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Fergus Falls, Minnesota Tuesday, August 02, 2005 State offering hunters more shots By Brian Hansel It looks like a "bullish" market for Minnesota hunters this fall. The state is giving hunters an opportunity to harvest more deer and upland bir...

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Deer hunters 18 or older who live in Wisconsin will pay $4 more for a gun deer hunting license and resident anglers will pay $3 more for an annual fishing license under new fees that took effect Wed., July 27, under the final state budget. License f...

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Grant secures public access to private land July 30, 2005 PENDLETON -- A $13,664 grant from the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife Access and Habitat Program will ensure continued public hunting access for pheasant and other upland birds on 12,...

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New license system in place for fall hunting seasons The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission has streamlined the hunting license system. Previous hunting licenses expired a year from the date of purchase. Under the new system, hunting licenses will e...

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Special dove and quail hunts, in which no hunting fee will be charged, will be held at three sites by the Department of Fish and Game's Game Bird Heritage program. Hunts will be held on the opening weekend of the dove opener and the opening weekend ...

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Jul 26, 2005 - (Auburn, IN 7/26/05)-- Dekalb Indiana County Zoning Appeals Board has approved a request to operate a controversial hunting preserve. The Zoning board last night granted Richard and Rebecca Reed a petition to develop about 150 acres...

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Mountain Lion Hunting Season Proposed PIERRE, S.D. - South Dakota will have a restricted mountain lion hunting season from Oct. 1 through Dec. 15 if a recent Game, Fish and Parks Commission proposal is finalized at next month's commission meeting in...

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Wildlife refuges may soon allow hunting By Jon Brodkin / Daily News Staff Wednesday, July 20, 2005 The Assabet River and Great Meadows national wildlife refuges may allow hunting beginning next year under a new proposal by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife...

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U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Proposes Additional Hunting And Fishing Programs on Two National Wildlife Refuges in California July 14, 2005 Contacts: Tom Harvey (Stone Lakes NWR) 916/775-4421 Kevin Foerster (Sacramento River NWR) 530/934 ...

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Hunting on the Snake River Islands Sector Before hunting on the refuge, be sure to consult the hunting regulations. The islands are heavily hunted on weekends, but are less heavily visited during the week. The Snake River Islands can be accessed ...

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Indiana CREP Enrollment Begins Today Pheasants Forever Encourages Indiana Landowners to Consider Enrolling in New CREP St. Paul, Minn. – July 18, 2005 – Sign-up for Indiana’s first Conservation Reserve Enhancement Program (CREP) begins today. The ...

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Pheasants Forever Television Flushes to the Air New Series Begins July 31st on the Outdoor Life Network St. Paul, Minn. – July 18, 2005 – The Outdoor Life Network (OLN) recently slotted Pheasants Forever Television to air on Sundays at 11:30AM C...

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State acquires land for pheasant hunting July 18, 2005 The state Office of School and Public Lands has acquired 640 acres in Jerauld County that will help meet a demand for public areas to hunt pheasants. Bryce Healy, school and public lands commis...

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By Becky Bohrer Associated Press — July 12, 2005 BILLINGS — Six months after canceling a planned bison hunt because of concerns about bad publicity, Montana's wildlife commission has approved a revised hunt of bison that leave Yellowstone National Pa...

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Fergus Falls, Minnesota Tuesday, July 12, 2005 Roadside mowing delay could save thousands of birds in state By Tom Conroy She scooted across the road far enough ahead that I had plenty of time to brake and miss her. But when her chick suddenly p...

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Forever Wild Commits $15 Million to Purchase Land for Public Use The Forever Wild Land Trust has voted to spend $15 million to pursue purchase of several additional tracts of land for activities such as hunting, hiking, camping and birding. The Co...

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2005 Sage Grouse Season Proposal PIERRE, S.D. - South Dakota's 2005 sage grouse hunting season has been proposed for Sept. 28 and 29. "Under the Game, Fish and Parks Commission proposal, this year's sage grouse season would move from the Wednesday ...

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Mukwonago approves pheasant-hunting club By MELISSA WITTIG mwittig@journalsentinel.com www.journalsentinel.com Posted: June 15, 2005 Town of Mukwonago - A pheasant-hunting preserve that withstood earlier criticism from nearby neighbors was unanim...

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DES MOINES, Iowa State officials say pheasant hunters in Iowa should find more birds this fall than in 2004. Officials with the Iowa Department of Natural Resources say a mild winter and favorable spring nesting conditions should result in healthy p...

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Pheasants Forever (PF) encourages landowners and counties to consider wildlife before starting their mowers this summer. Ground-nesting birds like pheasants, ducks, songbirds, quail, and gray partridge are particularly vulnerable to mowing until Aug...

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