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Entries for August 2005

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GFP Pheasant Brood Survey Shows High Numbers PIERRE, S.D. - The South Dakota Department of Game, Fish and Parks (GFP) has completed their annual pheasant brood survey. The survey results indicate the highest number of pheasants per mile in the past ...

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Illinois is Home to Quail Forever’s Second Chapter Chapter forms within an hour’s drive from country’s first QF chapter in St. Louis St. Paul, Minn. – August 25, 2005 – Nearly two dozen quail enthusiasts gathered in Bunker Hill, Illinois last night...

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Hunters’ Clays to Sporting Clays: The Evolution Courtesy of the National Wild Turkey Federation August 18, 2005 € Since 1981, sporting clays has been a competitive sport in the United States. € The National Wild Turkey Federation’s annual Turke...

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Serving More than Meals Courtesy of the National Wild Turkey Federation For millions of families across North America, Thanksgiving and Christmas mean more than just holidays and lots of food. They are special occasions bringing friends and fa...

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Sunday, September 16, 2001 Hunting Learning The Hard Way : Let Your Dog Be Your Hunting Partner Ray Mulé, FWP wildlife biologist PDF Version It’s been said that a dog’s nose is a million times more sensitive than a human’s. Most of the time, when b...

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Friday, May 14, 2004 Headlines Reading The Landscape For Upland Birds Andrew McKean, FWP Information Officer, Region 6 Last winter knocked the stuffing out of many residents of northeastern Montana—including the thousands of pheasants and native gro...

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Poll shows some support for reinstating dove hunting ban August 12, 2005, 5:30 PM LANSING, Mich. (AP) -- A recent poll indicates about 60 percent of those surveyed would vote or lean toward voting to reinstate a ban to prevent the hunting of mourni...

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Wild Turkey for a Healthier Thanksgiving Dinner Courtesy of the National Wild Turkey Federation During this year’s Thanksgiving dinner, don’t cheat yourself out of eating more turkey because you’re trying to watch your weight. Instead, try eat...

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Pheasant hunting prospects are top of mind with bird hunters looking forward to pheasant season in October. The new two-day resident-only period is October 6-7, with general pheasant season opening October 8 across the state. Good pheasant hunting de...

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Friday, January 24, 2003 Hunting New Game Bird Farm and Shooting Preserve Guidelines In Place PDF Version Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks has proposed new guidelines to manage the state’s game bird farms and shooting preserves based on a detailed env...

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Time to gear up for season By Gerard MacCrossan The Daily Times http://web.dailytimes.com/story.lasso?wcd=16782 Published August 13, 2005 The rain of the last few days is welcomed by many Hill Country residents, not least the wildlife who forage ...

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Big Year for Pheasants Forever in Michigan Continues with DNR Award Pheasants Forever receives Partnership in Conservation award from Michigan DNR St. Paul, Minn. – August 12, 2005 – Earlier this week, the Michigan Department of Natural Resources...

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No Hunting At Circle B This Year By Del Milligan The Ledger LAKELAND -- The Circle B Bar Reserve at Lake Hancock will be closed to duck hunters for the 2005-06 season because of a nine-month project to restore the marsh system to its original state...

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State plan calls for big increase in cougar hunting MEDFORD (AP) - A new state plan calls for up to a 45 percent increase in the number of hunter-killed female cougars in Oregon, after a steady increase in reports of cougar-human conflicts through...

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Friday, May 13, 2005 Hunting Landowners Sought For Pheasant Release Program Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks is seeking landowners interested in releasing ring-necked pheasants in suitable habitats as part of Montana’s Upland Game Bird Release Program...

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Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks administers a program to release pen-raised pheasants on private land. Applications need to be submitted to the region 7 headquarters in Miles City prior to the May 15 deadline. The idea is to release pheasants into h...

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Friday, August 18, 2000 Headlines Aging Upland Game Birds-By Their Wings And Other Means One of the important joys of hunting can be found in learning more about wildlife. Many hunters can quickly determine if a deer is an adult or juvenile, but few...

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DNR sets 60-day, four-duck season (2005-08-03) Minnesota waterfowl hunters will have a 60-day duck season and four-duck daily bag limit, including one hen mallard, the Department of Natural Resources (DNR) announced today. The duck harvest in the M...

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MINNESOTA: DNR sets hunting, trapping seasons New regulations from the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources offer hunters more opportunities to shoot deer, a longer upland bird season and expanded youth hunts. DNR Commissioner Gene Merriam hig...

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Washington hunter trying to keep pheasant count high By Bob Frye TRIBUNE-REVIEW OUTDOORS EDITOR http://pittsburghlive.com/x/tribune-review/sports/outdoors/s_361159.html Sunday, August 7, 2005 Brian Hanna has this year, as he always does, saved some...

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