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Pennsylvania Game Commission Encourages Clubs to Participate in Pheasant Chick and Egg Program Wednesday January 18, 10:59 am ET HARRISBURG, Pa., Jan. 18 /PRNewswire/ -- Sportsmen's organizations with qualified propagation facilities can augment th...

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Wisconsin Youth Hunting Bill Clears Senate Panel Legislation permitting parents to decide when young people will begin to hunt is one step closer to becoming law in Wisconsin. The Wisconsin Senate Natural Resources and Transportation Committee ap...

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Cooperation Helps Youth Hunters in Pennsylvania Like many grandfathers in Pennsylvania, Ron Fretts wasn't able to take his grandsons hunting because, until recently, it was illegal. For that reason, Fretts, a member of the National Wild Turkey Fede...

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Opening dates announced for 2006 Minnesota hunting seasons (2006-01-03) Opening dates for many of the 2006 Minnesota hunting seasons were announced this week by the Department of Natural Resources (DNR). The dates are being announced now for the ben...

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Pheasants doing well after winter storm Associated Press PIERRE, S.D. - The pheasant loss from the late November-early December ice storm and blizzard appears to be minimal, according to state Game, Fish and Parks officials. "Areas with marginal ha...

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Pheasants Doing Well After Winter Storm PIERRE, S.D. – Game, Fish and Parks officials say that some pheasant losses were documented from the recent blizzard and subsequent 10 days in the deep freeze; however, the loss of birds appears to be minimal....

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Pheasants Forever Supports Proposed Wetland Loan Act Act would advance $400 million for accelerated wetlands protection Washington D.C. – November 18, 2005 – Today, Pheasants Forever (PF) participated in a press conference announcing the Wetland Lo...

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Wild Turkeys Find New Homes for Thanksgiving Twenty-one wild turkeys were released near St. Louis and Philadelphia at symbolic and educational Thanksgiving wild turkey releases. The Pennsylvania Game Commission and the National Wild Turkey Federa...

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Nebraska's pheasant season off to good start
By: Rick Windham , The North Platte Telegraph
Nebraska's pheasant hunting season opened last Saturday and ...

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Pheasant hunting: Walk-in access opens up 150,000 acres Friday, November 04, 2005 - Private landowners and the Colorado Division of Wildlife are opening150,000 acres to pheasant hunters through the Walk-in Program. Hunters can begin gearing up for...

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Young Hunter Sets Example Courtesy of the National Wild Turkey Federation A recent study showed Wisconsin is recruiting only 53 new hunters for every 100 hunters lost. Assembly Bill 677 would allow parents in Wisconsin to decide when their ch...

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New Publication Gives Ins, Outs of Quail Habitat Monitoring Writer: Paul Schattenberg, (210) 467-6575,paschattenberg@ag.tamu.edu Contact: Jim Cathey, (830) 278-9151,jccathey@tamu.edu Robert Lyons, (830) 278-9151,rk-lyons@tamu.edu Photos and Graphi...

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With a variety of hunting and trapping seasons underway, Pennsylvania Game Commission Executive Director Vern Ross encouraged hunters and trappers to consider taking a non-hunter or non-trapper along with them as a way to spark their interest in join...

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Wheelin' Sportsmen Program Provides a Great Hunt Opportunity PIERRE, S.D. - The town of Blunt seems sleepy and normal enough for a small, South Dakota burg, but for two years now, something spectacular has happened within a stones throw of its main ...

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Victory for Sporting Arms Industry 10/26/2005 President Bush and Rob Keck, CEO of the NWTF Click image for print quality version. WASHINGTON - President Bush put his signature on the Protection of Lawful Commerce in Arms Act on Oct. 26, and sealed...

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New laws affect off-highway vehicle operators (2005-10-25) A number of changes enacted by the 2005 Minnesota Legislature regulating off-highway vehicles (including all-terrain vehicles, off-highway motorcycles and 4x4 trucks) will affect those who ow...

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Hunt Club Spreads its Wings 10/03/2005 A hunter poses with his turkey after a Wheelin' Sportsmen NWTF hunt. Click image for print quality version. It took two years of meetings, negotiations and finally, contracts, but the Broken Wing Hunt Club i...

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PHEASANT HAVEN: Native grasses in the Thumb bring back Pheasants October 27, 2005 BY ERIC SHARP FREE PRESS OUTDOORS WRITER CASS CITY -- You still can find good pheasant hunting in Michigan, as Tom Lounsbury has proved at his fourth-generation f...

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Pheasant season off to wind-blown start Hunting a bit difficult in the wind, but still a rewarding outing. By JULI PROBASCO-SOWERS REGISTER STAFF WRITER October 30, 2005 Forest City, Ia. — Sally Prickett settled her shotgun over her shoulder and ...

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DNR to increase emphasis on roadside habitat (2005-10-25) Minnesota's roadsides will soon get more attention from the Department of Natural Resources (DNR). The DNR has hired Tom Keefe to head up the agency's newly funded Roadsides for Wildlife progr...

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