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Hunters who need to take the mandatory hunter education course are urged to start looking for courses in their area now as classes are expected to fill up quickly leading up to dove season Sept. 1. Stories

TX: Hunter Education Courses Available Before Dove Opener

by Texas Department of Parks and Wildlife

Hunters who need to take the mandatory hunter education course are urged to start looking for...

Effective Sept. 1, qualified individuals can pay to take depredating feral hogs or coyotes from a helicopter under rules adopted by the Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission. Stories

TX: Revisions to Aerial Management of Feral Hogs and Coyotes

by Texas Parks and Wildlife Department

Effective Sept. 1, qualified individuals can pay to take depredating feral hogs or coyotes...

The U.S. Congress passed legislation to remove certain populations of gray wolves from the Endangered Species Act (ESA) and return management of fully recovered wolf populations back to state wildlife managers. Stories

U.S. Congress Passes Historic Wolf Legislation

The U.S. Congress passed legislation to remove certain populations of gray wolves from the...

Two people have been cited by Vermont State Game Wardens on several charges involving taking bears, including a sow and cubs, illegally. Jail time, fines, and a permanent ban from hunting could follow. Stories

Two People Cited For Poaching Bears in Vermont

Two people have been cited by Vermont State Game Wardens on several charges involving taking...

This year marks the 10th anniversary of Wisconsin's Venison Donation Program. In 10 years the program distributed over 3.1 million pounds of ground venison from nearly 70,000 deer donated by hunters, processed by participating meat processors and distributed by volunteers to state food pantries. Stories

Venison donation program enters 10th year

This year marks the 10th anniversary of Wisconsin's Venison Donation Program. In 10 years the...

Game cameras, while beneficial, also can lead to frustration.  Each year, camera enthusiasts across the whitetail's range photograph mature bucks during late summer or early fall only for these bucks to disappear during the hunting season.  Then, many of these same bucks magically reappear after the hunting season.  Did these bucks leave the property or simply avoid being photographed? Stories

When Bucks Go Missing

By Brian Murphy, QDMA

Game cameras, while beneficial, also can lead to frustration. Each year, camera enthusiasts...

A collective group of waterfowl guides see it all from their clients. What they say about waterfowl hunters is illuminating and will help you bag more birds. Stories

Why You Miss Ducks

Philip Bourjaily, Field & Stream

A collective group of waterfowl guides see it all from their clients. What they say about...

This fall, migratory bird hunters will need to be aware that many farm fields where hunting usually takes place have suffered heavy crop damage that could have an impact on their use for hunting. Stories

Waterfowlers Cautioned about Hunting Crop-Damaged Fields

Delaware Department of Natural Resources

This fall, migratory bird hunters will need to be aware that many farm fields where hunting...

With more than half of the contiguous United States in extreme drought conditions, Mother Nature is wreaking havoc on deer and will affect the way they are hunted. Stories

Waterless World

Don Mulligan, OutdoorChannel.com

With more than half of the contiguous United States in extreme drought conditions, Mother...

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