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  • AUGUSTA, Maine — On Monday, September 28th, over 900 moose hunters are expected to enter the Maine woods pursuing Maine’s most majestic mammal. This is the 40th year of Maines modern moose hunt, a hunt which resumed in 1980 after being closed since 1936. While Monday marks the first day of moose season in northern […]
  • SOUTH CHARLESTON, W.VA. — Early black bear gun hunting, with or without dogs, is available in all or parts of 16 counties until Sept. 25 and will open up in four additional counties on Oct. 3. All or parts of the counties open to bear hunting until Sept. 25 include Barbour (east of route 92), […]
  • The California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) is pursuing a regulation change that would allow elk and pronghorn (antelope) hunters whose seasons were cut short or eliminated due to wildfires and forest closures to receive a refund of their 2020 tag fees along with a restoration of their preference points used to acquire their […]
  • The 2020 Louisiana alligator hunting season has been extended to 60 days this year and will end in late October in both east and west zones, the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries (LDWF) said. Hunting in the east zone will conclude Oct. 24 and on Oct. 31 in the west zone. Baited hooks and […]
  • Crossbow hunting opportunities have increased this year, but please read the following before you head into the woods: Unless you are 65 years of age or older, or have a special permanent disability permit to hunt with a crossbow, you may NOT hunt deer during the muzzleloader season or during the expanded archery season (except […]
  • Know a Nebraska youth who would appreciate a lifetime hunt or fish permit? There is still time to enter them into a drawing to purchase one for half the cost! Nebraska youth ages 15 and younger are eligible, and parents, grandparents and any adult who wants to give the gift of the outdoors can also […]
  • JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – The Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) reminds Missourians ages 16 and older they may obtain their hunter-education certification through an all-online format. The online option allows Missourians ages 16 and older to complete their certification at their convenience at home during the COVID-19 pandemic. The all-online format is available at https://www.hunter-ed.com/missouri/. […]
  • New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) Commissioner Basil Seggos today reported that DEC is experiencing record-breaking sales of hunting and trapping licenses for upcoming seasons. Sales for big game hunting and trapping licenses and Deer Management Permits (DMPs) were nearly triple prior years’ sales on opening day, more than double on the second […]
  • Hunters and anyone else heading into the backcountry are advised to check with Forest Service ranger district offices or county sheriffs’ offices in their hunt area before heading out. Fire updates can be found online at: https://inciweb.nwcg.gov/?state=16. Additional fire information is available on Fish and Game’s Fire Information webpage, and the Fish and Game Hunt […]
  • AUSTIN — Just in time for hunting season, the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD) is hosting a series of mentored hunting workshops for first time hunters looking to learn how to safely and ethically harvest wild game. The workshops will take place at Texas State Parks and Wildlife Management Areas (WMAs) throughout the state […]
  • SALEM, Ore. — The Commission adopted measures to reduce the risk of whale entanglement in commercial Dungeness crab gear, while balancing economic impacts to this important fishery during their meeting today. The new rules will be effective during the coming crab season, which begins Dec. 1, 2020. Starting May 1 each season, the new rules […]
  • The Maryland Department of Natural Resources is pleased to introduce the Maryland Mentored Hunt Program, a statewide program aimed to pair new, novice, or lapsed hunters of any age with skilled veteran hunters. The mentors will help guide new hunters throughout the process of building their skills, culminating in a hunt. Both mentors and mentees […]
  • Eligible hunter education students will be allowed to purchase a Michigan hunting license through June 1, 2021 – prior to completing the required field day. The Michigan Department of Natural Resources Law Enforcement Division administers the state’s hunter education program and is providing a temporary solution due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Field days – in […]
  • SOUTH CHARLESTON, W.VA. — They’re small and usually unnoticed by the untrained eye, but acorns and other mast enjoyed by squirrels, deer and other wildlife are a valuable resource this time of year and biologists for the West Virginia Division of Natural Resources are surveying forests to determine availability of food sources across the state. […]
  • Knowing how a winter has impacted a herd of deer or how big game populations are fluctuating is essential in order to make predictions about an upcoming hunting season. Biologists acquire that data, in part, through radio collaring activities and aerial surveys. Here is a breakdown of some of that information used to create the […]
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