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Wildlife fence nears completion
The Wenatchee World    Share    Share on FacebookTwitterShare on LinkedinE-mail article
By the time bighorn sheep of the Swakane herd in Washington, go into rut next month, a nine-mile fence from Rocky Reach to Spencer Canyon on Highway 97A north of Wenatchee will be finished. That means the male sheep, running around looking to mate, and the female sheep who are being pursued, are far less likely to dash out onto the highway and get killed. More



9 ways to maintain your hunting traditions
National Shooting Sports Foundation    Share    Share on FacebookTwitterShare on LinkedinE-mail article
This time of year, millions of Americans feel the tug to participate in what they consider the ultimate interaction with the natural world–hunting. For many hunters, it's a time for sharing long-established traditions with family members and friends. The National Shooting Sports Foundation, the trade association for the firearms, ammunition, hunting and target shooting industry, notes that hunting seasons will be open for small game, big game and bird hunting across the nation over the next several months. Those who are successful in their hunts will stock their freezers with nutritious, locally obtained meat. Many also will share their bounty with food pantries to provide meals to the less fortunate. More

Hunter safety courses are useful for beginners, veterans
The Muskegon Chronicle    Share    Share on FacebookTwitterShare on LinkedinE-mail article
A new season of hunting is upon us and people are out sighting their rifles, shooting a little skeet or getting practice at a bow club. But we need to remember to practice our safety skills first. Some have young hunters who need to take a hunter safety course, which teaches useful skills. Parents need to get involved as well by asking their child what they learned and reassuring them that instructor has given them the correct information. We have to remember that the hunter safety course is based upon years of statistics as well as good old common sense. The course is then given so that the most important safety tips are addressed. More

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Creative thinking helps hunters during scouting
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It begins in the spring, intensifies during the summer and into the fall, and continues even for those who hunt in the snow during Pennsylvania's later bowhunting deer season. And thinking "outside of the box" when scouting is one of the best ways to increase success when bowhunting savvy whitetails. More

Arizona's hunting regulations amended to incorporate expanded hunting areas
Sonoran News    Share    Share on FacebookTwitterShare on LinkedinE-mail article
Arizona Hunters rejoice. You now have access to approximately one million acres of public and state trust lands within municipal boundaries this hunting season, but there are regulation changes that relate to these new opportunities and public safety that hunters need to know. These opportunities required amending the 2011-12 Arizona Hunting and Trapping Regulations, as well as the 2011 Pronghorn Antelope and Elk Hunt Regulations because the changes to state law became effective after these publications were distributed. More

Bighorn sheep hunting rules complex, judge told
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There are many often complex rules bighorn sheep hunters must follow as they try to decide if the animals in their sights are legal to shoot, a provincial court judge was told. Conservation officer Gary Kruger was called by the Crown to testify at the trial of Kenneth Eng, a Kelowna, B.C., man accused of shooting a bighorn sheep near Spences Bridge that was not big enough to meet the harvest rules. More

Deer hunting season opens for hunters with disabilities
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Before anyone else can hunt deer in Iowa, hunters with disabilities had a chance starting Sept. 17. The timing of the special two-week hunting season is designed to coincide with better weather, says state deer biologist Tom Litchfield. More

A basic guide to sporting rifle actions: Bolt, lever, pump and semi auto
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This is a brief guide to the four basic sporting-rifle actions in use today. It will give you a basic idea of how they work, and what their strengths and weaknesses are. They've all been around for a long time. The bolt, pump, and lever date from the 19th century. The gas-operated semi-auto was developed in the 1930s, and was well established by the end of World War II. More

Hunting, fishing critical for wildlife management
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The "good ol' days" were tough on Colorado's wildlife. In the late 1800s and early 1900s, trout, deer, elk, bighorn sheep, wild turkey and many other wildlife species were nearly wiped out from Colorado because of human settlement activities and market hunting. Restaurants in the eastern United States served a "Taste of the West" with such dishes as prairie chicken consommé and roasted leg of elk. Market hunters earned $1.25 for a pair of mallards and up to $50 for a bison hide at a time when laborers were lucky to earn a dollar a day. More

Senate Committee considers bill that could have major impact on waterfowl habitat in the Gulf
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Since the Gulf Coast spill occurred, Ducks Unlimited has been urging Congress to support legislation that ensures penalties paid by the parties responsible for the Deepwater Horizon oil spill under the Clean Water Act are directed back to the Gulf Coast region. The Senate will move one step closer towards this goal when the Committee of Environment and Public Works considers the RESTORE the Gulf Coast Act of 2011. Provisions within this bill would direct 80 percent of Gulf spill-related penalties paid under the Clean Water Act toward the long-term health of the Gulf region's coastal ecosystem and economies. More
 

 
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