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Hunters get up close with toothy game By Larry Copeland, USA TODAY ATLANTA — Sarah Moore, 17, is a high school cheerleader. Frank Porto, 56, trains Delta Air Lines pilots. Lee Colquitt, 37, runs men's merchandising for sports apparel maker Russell At...

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DEM ANNOUNCES SMALL GAME HUNTING SEASON DATES AND LIMITS PROVIDENCE - The Department of Environmental Management's Division of Fish and Wildlife announces that Rhode Island's small game hunting season opens on October 18. Beginning on that date, all...

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ERIC SHARP: Small-game hunting likely a mixed bag September 9, 2004 BY ERIC SHARP FREE PRESS COLUMNIST GRAYLING -- The other night on the way home from Saginaw Bay I had about three hours before meeting my wife for dinner. So I stopped at ...

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GUINN CELEBRATES SAGE GROUSE PLAN VOLUNTEER EFFORTS Tuesday, Governor Kenny Guinn enthusiastically honored nearly 160 volunteers whose cumulative efforts over the past four years resulted in the completion of The Greater Nevada Sage Grouse conserva...

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Oklahoma Completes August Quail Survey From the Oklahoma Dept. of Wildlife Conservation Although roadside bobwhite quail surveys conducted in August showed a slight decrease of five percent over the 14-year average, all indications point to a good s...

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KDFWR Commission Creates New Permits for Deer & Turkey Hunting The Kentucky Fish and Wildlife Commission, in a specially-called meeting, took action this week to create nonresident hunting permits to accompany the junior turkey permit they approved ...

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Fee proposal targets hunting preference By Charlie Meyers Denver Post Outdoors Editor It's axiomatic in wildlife circles that most hunters prefer a buck or bull to a doe or cow. But will that passion for a big rack, any rack, reach all the way in...

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Wildlife to benefit from new conservation programs Quail, cranes among animals for which federal programs are seeking more habitat By Robert Pore robert.pore@theindependent.com Two new government conservation programs could help to increase habita...

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Valencia pheasant hunt to be limited Tom Treweek El Defensor Chieftain Reporter TTREWEEK ttreweek@dchieftain.com Valencia County has put a low limit on the number of pheasant hunters allowed on public land during the one-day season Dec. 11. Only...

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Waterfowl hunting in cities can be tricky business By Don Mulligan Star correspondent September 19, 2004 Practically every major city in Indiana has a river running through it. In East Chicago, it's the Grand Calumet River. South Bend has the...

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Crop Report: Outlook good for winter grasses Associated Press COLLEGE STATION, Texas - South Texas rangelands are shaping up to have a great winter while pastures in West Texas are improving, Texas Cooperative Extension reports. "As far as South ...

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McAlester to host quail meeting By JOHN YATES Well, the City of McAlester is not actually having hundreds of quail fly in for a convention, but rather there will be a meeting for hunters and landowners on the future of quail next month in McAlester....

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Posted on Sun, Sep. 12, 2004 Afield | The Great Sunday Hunting Debate rages on in Pennsylvania By Mark Nale For the CDT With the exception of foxes, coyotes and crows, hunting on Sundays has been banned in Pennsylvania since 1873. New legis...

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Successful Opening Day For Youth Dove Hunts The annual STEP OUTSIDE Youth Dove Hunts for 2004 began Saturday, September 11, with 21 hunts throughout the North Zone of the state. Fields were alive with 873 excited youngsters – almost a hundred more...

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DEM, PARTNERS, ANNOUNCE PRESERVATION OF SOUTH KINGSTOWN FARMLAND Cooperative Preservation Efforts Increasingly Common PROVIDENCE - The Department of Environmental Management, The Nature Conservancy, the Agricultural Land Preservation Commission, an...

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Minnesota Pheasant Counts Down From the Minnesota DNR Unseasonably cold, wet weather this spring caused Minnesota's pheasant counts to drop 47 percent from 2003, according to the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR). Overall, the counts i...

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Outdoors events this week Sept. 25 is a statewide free fishing day in California. Anglers don't need a fishing license in state regulated water, but all other regulations such as size, species and bag limits apply. Sept. 25 is also the 33rd annual N...

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Posted on Sun, Sep. 05, 2004 Dove hunting spotty on opener BY CHRIS NISKANEN Outdoors Editor Minnesota's first mourning dove season in nearly 60 years began Wednesday with mixed reports of success from around the state. Most hunters reported ...

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DNR's pheasant harvest goal is 750,000 For The Journal Between 1931 and 1964, the average pheasant harvest in Minnesota was 1,046,000 roosters. Between 1965 and 1986, the yearly average had plummeted to 270,000. "That's an astounding change," said...

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Hawkeye Pheasants: An Early-Season Primer Iowa's 2004 ringneck season is shaping up to be another great one. We give you the wheres and the hows right here. The author congratulates his shorthair after its nice retrieve of a Union County bird. ...

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