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Entries for August 2004

07
Major hunting issues dominate meeting By JOE MACALUSO jmacaluso@theadvocate.com Advocate outdoors writer Louisiana duck hunters will get an eighth consecutive 60-day season, deer hunters in State Area 6 had their season dates changed again and ...

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07
TWRA is now leasing dove fields from landowners for its Public Dove Field Program. TWRA biologists and wildlife officers are currently signing up landowners who will have grain/silage fields harvested by mid-August. Landowners can earn $1,600 to $...

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07
Pheasants Willow Slough FWA Located in Newton County on the border between Indiana and Illinois, Willow Slough FWA is one of the preeminent public-land pheasant-hunting areas in the state. There are many prime places to hunt on Willow Slough's 9,956 ...

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Waterfowl hunting program scheduled (Created 8/5/2004 3:35:46 PM) The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) and the Minnesota Waterfowl Association (MWA) are seeking youth between the ages of 12 and 16 to participate in a training course which wi...

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LES WINKELER: THERE'S A LOT TO DO AT HUNTING AND FISHING DAYS [Thu Aug 05 2004] If you haven't attended the Southern Illinois Celebration of National Hunting and Fishing Days for a couple years, you may want to circle the weekend of Sept. 25-26 o...

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06
Western Washington Pheasant Hunting By Patricia Thompson, Wildlife Biologist and Curt Young, Wildlife Area Manager Many people in the state of Washington enjoy the sport of pheasant hunting. There are currently 26 pheasant release sites in western ...

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06
Opponents of mourning dove hunting to mount petition drive aimed at 2006 August 5, 2004, 3:49 PM LANSING, Mich. (AP) -- Voters could get the final say in whether mourning dove hunts should be allowed in Michigan -- but not until 2006. A coalition...

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USDA - Bush Administration Expands Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) WASHINGTON, Aug. 4, 2004 -- Agriculture Secretary Ann M. Veneman today announced that USDA would fully implement President Bush's directive to sustain the environmental benefits ...

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Special Youth Deer Hunting Opportunities Expanded Aug 5, 2004 5:24 pm US/Central St. Paul (AP) The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources says special youth deer hunting opportunities are being expanded this fall because of the large deer herd i...

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OLYMPIA - Cougar, pheasants and white-tailed deer will be key topics for discussion at a public workshop on game-management issues scheduled Aug. 28 by the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW). Designed as a progress report on WDFW's 2...

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06
Illinois, Indiana cooperate on Calumet Harbor By Mike Jackson Daily Herald Outdoors Writer Posted 8/5/2004 Sensible minds sometime come up with sensible solutions. The Illinois Department of Natural Resources and the Indiana Department of Natural ...

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06
Hunting groups call conservation initiatives 'grand slam' "This announcement is a grand slam for wildlife and conservationists." That is how the CEO of Pheasants Forever summed up President George Bush's statement in support of the Conservation Res...

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OLYMPIA - The Washington Fish and Wildlife Commission is expected to consider adopting rules regarding chronic wasting disease (CWD) and 2004-05 waterfowl hunting when it meets Aug. 6-7 in Lynnwood. The commission, a nine-member citizens panel whic...

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06
Eastside pheasant hunting season has changes by Dave Ware, Upland Game Program Manager There are several changes in store for eastern Washington pheasant hunters this fall. The most significant is that this year will be the first in a long time th...

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Outdoors Notebook: Wildlife vehicle plates studied Thursday, August 5, 2004 By ALLEN THOMAS, Columbian staff writer OLYMPIA - Vehicle owners may have several options for wildlife-themed license plates if design proposals by the Department of Fis...

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06
Proposed 2004-2005 Maryland Late Waterfowl Hunting Seasons Atlantic Population Canada Goose Daily Bag Limit Increased -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ANNAPOLIS -- The Maryland Department of Natural R...

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03
New law thanks military with expanded hunting, fishing opportunities MONTGOMERY - Governor Bob Riley has signed into law a bill that allows Alabama residents on leave from active duty in the Armed Forces to hunt or fish without obtaining a hunting o...

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03
Sun, May 23, 2004 DNR feedback line gathers gripes Fall pheasant hunting prospects are five months and a breeding season away from being defined, but Wisconsin shotgunners already are miffed. Deer hunters are upset that hunting over bait is allo...

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03
Posted on Thu, May. 27, 2004 State: Ditches have mowing restrictions The state departments of Game, Fish and Parks and Transportation are reminding residents that there are restrictions on mowing ditches along state roads. The DOT allows landown...

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03
May 24, 2004 Quail chicks a hit in school By Matt Cooper The Register-Guard Forward story Printer- friendly version LORANE - A newborn Japanese quail is no bigger than a person's thumb, but it can teach huge lessons. When the firs...

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