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Pheasant Hunts On The Schedule Through Dec. 4 The Stockton Sportsmen's Club will be operating its pheasant program again this year in cooperation with Manteca area landowners. As in years past, this more than 50-year-old program has over three thou...

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State extends elk hunting by 2 weeks Associated Press Antlerless elk hunting in southwestern Montana was extended by two weeks Tuesday by the state Fish, Wildlife and Parks Commission in an unprecedented effort to reduce the size of elk herds. T...

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Project aims to increase pheasant population PLEASANT VALLEY, Idaho (AP) -- Many pheasant hunters in southeastern Idaho remember the heydays of the 1960s and 1970s, when habitat for the game bird was plentiful. But with progress came decline. As fa...

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Outdoors: Skip Hess DNR tries to balance deer, fowl populations November 21, 2004 Consider the current dichotomy among wildlife biologists at the Indiana Department of Natural Resources' fish and wildlife division. There are biologists charge...

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Quail, game-bird growers on rise in N.C. The Associated Press HARMONY, N.C. -- The number of people raising quail and other game birds is on the rise in North Carolina, as farmers look for supplemental income or a way to participate in sport huntin...

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New Bern Sun Journal http://www.newbernsj.com Farmers can help quail, themselves with new federal program that pays November 19, 2004 Ed Wall Special to the Sun Journal The N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission is encouraging farmers to improve q...

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Hunters soon may be able to sit at their computers and blast away at animals on a Texas ranch via the Internet, a prospect that has state wildlife officials up in arms. A controversial Web site, www.live-shot.com, already offers target practice wit...

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Officials stop quail releases Associated Press Nov. 7, 2004 12:00 AM TUCSON - Biologists have released more than 25,000 masked bobwhite quail in the Buenos Aires National Wildlife Refuge since 1985, when the federal government bought a ranch for ...

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11/11/2004 Study Group Working On Hunting Issues A South Dakota study panel has been unable to reach agreement on a proposal that would restrict game wardens' ability to enter private land to check whether hunters are following the law. The West...

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Pheasant season provides economic boost for community As you drive through town, it is not hard to notice that hunting season is upon us. Everywhere you drive, from restaurants to liquor stores, signs are up welcoming hunters to the community. And ...

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Facts and figures about deer hunting In Michigan November 13, 2004, 7:56 AM Facts and figures about deer hunting in Michigan: --Minimum age for hunting deer with bow and arrow is 12; for hunting with firearm it's 14. --Firearm season starts Mon...

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Outdoors: Skip Hess Pheasant group provides kids opportunity to experience hunt November 7, 2004 Jack Corpuz remembers taking an unloaded shotgun to school many times, never thinking there was anything wrong with leaving it in his car. Forty ...

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The Kansas City Star Kansas hunters celebrated the resiliency of the pheasant Saturday Just three years ago, many worried about the game bird's future. Pheasant numbers were down sharply in the midst of a drought, and it showed during the hunting...

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After Iowa corn harvest, pheasant season should pick up Sunday, November 14, 2004 There is a silver lining to this year's very slow start to Iowa's hunting season. When farmers finally harvest remaining standing corn, pheasants will be force...

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MAKE LAND PHEASANT FRIENDLY; AMARILLO WILDLIFE WORKSHOP TO SHOW HOW Writer: Robert Burns, (903) 834-6191,rd-burns@tamu.edu Contact: Ken Cearley, (325) 653 4576,k-cearley@tamu.edu Dr. Billy Higginbotham, (903) 834-6191,b-higginbotham@tamu.edu AMARI...

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Posted on Fri, Nov. 12, 2004 HUNTING IN SOUTH CAROLINA Horry ranks 5th in state for quail From staff reports Survey results for the 2003-04 hunting season show that Horry County was among the top five counties for quail, according to the S.C. D...

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Outlook good for pheasant hunters By John Curtis Dodge City Daily Globe The pheasant outlook for southwest Kansas at the start of the season Saturday looks real good said Scotty Baugh, an officer in the Dodge City division of the Kansas Departme...

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Los Angeles Daily News Hunt for new generation 4 Seasons gives young hunters a place to learn sport By Jim Niemiec Special to the Daily News Wednesday, November 10, 2004 - TEHACHAPI -- A trip to 4 Seasons Hunting preserve, about a 1-hour drive f...

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Kansas bags big cash for pheasant season Joe Sheeran Eyewitness News Thursday, November 11, 2004 Thousands of hunters will fly home from Kansas this weekend on an extra set of wings. Pheasant season opens this weekend. Thirty-five percent of the...

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State Game Commission Sights In Cougar-Hunting Plan POSTED: 11:01 am MST November 13, 2004 SANTA FE, N.M. -- State Game Commission Chairman Guy Riordan has suggested opening New Mexico wildlife areas to mountain lion hunters. The commission is to ...

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