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Entries for August 2004

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Michigan Pheasants Forever Announces 2003 Habitat Accomplishments Pheasants Forever published: 01/15/2004 Michigan State Pheasants Forever Meetings this Weekend in Lansing St. Paul, Minn. - January 14, 2004 - Pheasants Forever announces Michiga...

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Groundbreaking for Guntersville Lodge August 26 A groundbreaking for construction at Guntersville State Park Lodge will take place Thursday, August 26 at 2 p.m. near the lodge entrance. The lodge and restaurant have been closed for several months ...

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Pheasant hunters travel from around the country to hunt the wily ring-neck population of Lyman County. A large number of those hunters come from the state of Wisconsin; home of the Green Bay Packers, Harley Davidsons, and big and small game hunters....

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Walls of Jericho Tract Opening to Public August 27 The long-awaited opening of the Walls of Jericho area is set for August 27, 2004, according to the State Lands Division of the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources. Gates to the proper...

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N.H. makes changes in hunting dates and game-bird limits By Bill Biswanger, MediaNews Correspondent The New Hampshire Fish and Game Department has issued hunting-season dates and bag limits for early-season migratory game birds. Changes this year i...

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New pups give hunters reason for optimism August 20,2004 Ed Wall Special to the Sun Journal It's been said that an optimist is one who feels certain it won't rain, even as the clouds are forming. A pessimist is one who's sure it will and that he...

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Dennis Anderson: Dakotas are full of pheasants Dennis Anderson, Star Tribune August 20, 2004 Pheasants are shaping up to be the highlight of the fall for bird hunters. Here's a snapshot of what to expect in the fast-approaching pheasant, duck...

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PRAIRIE OUTDOORS: North Dakota fall game scenario looks good Good hunting is a combination of adequate wildlife populations and reasonable access to that wildlife. At the moment, North Dakota has both ... . All of this, of course, can change over t...

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DNR Announces Hunting Dates At Wye Island N.R.M.A. Archery and muzzleloader deer hunts will be by permit only -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- WYE ISLAND NRMA - Maryland Department of Natural Resource...

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FWP proposes hunting, fishing license fee hikes By SCOTT McMILLION ,Chronicle Staff Writer Hunters and anglers should prepare to open their wallets wider and pay more for licenses, according to a proposal from the Montana Department of Fish, Wildli...

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Hunting season close Posted on August 19, 2004 Early sightings of teal across southwest Louisiana are hardly overshadowed by the whistling wings of doves, but both seasons are set to open very shortly in September. As I was driving towards Eunice l...

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Upland Game Bird Hunting Outlook Hunting opportunities for Montana’s upland game bird hunters will be a mixed bag this fall. The season for most upland game bird species begins Sept. 1. “Severe winter weather over a large portion of eastern Montana...

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OUTDOORS NOTEBOOK: Cats Incredible sets '05 date Tournament will be Aug. 13-14; officials explore possible Outdoor Channel production Herald Staff and Wire Reports The East Grand Forks Chamber of Commerce has set next year's Cats Incredible Catfi...

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Officials say ring-necked pheasant populations are healthy Associated Press BISMARCK, N.D. - Wildlife officials say results of a spring crowing count indicate a healthy population of ring-necked pheasants in North Dakota. The survey involves coun...

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The Naturalist's Corner By Don Hendershot -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- I read with interest the story in last week’s Smoky Mountain News (SMN) regarding a new chapter of Quail Unlimited starting u...

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Hunting season approaches for variety of animals Outdoors, by Ed Payne The 2004-05 hunting and trapping season dates and bag limits have been released. Squirrel: All species, gray, fox, red and black opens Sept. 1 and continues through Jan. 3...

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Connecticut Receives $10,625 Grant From Hunting Heritage Partnership Funds Earmarked for Junior Pheasant Hunting Days NEWTOWN, Conn. — The National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF) has awarded the Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection a...

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Public Hearing on Deer Management June 30 The Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control's Division of Fish and Wildlife will be holding a deer management public hearing at 7 p.m., June 30 in DNREC's auditorium, Richardson and...

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HARTFORD, Conn. -- As it has since 1908, Connecticut will stock hunting areas with pheasants this fall. But encroaching suburbs are doing more to cut into the sport than animal rights activists who deplore the killing. The pheasant season is set t...

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A number of changes have occurred over the years that have directly affected pheasant hunting on stocked public hunting grounds. This includes a reduction in the number of pheasants purchased for stocking, a loss of public hunting access to privately...

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