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Entries for September 2004

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Waterfowl Hunting Areas The Upper Texas Coast's public waterfowl hunting opportunities on national wildlife refuges and state wildlife management areas for the 2004-05 season: ADVERTISEMENT SAN BERNARD NWR · Teal season -- The Cedar Lakes (2,4...

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September 23, 2004 In celebration of the 20th Annual National Hunting and Fishing Day in Louisiana on Saturday, festivities will occur this Saturday in Baton Rouge, Monroe, Woodworth, The Bodcau Dam and Tensas River National Wildlife Refuge (NWR)...

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DENNIS ANDERSON Associated Press MINNEAPOLIS - Minnesota hunters living outside the 11-county metropolitan area significantly outnumber those living within that urban perimeter, according to a Star Tribune analysis of state hunting-license holders...

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USDA Farm Service Agency recently announced a Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) Northern Bobwhite Quail Habitat Initiative that will create habitat for the northern bobwhite quail. Enrollment will begin Oct. 1 and remain open until 250,000 acres w...

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Hunters, beware! There is such an abundance of game prowling the woods that an inattentive nimrod could be trampled into the sod. That's an exaggeration, of course, but as summer melts into hunting season, wildlife numbers are strong and population...

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Posted on Mon, Sep. 13, 2004 Pheasant group works to promote value of CRP acres Associated Press SIOUX FALLS, S.D. - A conservation group plans to meet with South Dakota landowners in an effort to boost the number of acres going into the federal...

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BISMARCK, N.D. Wildlife officials say results of a roadside brood count indicate a decline in number of ring-necked pheasants in North Dakota. The prehunt pheasant population is down about 15 percent from 2003, said Stan Kohn, upland game biologist...

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Pheasant hunter will see their longest season this fall and hunting opportunities will be good in some areas and not so good in the northeastern portions of the state hit by a severe winter. Montana"s pheasant hunting season will open Oct. 9 and clo...

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Silver Spring, MD, Sep. 20 (UPI) -- Maryland's first bear hunt in a half century has exposed a deep rift in the state between animal rights activists and hunters. Plagued by increasing encounters with black bears, the state is offering 200 licenses ...

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Conservation Reserve Program sign-up September 14, 2004 The USDA Farm Service Agency is conducting a Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) sign-up August 30 through September 24, 2004. CRP, previously referred to as the soil bank, is a voluntary p...

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By Vic Allshouse E-E Outdoors Columnist Through scientific studies, the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation has determined that the biggest threat to Oklahoma's quail population is the loss of habitat. Many of the readers will remember t...

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Valley Hunting Ethics of hunting often difficult to discuss among family, friends Jeff Gambill/Tribune-Star September 19, 2004 A couple of years ago I wrote a column about the ethics of hunting and how the general public perceives hunting. The co...

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Successful Opening Day For Youth Dove Hunts The annual STEP OUTSIDE Youth Dove Hunts for 2004 began Saturday, September 11, with 21 hunts throughout the North Zone of the state. Fields were alive with 873 excited youngsters – almost a hundred more...

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Posted on Sun, Sep. 12, 2004 Afield | The Great Sunday Hunting Debate rages on in Pennsylvania By Mark Nale For the CDT With the exception of foxes, coyotes and crows, hunting on Sundays has been banned in Pennsylvania since 1873. New legis...

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DEM, PARTNERS, ANNOUNCE PRESERVATION OF SOUTH KINGSTOWN FARMLAND Cooperative Preservation Efforts Increasingly Common PROVIDENCE - The Department of Environmental Management, The Nature Conservancy, the Agricultural Land Preservation Commission, an...

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Minnesota Pheasant Counts Down From the Minnesota DNR Unseasonably cold, wet weather this spring caused Minnesota's pheasant counts to drop 47 percent from 2003, according to the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR). Overall, the counts i...

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McAlester to host quail meeting By JOHN YATES Well, the City of McAlester is not actually having hundreds of quail fly in for a convention, but rather there will be a meeting for hunters and landowners on the future of quail next month in McAlester....

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Crop Report: Outlook good for winter grasses Associated Press COLLEGE STATION, Texas - South Texas rangelands are shaping up to have a great winter while pastures in West Texas are improving, Texas Cooperative Extension reports. "As far as South ...

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Waterfowl hunting in cities can be tricky business By Don Mulligan Star correspondent September 19, 2004 Practically every major city in Indiana has a river running through it. In East Chicago, it's the Grand Calumet River. South Bend has the...

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Kentucky couples say North Dakota is best place to train dogs Associated Press NEWBURG, N.D. - A pair of married couples from Kentucky are training hunting dogs near this Bottineau County city. Lonnie and Charlotte Welsh of Summer Shade, Ky., and...

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