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Cape Nature Center announces March programs

CAPE GIRARDEAU, Mo. – The Cape Girardeau Conservation Nature Center has a full schedule of programs planned for March. Some programs require registration in advance, so Nature Center Manager Sara Turner said it’s important guests familiarize themselves with MDC’s event website for the center at www.mdc.mo.gov/southeastevents. Turner said the biggest event in March will be […]

18th, February 2019, 01:58pm

Western Montana Sharp-tailed Grouse Reintroduction

Helena, MT – Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks is seeking public comment on a proposal to reintroduce sharp-tailed grouse to western Montana. Montana continues to support nearly all native species that were here historically present in the state. Sharp-tailed grouse are one of only a few native species missing from their original range in western […]

18th, February 2019, 01:54pm

Camp Canopy Registration is Open for 2019

COLUMBUS, OH – Registration is now open for the popular Camp Canopy, which runs from June 9-14, according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR). Coordinators for Camp Canopy are developing brand-new classes and new adventure-themed recreational activities, in addition to the traditional learning topics and fun activities from previous years, according to Jeremy […]

18th, February 2019, 01:52pm

SCDNR acquires 1,757 acres for hunting, fishing

In partnership with The Conservation Fund, the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources (SCDNR) recently acquired 1,757 acres near Cleveland in northern Greenville County. The land, referred to as “Tall Pines,” includes about a mile of South Saluda River frontage and will be used to enhance fish and wildlife habitat and provide recreational opportunities to […]

18th, February 2019, 01:50pm

TPWD Releases Saltwater Fishing Regulation Proposals

AUSTIN – The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD) is now accepting public comment on proposed changes to saltwater fishing regulations for 2019-2020. These changes are intended to streamline regulations for the entire Texas coast for spotted seatrout and modified regulations for certain species to be in line with federal rules to reduce confusion among […]

18th, February 2019, 01:47pm

Bighorn Sheep Capture Planned in Hells Canyon

An interagency effort is planned between Idaho Fish and Game, Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, and Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife to capture 80 bighorn sheep in five Hells Canyon herds Feb. 19–28 as part of the ongoing Hells Canyon Initiative to restore bighorn sheep populations. Bighorn sheep will be captured by net […]

16th, February 2019, 10:00pm

Fish and Game Schedules Big Game Measuring Day in Pocatello

As basketball fans gear up for March Madness, Fish and Game is getting ready for its own “big game day” — one that is sure to bring some exciting final scores of its own. Tuesday, March 5, is Big Game Measuring Day at the Southeast Regional Office of Idaho Fish and Game located at 1345 […]

16th, February 2019, 09:58pm

Trapping In New Jersey

Modern, regulated trapping is used to manage habitat, monitor and control animal populations, protect and reintroduce endangered species, protect public and private property and conduct research. It is a technique for sustainable, consumptive use of the wildlife resource. In New Jersey there are trapping seasons for beaver, otter, mink, muskrat, eastern coyote, fox, opossum, raccoon, […]

16th, February 2019, 09:53pm

Feb. 25, 2019 is the last day to apply for Utah bear hunt

Don’t let the cold weather fool you; Utah’s spring black bear hunt will start in about two months. If you’d like to hunt bears during the spring, summer or fall seasons, the time to apply for a permit is here. You can apply now. Printed copies of the 2019 Utah Black Bear Guidebook likely won’t […]

16th, February 2019, 09:47pm
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