Wyoming bowhunter Shane Sanderson started the season in the Cowboy State off right on opening day by arrowing a monstrous whitetail deer still in velvet! The 10-point buck fell to Sanderson, 39, on Sept. 1, the first day of archery … Read More
White clover is a good source of protein for deer and turkey and should be considered when developing wildlife openings along with cost of planting and maintentance, duration of plant life and usefulness to wildlife species in the area. By … Read More
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Filled classrooms at Hunter Safety courses are a good thing, but perhaps more important is the number of students that actually participate in hunting after they graduate. A recent survey, funded by the National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF) and conducted … Read More
Students at three Alabama high schools have been building hunting blinds for disabled hunters as part of a project funded by a community development committee. The blinds, for deer and waterfowl hunters, will be set at the 240-acre Cherokee Physically … Read More
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The Indiana Natural Resources Commission will host two hearings in June to seek public comment on proposed changes to a number of fish and wildlife rules. The hearings will be Monday, June 10, at Mounds State Park in Anderson and … Read More
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William “Dusty” Gerrits, of Waupun, Wis., climbed into his stand in southwestern Fond du Lac County on the morning of Nov. 6, 2012, looking for a specific buck — a deer he had named “Tiny.” By Jake Edson The buck … Read More
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The buzz in Illinois is about drones — the small, remote controlled aircraft — and prohibiting their use to harass hunters and anglers. Illinois legislators in committee approved a bill to make it illegal to use drones to harass someone … Read More
A recent study conducted by Responsive Management for the Pennsylvania Game Commission shows deer are valued by all Pennsylvanians, including hunters and non-hunters. The study found very positive attitudes toward deer and deer-related recreation. A large majority of Pennsylvania residents … Read More