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Whooping Crane Migration

Whooping Crane Migration

Whooping cranes are in the midst of their spring migration and sightings will increase as they make their way into and through North Dakota over the next several weeks. Anyone seeing these endangered birds as they move through the state is asked to report sightings so the birds can be tracked. The whooping cranes that […]
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North Dakota Elk, Moose, Bighorn Sheep Apps due March 27

North Dakota Elk, Moose, Bighorn Sheep Apps due March 27

North Dakotan’s who want to hunt elk, moose and bighorn sheep in 2019 are reminded the deadline for submitting applications is March 27. Prospective hunters can apply online at the North Dakota Game and Fish Department’s website, gf.nd.gov. General lottery applications can also be submitted by calling 800-406-6409. Preferential landowner (gratis) applications must be submitted […]
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Citizens Sought for 2019 Anchorage Moose Survey Project

Citizens Sought for 2019 Anchorage Moose Survey Project

Anchorage —- The Alaska Department of Fish and Game is asking citizens to report moose sightings this weekend for the Anchorage winter moose count. Now entering its third year since an initial pilot project in February 2017, the novel, ground-based survey technique uses DNA taken from city moose to estimatemoose numbers in the Anchorage Bowl. […]
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Tennessee Spring Turkey Hunting Season Opens March 30

Tennessee Spring Turkey Hunting Season Opens March 30

NASHVILLE — Tennessee’s 2019 spring turkey season opens in all 95 counties on Saturday, March 30 and continues through Sunday, May 13. “Turkey hunting in Tennessee is fantastic,” said Ed Carter, the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency’s executive director. “We have abundant public land, one of the longest seasons in the southeast and one of the […]
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New Grants Promote Georgia Wildlife Viewing

New Grants Promote Georgia Wildlife Viewing

SOCIAL CIRCLE, Ga. – Wildlife-viewing projects from DeKalb County to Jekyll Island and Pickens County to Covington will receive grants to improve public opportunities to see and learn about animals, plants and habitats considered conservation priorities in Georgia’s State Wildlife Action Plan. The Georgia Wildlife Resources Division, part of the Department of Natural Resources, announced […]
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Common Salvinia Discovered at Kurth Reservoir

Common Salvinia Discovered at Kurth Reservoir

AUSTIN – The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD) confirmed the presence of common salvinia at Kurth Reservoir near Lufkin after being notified of the presence of the invasive plant by a City of Lufkin employee March 18. After surveying the reservoir March 19, the TPWD Brookeland Aquatic Habitat Enhancement Team reported three total acres […]
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TPWD Sets Federal Red Snapper Season for 2019

TPWD Sets Federal Red Snapper Season for 2019

AUSTIN – The private recreational angler red snapper season opens Saturday, June 1, 2019 for a projected 97-days in federal waters. Red snapper fishing is open year around in state waters. The season length is based on historical landing data, last year’s fishing effort data and the increase in the state’s allocation from the 2018 […]
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Wisconsin’s revised bear management plan

Wisconsin’s revised bear management plan

A draft of the revised plan is available online right now. This revised plan will outline objectives and strategies to guide black bear management in the state from 2019 – 2029. Come to one of our information sessions or submit your comments and questions via email to DNRBearPlanComments@wisconsin.gov. The comment period will remain open March […]
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2019 Iowa BOW Spring Workshop

2019 Iowa BOW Spring Workshop

Interested in learning outdoor skills associated with hunting, fishing and general outdoor pursuits? Join women of all ages as they try new activities, refine their skills, and meet like-minded individuals. This weekend workshop offers sessions ranging from intro to firearms, intro to fishing, landscaping for wildlife, boater education, wild game cooking, to city nature identification. […]
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