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Entries for January 2005

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Hunting decision appealed By Kevin Woster, Journal Staff Writer PIERRE - South Dakota Attorney General Larry Long said Friday that he was appealing a ruling by a circuit court judge in Winner that would tighten restrictions on road hunting. The ru...

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Hog Control A Growing Challenge For Public Land Managers Hunters Are Helping Control One Of Missouri's Most Destructive Pests JEFFERSON CITY-The phrase "hog wild" has taken on new meaning for managers of public land in Missouri over the past decade....

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OMAHA, Neb. - Exhibitors at the recent National Pheasant Fest weren't just geared toward hunting but to land conservation and farming practices as well.

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WOODWARD, Okla. - Word spreads from country where quail is king. Get a banner bobwhite year, and hunters hauling pointing dogs pour in from points as far as Georgia and farther. Some of the most visible motel patrons are bird dogs - English pointer...

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Heavy snow is no friend to vulnerable ringnecks. (1-14-05) Heavy snow might be good for skiers and showshoers, but it's no friend to many species of wildlife, notably pheasants. Less than a week after the close of the season, Iowa's top gameb...

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Historic Partnership Formed at Pheasant Fest in Omaha; PF Becomes the First Wildlife Conservation Organization to Officially Partner with the Farm Service Agency

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Bill would ban remote hunting online AUGUSTA, Maine (AP) — Animal advocates and sportsmen have endorsed a legislator’s bid to make a pre-emptive strike against remote-controlled hunting over the Internet. Although no one has even suggested introduci...

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Walt Sokolowski started the morning of Sept. 10 as a deer hunter, but he ended it unexpectedly as a cougar hunter. The Medford man and his hunting companions worked the brush at an Applegate ranch in search of a blacktail buck, but they stumbled upo...

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Rounds Unveils Options For SD Quarter Design Voting is under way to decide the design of the South Dakota commemorative quarter. People can vote until April 15th at banks and credit unions or through state government's Internet site. There are fiv...

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Pheasant season said to be mixed by Darwin Danielson Reports say Iowa's biggest hunting season ended with mixed results. Iowa Department of Natural Resources wildlife biologist Todd Bogenschutz says surveys showed the pheasant population was down a...

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Quail hunting paradise found Mexican lodge features birds in large numbers, first-rate amenities By JOE DOGGETT Copyright 2005 Houston Chronicle Quality quail hunting is hard to find. This is a long-standing axiom of upland wingshooting. We are, of ...

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Guide: Big game hunting not for beginners CHAD NATION , Staff Writer Submitted photos - Rob Brodhagen's North Caribou Camps (inset, upper left) are located in northern Ontario. Their picturesque beauty and fishing make them a hideaway for any...

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Pheasant hunters bag fewer birds this season The drop could hurt the $53 million sport, but it's too soon to tell what impact it will have, officials say. By JULI PROBASCO-SOWERS REGISTER STAFF WRITER Hunters bagged nearly a third fewer pheasants ...

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Kingston – Hundreds of hunters and animal rights activists jammed into the chambers of the Ulster County Legislature last night, arguing over the use of public money to fund a pheasant-hunting program. The hunters won this round but the more telli...

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Pheasant Fest 2005 supported by key federal conservation agencies ST. PAUL, Minn. - The U. S. Department of Agriculture's (USDA) Farm Service Agency (FSA) and Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) have agreed to support National Pheasant...

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Quail Unlimited calls for conservation By PAT ROBERTSON Outdoors Writer IN A FEW months spring will arrive, an event historically heralded by the sounds of bobwhite calls. But hearing a quail calling for a mate these days is a rare occasion. “Mo...

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Hunting at the T.M. Goodwin Reserve Is Complex & Rewarding Planning a duck hunting excursion to the T.M. Goodwin Waterfowl Management Area is a complex undertaking that requires patience and a lot of effort. The first step is calling to reserve a p...

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Hunting Rules Could Get Scrutiny (AP) _ Some rural North Dakota legislators are upset at the Game and Fish Department. So they're backing a proposal to have legislative review of the agency's hunting seasons and rules. Pettibone Representative Dua...

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Dove-hunting effort gets another shot It is among controversial issues that are expected to be brought up in the new Legislature. By PERRY BEEMAN REGISTER STAFF WRITER Iowans could be allowed to shoot mourning doves. Lawmakers plan to reopen deba...

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