs for some lakes, rivers

DNR Reports St. Paul — The Minnesota DNR believes its proposed new regulations could improve muskie fishing in the state. The regulations would raise the minimum size muskie that anglers could keep from 40 to

New strategy and a new name: LCCMR

By Joe Albert Staff Writer St. Paul — Change is afoot for the way conservation projects in the state are funded. In one of their final orders of business, lawmakers passed legislation to retool and

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