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Volunteers Needed to Participate in Christina River Watershed Cleanup

Volunteers Needed to Participate in Christina River Watershed Cleanup

In recognition of Earth Day, the Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control joins the Christina Conservancy to encourage northern Delaware residents to get outside and safely clean up their communities. The Christina River Watershed Cleanup campaign is mobilizing volunteers throughout April to pick up trash in their own neighborhoods, on beaches and along […]
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Maryland Spring Turkey Season Set to Open

Maryland Spring Turkey Season Set to Open

The Maryland Department of Natural Resources announced that the statewide spring turkey season will kick off April 17 with Junior Turkey Hunt Day. All hunters can try to bag a bird during the regular statewide spring turkey season, April 19-May 24. “Wild turkey populations are at or near all-time highs in many parts of the […]
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Minnesota spring turkey hunting begins this week

Minnesota spring turkey hunting begins this week

When Minnesota’s turkey hunting season begins Wednesday, April 14, hunters hoping to bag a tom turkey will see similar regulations as last year. A spring turkey license will provide the opportunity to hunt all permit areas in the state, with the exception of three major wildlife management areas. Permits are required for firearms turkey hunters […]
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Archery Clinic at Hardware Ranch

Archery Clinic at Hardware Ranch

Saturday, April 24 at 2 p.m.–4 p.m. Hardware Ranch WMA We’re teaming up with Cache Archers to offer an archery clinic at Hardware Ranch for those who have a compound bow but not much experience using it. Experienced archers will guide you through this clinic. Participants will: Learn how to tune your bow for optimal […]
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2021 Roanoke River Striped Bass Harvest Season Opens

2021 Roanoke River Striped Bass Harvest Season Opens

RALEIGH, N.C. – The N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission issued a reminder to anglers that the 2021 striped bass harvest season in the Roanoke River Management Area opens this Saturday. Harvest dates will be: April 10–16 in the lower river zone (downstream of the U.S. 258 Highway bridge at Scotland Neck to the mouth at Albemarle […]
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Ohio Wildlife Council Approves 2021-22 Hunting Regulations

Ohio Wildlife Council Approves 2021-22 Hunting Regulations

COLUMBUS, Ohio – The Ohio Wildlife Council approved all 2021-22 hunting regulations during its regularly scheduled meeting on Wednesday, April 7, 2021, according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) Division of Wildlife. Hunting season dates and limits are proposed by Division of Wildlife biologists. Regulations for the 2021-22 white-tailed deer hunting seasons were […]
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Amphibian and Reptile Guide Custom-made for Oklahoma

Amphibian and Reptile Guide Custom-made for Oklahoma

From rare salamanders found only in southeastern Oklahoma to common turtles that can be spotted across the state, the Wildlife Department’s “A Field Guide to Oklahoma’s Amphibians and Reptiles” introduces our state’s 140 species of salamanders, frogs, turtles, lizards, snakes and alligator. Each account shares a photo of the animal along with a physical description, […]
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Colorado Outdoor Regional Partnerships Initiative Funding Program

Colorado Outdoor Regional Partnerships Initiative Funding Program

DENVER – Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW) and Great Outdoors Colorado are collaborating to fund coalitions working to protect Colorado’s land, water, and wildlife through the Colorado Outdoor Regional Partnerships Initiative. Governor Jared Polis signed the Executive Order creating the Initiative at the opening of Fishers Peak State Park last October. CPW, in collaboration with […]
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CWD prevalence in North Bighorns elk herd unit

CWD prevalence in North Bighorns elk herd unit

Sheridan – In 2019, the Game and Fish Department’s chronic wasting disease surveillance program shifted from monitoring distribution and spread of the disease to concentrated focus on selected deer and elk herds in each administrative region of the state each year. Efforts are made by regional personnel to collect a minimum of 200 tissue samples […]
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