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Entries for May 2005

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3,100-Acre Wisconsin Habitat Jewel Dedicated Jefferson Marsh is State’s Largest Public Hunting Opportunity between Madison and Milwaukee Jefferson, Wisc. – May 27, 2005 – Today, Pheasants Forever (PF), the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources ...

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PIERRE, S.D. - Game, Fish and Parks officials say all eligible South Dakotans can apply for South Dakota's leftover antlerless elk licenses without affecting their future eligibility. People who would be ineligible for these licenses are those who we...

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Pheasant Hunting in Iowa is Part of Thanksgiving Tradition Posted: November 23, 2004 DES MOINES - The Thanksgiving tradition means more than just a big meal with family. In many homes, it means heading out to hunt Iowa's number one game - the ringn...

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by Joe Wilkinson Posted: November 9, 2004 Some hunters got birds. Some hunters got blown over. Many wind-whipped pheasant hunters called it quits early on opening day, with sustained 30 mile an hour blasts common across all of Iowa. That had phe...

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Iowa Pheasant Season Ends with a Bang by Lowell Washburn Posted: January 11, 2005 CLEAR LAKE---Jonathan Conder is my hero. He's also the local, Channel-3 TV weatherman. I elevated him to hero status the moment I heard him predict the arrival of a...

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DNR takes major step toward purchase of Goose Pond and Bee Hunter Marsh The Indiana Department of Natural Resources has taken a significant step toward purchase of the approximately 7,997 acres in Greene County commonly known as Goose Pond and Bee H...

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Sportsman's Groups Come Through Again PIERRE, S.D. -- Sportsman's groups have a long history of assisting South Dakota's Department of Game Fish and Parks, and recently, another great example occurred in Sioux Falls when the Outdoor Campus and Game ...

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Youth Deer Changes Lessen Season Restrictions, Provide More Opportunity PIERRE, S.D. - Game, Fish and Parks Commission changes to South Dakota's youth deer season have made it easier for youth deer hunters to get a license and hunt statewide. "Yout...

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Hey, Want to STEP OUTSIDE? PIERRE, S.D. - South Dakotans have six invitations to STEP OUTSIDEã this summer. STEP OUTSIDEã is a national program of the National Shooting Sports Foundation and is being introduced in South Dakota by the Department of G...

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St. Paul, Minn. – May 24, 2005 – Pheasants Forever (PF) and the Nebraska Game & Parks Commission (NGPC) invite members of the media to attend a tour of Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) lands being held in Stanton County, Nebraska on Thursday, June ...

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CRP Essential to South Dakota PIERRE, S.D. - When folks think of South Dakota, they think of pheasants. Right now, pheasant numbers are at a 35-year high, thanks in large part to the Conservation Reserve Program (CRP). "CRP provides the most wildli...

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Controlled fires help restore, protect Minnesota's prairies (2005-04-19) Controlled burns will be conducted on the prairies and savannas of western, central and southern Minnesota this spring. Unlike wildfires, these fires are part of a carefully man...

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Wisconsin wolf population continues to grow State population estimated at 425 to 455 PARK FALLS, Wis. – The estimated number of gray wolves in Wisconsin through the late winter of 2005 was 425 to 455, up about 14 percent from the estimate of 373 to 4...

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Nonresident Waterfowl Licenses Set Not To Move PIERRE, S.D. – South Dakota’s nonresident waterfowl licenses have been set for 2005 by the Game, Fish and Parks Commission, and no three-day licenses will be moved. "Last month’s proposal opened the po...

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Some Recommendations When Contacting Landowners PIERRE, S.D. – Spring turkey season is a great time for meeting nature. It is also a good time for hunters, if they have not already done so, to meet with their prospective landowners and build on or e...

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Fanning the Flames for Pheasants Prescribed Burning Reinvigorates Native Grasses St. Paul, Minn. – May 3, 2005 – Pheasants Forever (PF) habitat specialists have been busy burning wildlife habitat this spring. As strange as that may sound, prescrib...

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LITTLE ROCK — Of all Arkansas wildlife held in high regard, quail may be at or near the top of the list. Of all Arkansas trees, there is no doubt pines are the most numerous. History in recent decades tells that while the growing of pine trees has ...

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