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Hunters can expect a good bear hunt this fall

Lansing – Bear hunters in Michigan can plan for another year of fine hunting in 2010. “Last year was a pretty good year all around,” DNRE bear specialist Adam Bump told Michigan Outdoor News. “We

Ohio Cuffs & Collars – Issue 17

Central Ohio – Wildlife District 1 • On a warm and humid July evening, wildlife officer Steve Harvey was working sport fish enforcement at Alum Creek Reservoir. Harvey stopped at a popular fishing access when

Algae poses risk to gamefish year-class

Algae overtaking Ohio lakes, ponds Sandusky, Ohio – State fisheries biologists are holding their collective breaths over this year’s walleye and yellow perch hatch in Lake Erie, pending August sampling. A top concern is the

Viral Newcastle disease kills cormorants at LqP

Watson, Minn. – The haze you may have seen rising from the islands of Marsh Lake in west-central Minnesota this week and last might have come from fires ignited by the DNR, blazes created by

Optimism salt license will remain

Albany – Proponents of the state’s saltwater fishing license – a fee that’s been targeted for repeal by some lawmakers – are increasingly confident legislation that would scrap the marine license will die a natural

Juneau Co. cougar stymies wildlife experts

Elroy, Wis. – The 1,200-pound Hereford beef cow was no match for the predator weighing only a small fraction of its quarry. On July 3, Lester Leatherberry found the cow, killed as the result of

DMP tags slashed for 2010

Albany – Deer Management Permits have been cut by about 10 percent this fall as the DEC’s whitetail biologists look to address “leveling off” in deer numbers, notably in parts of the Southern Tier. The

USDA makes good on its earlier CRP pledge

Washington – For those who administer the conservation program known as CRP, the latest announcement by the USDA’s Farm Service Agency might require them to do some brushing up on Conservation Reserve Program rules. For

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