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Iowa Pheasant Numbers Down; Good Hunting Still Available BOONE - The Iowa pheasant population declined 22 percent over the past year, despite having a nearly average winter and spring nesting weather conditions. The lower pheasant count was discove...

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DNR says Minnesota's pheasant population well above average Associated Press ST. PAUL - Good news for Minnesota's pheasant hunters. The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources said Tuesday that it appears the state's pheasant population is the hig...

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Dove hunters must be alert to fire danger PIERRE, S.D.—As South Dakota dove hunters take to the field on Sept. 1 for the first bird hunting season of the fall, they should stay aware of the fire danger brought on by the state’s drought. “Ther...

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New CRP Practice Added to Landowners’ Toolbox HURON, S.D.--The USDA’s Farm Service Agency recently announced a new Conservation Reserve Program practice available to landowners, known as CP-37 or the Duck Nesting Habitat Practice. Using scient...

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Drought has minimal influence on South Dakota pheasant numbers PIERRE, S.D.—South Dakotans have been wondering for months what effect the state’s lingering drought would have on the pheasant population. According to the Game, Fish and Parks Departme...

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Join South Dakota’s Growing Teaming with Wildlife Coalition PIERRE, S.D.—A group working to restore and conserve the nation’s wildlife is looking for new members in South Dakota. Teaming with Wildlife is a national coalition of more than 3,000 g...

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Congress approves bill to strengthening conservation tax incentives WASHINGTON, D.C. — Earlier this month, Congress approved legislation that will increase and extend conservation tax incentives as part of the Pension Protection Act, H.R.4. Thi...

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Walk-In Area Program Again Passes Million-Acre Mark PIERRE, S.D. -- South Dakota’s Walk-In Area Program surpassed last year's record enrollment of 1.03 million-acres. “Our long-term goal was to reach 1 million acres by 2006, but due to the hard wor...

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Study confirms program increases pheasant population Agriculture Secretary Mike Johanns has announced the results of a study that demonstrates land enrolled under the Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) is associated with increased numbers of ring-...

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Changes in mine land reclamation guidelines benefit quail By TPWD Aug 19, 2006 AUSTIN, Texas — New alternatives for reclaiming mined lands in Texas means thousands of acres of new quail habitat could be realized each year, according to wildlife bio...

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A drawing will determine who gets to hunt at two conservation areas in southern Missouri. Alton, Mo. - infoZine - The Missouri Department of Conservation is accepting applications for special quail hunts on the Dan and Maureen Cover Prairie Conserva...

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Pheasant hunters in North Dakota came out in record numbers last year, resulting in the largest pheasant harvest in 60 years, according to the North Dakota Game and Fish Department. A series of mild winters and good nesting habitat have increased th...

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The Wisconsin DNR will include pheasants in its small-game hunting regulations book for the first time this year. Previously, the DNR handed out a supplemental handbook. The pheasant season runs Oct. 14 through Dec. 31. On the first two days of the ...

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To create more opportunities for dove hunters, the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources has created 14 fields in wildlife management areas to attract birds. The three- to five-acre fields were planted with small grains, sunflowers and other cro...

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Wildlife Grants: Applications are being accepted for Special Wildlife Fund Grant Programs administered through the Illinois Department of Natural Resources. Illinois Habitat Funds can be awarded for projects seeking to preserve, protect, acquire or m...

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Wingshooting Clinics: The IDNR and participating sponsors host a series of wingshooting clinics for beginners and hunters this summer. At youth/women’s clinics, instruction is available for young wingshooters 10 - 15 years of age. Sessions are als...

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By Joe Kafka Associated Press Writer PIERRE - Owners and operators of hunting services in central South Dakota have lost a lawsuit with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service over threats of prosecution for certain farming and management practices. U.S...

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Hunters can find season dates and reservation information online starting today for the 2006 controlled pheasant hunting program at 14 Illinois Department of Natural Resources sites. The online application period for controlled pheasant hunting at t...

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Walk-In Areas Popularity Growing Each year, the South Dakota Game, Fish and Parks Department makes a significant investment in leasing private lands for public use. A recent GF&P survey shows that the investment is paying off in hunter satisfaction....

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Firearm Industry Helps Wisconsin Recruit Hunters Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources Receives $13,878 Grant NEWTOWN, Conn.—The firearm industry says it wants more hunters in Wisconsin, and it's putting money where its mouth is. The industry's...

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