Category: Assorted Outdoor News

Minnesota DNR Fish and Wildlife Almanac

Minnesota DNR Fish and Wildlife Almanac

Mille Lacs Lake winter anglers allowed one walleye starting Dec. 1 Winter anglers on Mille Lacs Lake will enjoy a walleye harvest this winter for the fifth season in a row. Starting Tuesday, Dec. 1, anglers will be allowed to keep one walleye between 21-23 inches or one fish longer than 28 inches. This winter’s […]
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Pipestone National Monument Summer Seasonal Jobs

Pipestone National Monument Summer Seasonal Jobs

Spend your summer in a national park. Pipestone National Monument will be hiring seasonal Interpretive Park Guides, Maintenance Workers, and Biological Technicians. Summer seasonal jobs are full time, generally start in April/May, and typically run six months through September/October. Most positions are open to all applicants; “student trainee” positions are open to current college students […]
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Game and Fish begins Elk Feedgrounds Public Collaborative Process

Game and Fish begins Elk Feedgrounds Public Collaborative Process

Cheyenne – The Wyoming Game and Fish Department has become increasingly concerned about the spread of wildlife diseases in Wyoming, the implications chronic wasting disease (CWD) and other issues may have on elk attending winter feedgrounds in western Wyoming. To address these challenges, Game and Fish is inviting the public to participate in the development […]
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CDFW Reminds the Public Not to Disturb Pismo Clams

CDFW Reminds the Public Not to Disturb Pismo Clams

With the re-opening of several State Parks beaches in San Luis Obispo County, the California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) reminds visitors to avoid disturbing small Pismo clams and rebury any small clams they encounter. “We have not seen a population boom of this magnitude in decades,” said CDFW Marine Environmental Scientist Derek Stein. […]
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Grant Monies Available for Wildlife-Viewing Projects

Grant Monies Available for Wildlife-Viewing Projects

SOCIAL CIRCLE, Ga. – Georgia is offering a helping hand to projects that help people experience the animals, plants and natural habitats emphasized in Georgia’s State Wildlife Action Plan. The help comes by way of the state Department of Natural Resources’ Wildlife Viewing Grants Program. The agency is now accepting proposals for 2021. The deadline […]
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Whooping Cranes Are Heading to the Texas Coast

Whooping Cranes Are Heading to the Texas Coast

AUSTIN — With the first sightings of iconic, endangered whooping cranes along the Texas coast, the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD) is reminding Texans to be on the lookout for these impressive birds as they move through the state. Whooping cranes are the tallest, rarest birds in North America. Currently, there is a population […]
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Become a Michigan state parks photo ambassador

Become a Michigan state parks photo ambassador

We’re looking for photo ambassadors interested in exploring Michigan state parks and associated state-managed properties and sharing those stories and experiences with the world. Michigan state park photo ambassadors should have: A love for the outdoors and Michigan state parks, trails and waterways. An eye for capturing interesting and engaging photos. A public Instagram account […]
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Custer State Park to Hold Annual Bison Auction

Custer State Park to Hold Annual Bison Auction

CUSTER, S.D. – The 2020 Custer State Park Fall Classic Bison Auction will be held on Saturday, Nov. 7, at the park’s visitor center where 436 head will be available for sale. This year’s offerings include 10 mature bred cows, 69 mature open cows, 5 two-year-old bred heifers, 12 open two-year-old heifers, 41 yearling heifers, […]
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Hiker Remains Missing in Mount Rainier National Park

Hiker Remains Missing in Mount Rainier National Park

Extensive search efforts over ten days have not located Dr. Sam Dubal who went missing while hiking in the Mowich Lake area of Mount Rainier National Park. Park rangers along with volunteer teams have been searching for Dr. Dubal since October 11. Daily robust searches have included ground-based search teams, canine teams, drones, helicopters, and […]
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