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Iowa Pheasant Harvest Tops 1 Million Again Posted: June 29, 2004 BOONE - More than 140,000 hunters harvested 1.08 million pheasants in Iowa last year, which was an increase of 48 percent over the 2002 harvest estimate of 729,000. The numbers are es...

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News from The NYS Department of Environmental Conservation For more information: Gabrielle Done, (518) 402-8000 DEC ANNOUNCES RELEASE OF PHEASANTS FOR 2004 HUNTING SEASON Pheasant Raising Programs Bolster Hunting Opportunities ALBANY, NY -- (0...

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Bush Administration Opens Up More Land For Hunting, Fishing The Bush administration announced Tuesday it is opening up hundreds of thousands of acres of lands and streams in 17 national wildlife refuges and wetlands, including one in Texas. The l...

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HARRISBURG, Pa., Sept. 23 /PRNewswire/ -- The Pennsylvania Game Commission has slated 200,000 ring-necked pheasants for release throughout the Commonwealth for the upcoming small game hunting seasons. In addition, 20,000 birds will be released for th...

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Public Invited to "Talk Story" with DLNR on Hunting at Mauna Kea WAIMEA — Conservation officers of the Dept. of Land and Natural Resources will hold an open "public forum" on Sunday, March 21 from noon to 3 p.m. at Mauna Kea Kilohana check-in st...

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Bear hunting season begins Thursday, September2, 2004, 2:57 PM RUMFORD (AP) - Bear hunting season begin Monday, and this could be the last time hunters are allowed to use bait, dogs or traps. Mainers will vote November 2 on whether to ban bear hunt...

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Better dove hunting chances this season Special to the Sun It's time to load up on shotgun shells: Arizona Game and Fish Department biologists are expecting increased dove hunting opportunities this year. The early dove season opens today (Wednesd...

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Hunting Outlook ROGUE — Deer and elk bow seasons remain quiet locally, with bowhunters seeing a few bulls. A few elk have been taken so far at high-elevation areas near clearcuts, but look for improved successes as better weather conditions come. Blu...

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Lotteries set up for hunting blinds Friday, September 03, 2004 A lottery for waterfowl hunting blinds at LaDue Reservoir in Geauga County will be held at the Geauga County Fairgrounds on Sept. 23. Young hunters can apply by mail for hunting blinds a...

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Antlerless moose hunting limited after high success WILDLIFE: Some areas remain open; biologists say cows must be culled. The Associated Press (Published: September 8, 2004) FAIRBANKS -- State game managers closed three areas south of Fairbanks to...

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UPLAND GAME BIRD STAMPS NOT REQUIRED FOR DOVE HUNTERS Even though upland game bird stamps are now required when hunting most upland game birds in Nevada, they are not needed when hunting for dove, according to the Nevada Department of Wildlife. Dov...

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Rural landowners targeted Seminars for managing wildlife, private property are scheduled By SHANNON TOMPKINS Copyright 2004 Houston Chronicle If Texas is to have thriving, healthy and abundant wildlife, private landowners stand to play perhaps the m...

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Strange but true: Hunting dove legal in parts of the city BY JEFFREY GAUTREAUX, STAFF WRITER Aug 31, 2004 With the annexation of land by the city, some prime dove-hunting land has become part of Yuma. And since it is illegal to discharge a firearm...

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Kurt Mueller column: Hunting Dog Expo has something for everyone Shorter days and cool nights beckon a return to the duck marsh, or to the expanse of South Dakota in quest of the ringneck pheasant, or to the northwoods for that hair-raising flush of...

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Deleware Hunting & Fishing Seasons announced 07/27/2003 For information about fish, fowl and game seasons, call 739-3441 or go to www.dnrec.state.de.us/fw. Bass: Year-round season for black sea bass except closed Sept. 2-15, Dec. 1-31; year-round...

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Small changes affect pheasant population The Amarillo Globe-News By making small changes in management, landowners can have a positive, instead of negative, effect on their pheasant population. The birds depend on adequate cover for nesting, bro...

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Kentucky couples say North Dakota is best place to train dogs Associated Press NEWBURG, N.D. - A pair of married couples from Kentucky are training hunting dogs near this Bottineau County city. Lonnie and Charlotte Welsh of Summer Shade, Ky., and...

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More and more Maine residents giving bear hunting a shot As bear season enters its third week here in Maine, outfitters in rural towns are welcoming yet another group of hunters who pay good money to spend a week in the woods waiting for the chance ...

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Posted on Tue, Sep. 07, 2004 Survey looks at pheasant hunting WAYNE ORTMAN Associated Press SIOUX FALLS, S.D. - Residents spent an average of just over 8 1/2 days hunting pheasants last year, brought home 14 birds and did most of their hunting ...

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WASHINGTON STATE RECEIVES NEVADA SAGE GROUSE In an effort to enhance the genetics of two populations of sage grouse in the state of Washington, 25 of the birds were recently trapped in Nevada and transported to that state where they were released. ...

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