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On Thursday, July 28, 2011, at 11 a.m., officials from the Massachusetts Department of Fish and Game (DFG) Division of Fisheries and Wildlife (MassWildlife), along with conservationists and local elected officials in the town of Newbury, will announce the addition of a 24.5 acre land parcel to DFG's Martin Burns Wildlife Management Area (WMA). Stories

State Wildlife Officials to Celebrate Land Acquisition in Newbury

On Thursday, July 28, 2011, at 11 a.m., officials from the Massachusetts Department of Fish...

Professional foresters and wildlife biologists from the Department of Conservation and Recreation (DCR) and the Department of Fish and Game (DFG) will host a series of 11 tours this summer and fall to discuss state forestry and wildlife habitat management practices. Stories

State Officials to Lead 11 Public Tours of Forest and Wildlife Lands

Professional foresters and wildlife biologists from the Department of Conservation and...

Waterfowl hunting at Stagecoach State Park will start on Tuesday, Sept. 6. Colorado Parks and Wildlife staff at reminds hunters about the areas that are open to hunting and provides some general rules and guidelines. Stories

Stagecoach State Park Opens for Waterfowl Hunting

by Colorado Parks and Wildlife

Waterfowl hunting at Stagecoach State Park will start on Tuesday, Sept. 6. Colorado Parks and...

Stalking squirrels means hunting on the move and looking for beechnuts. Stories

Squirrel Hunting Tips

By Slaton L. White, Field & Stream

Stalking squirrels means hunting on the move and looking for beechnuts.

A federal judge has ruled in favor of sportsmen across the country by denying a lawsuit that was aimed at closing hunting on dozens of units on refuge system. Stories

Sportsmen Win Major Courtroom Battle Protecting Hunting on Public Lands

A federal judge has ruled in favor of sportsmen across the country by denying a lawsuit that...

Sportsmen are sharply criticizing cuts proposed for Farm Bill conservation programs instrumental to fish and wildlife habitat and hunting and fishing. Stories

Sportsmen Criticize Proposed House Cuts to Farm Bill Conservation Programs

Sportsmen are sharply criticizing cuts proposed for Farm Bill conservation programs...

All new episodes of SCI Expedition Safari Presented by MidwayUSA start in October 2010. Learn what to expect in all new episodes as Mike and the SCI team travel the globe. Stories

Span The Globe on an Expedition With Mike Rogers

All new episodes of SCI Expedition Safari Presented by MidwayUSA start in October 2010. Learn...

It's been about 100 years since farmers released ringneck pheasants - a Chinese import - in South Dakota. Stories

South Dakota Pheasantennial: All for the love of ringneck pheasants

Doug Smith, Star Tribune (Minneapolis)

It's been about 100 years since farmers released ringneck pheasants - a Chinese import - in...

Roughly 31 percent of its 725,000 deer were harvested last year, aided by a whopping three months of firearms season – four and a half months in some parts of the state. And in some areas firearms season starts in August! Stories

South Carolina: 2011 Whitetail Forecast

Jake Moore, OutdoorChannel.com

Roughly 31 percent of its 725,000 deer were harvested last year, aided by a whopping three...

With deer hunting, you're not always going to face an ideal situation. In fact, it's more likely that you will encounter the exact opposite hunting conditions that you need on any given hunt. Stories

Sometimes You've Just Got To Hunt!

by Travis Faulkner, OutdoorLife.com

With deer hunting, you're not always going to face an ideal situation. In fact, it's more...

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