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Quail Unlimited Announces New Director of Marketing and Public Relations Craig Alderman joins Quail Unlimited as the New Director of Marketing and Public Relations. Edgefield, SC (PRWEB) October 5, 2006 -- Quail Unlimited (QU), America’s leader ...

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Information and season dates for the 2006 Illinois Controlled Pheasant Hunting Program available online Applications accepted starting July 1 SPRINGFIELD, IL - Permit reservation information and 2006 season dates for the controlled pheasant hunting...

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Although tiny and isolated populations of wild pheasants may still exist in a few spot across Pennsylvania, including some here in the southeastern corner of the state, nearly all pheasant hunting again this fall will be focused on the 101,800 birds ...

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Elimination of CRP Proven Costly to Taxpayers Results Released of CRP Study For Immediate Release Contact: Lynn Tjeerdsma, 202-654-4617, lynnt@trcp.org WASHINGTON DC - September 21st - The Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership (TRCP) and i...

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Pro-Gun Bills Make Way To House Floor! Friday, September 22, 2006 The House of Representatives may act as early as next week on critical pro-Second Amendment reform bills. These bills need your support today: H.R. 5092--the “Bureau of Alcoh...

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Grass Grows Michigan Pheasants Bob St.Pierre (877)773-2070 For Immediate Release Contact: Bob St.Pierre (651)209-4931 Saint Paul, Minn. - September 21st - This week, Pheasants Forever Television (PF TV) travels to Michigan to see how acres enrol...

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Oklahoma Biologists, Hunters Banking On Second Quail Hatch August roadside surveys conducted by the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation show a statewide decrease of 55 percent over the 2005 survey. However, wildlife officials think a signif...

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Rock County Wisconsin Youth Outdoor Skills Day helps keep youth interested in hunting.

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Pheasant hunting in Utah will be fair at best Despite the fact that Utah pheasant populations have declined considerably over the years, many Utah hunters will be afield this year for the wily ringneck. Hunters should expect to see about the s...

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NWTF Shows Support with $100,000 Donation 09/20/2006 ASPEN, Colo. - Removing youth hunting barriers and defending the rights of hunters are two reasons the National Wild Turkey Federation partners with organizations such as the U.S. Sportsmen's All...

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06 South Dakota Hunting Handbooks Available Now PIERRE, S.D.—The 2006 Hunting and Trapping Handbook is now available at S.D. Game, Fish and Parks Department offices throughout the state. “Hunters will be able to get the latest edition of the ...

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Pheasant Hunters Should Be Aware of Road Hunting Rules In South Dakota PIERRE, S.D.—In recent years the Legislature and the S.D. Department of Game, Fish and Parks have worked to ease the tensions that developed between landowners and road hunter...

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Hunters can locate public hunting land with DNR PRIM maps (2006-09-13) The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources' (DNR) Public Recreation Information Maps (PRIM) can assist people in finding land open to public hunting this fall. The set of 51 ...

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Most hunters must wear blaze orange clothing while participating in the small game seasons, which open Saturday, Sept.16, according to the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR). "You can't take small game unless a visible portion of at lea...

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No shortage of pheasants Oct. 7 Young Pennsylvania hunters will have 22 mentored youth pheasant hunts to choose from on Oct. 7 -- the first day of the youth-only pheasant hunting season this year -- through the efforts of sportsmen's clubs that step...

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Grouse Season to Open Sept. 16 PIERRE, S.D. – With the recent severe drought conditions experienced across the majority of grouse range in South Dakota, biologists have studied what this means for the outlook of grouse hunting this 2006 fall seaso...

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Game Commission to Stock 16,700 Pheasants for Youth-Only Season; Two Additional WMUs Sell Out of Antlerless Deer Licenses Thursday September 7, 3:59 pm ET HARRISBURG, Pa., Sept. 7 /PRNewswire/ -- Young Pennsylvania hunters will have 22 different m...

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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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