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The Sept. 1 dove season opener is fast approaching, marking for many the start of a fall season full of hunting memories. Stories

OK: Dove Season Opener Just Around the Corner

by Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation

The Sept. 1 dove season opener is fast approaching, marking for many the start of a fall...

Oklahoma Free Hunting Days take place Sept. 3-4, during which Oklahoma residents do not need a hunting license or HIP permit to go afield. Stories

OK: Free Hunting Days Pave Way for Taking Someone Hunting

by Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation

Oklahoma Free Hunting Days take place Sept. 3-4, during which Oklahoma residents do not need a...

Oklahoma's third black bear archery season opened Oct. 1 and closed the next day after the season quota of 20 bears was reached. Stories

Oklahoma's Third Black Bear Season a Success

Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation

Oklahoma's third black bear archery season opened Oct. 1 and closed the next day after the...

Even though Ohio is a perennial big buck state, which implies fewer opportunities to take deer, Mike Tonkovich, Ohio's deer project leader, said his department manages for Stories

Ohio: 2011 Whitetail Forecast

by Jake Moore, OutdoorChannel.com

Even though Ohio is a perennial big buck state, which implies fewer opportunities to take...

Waterfowl hunting season is just around the corner, bringing with it 74 days of duck hunting and liberal harvest opportunities. Stories

Oklahoma Duck Hunters Look Forward to Another Great Season

by Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation

Waterfowl hunting season is just around the corner, bringing with it 74 days of duck hunting...

While the hot weather has kept many Oklahomans inside in the air conditioning, unfortunately it has not kept poachers from taking advantage of the states wildlife resources, nor has it stopped game wardens from enforcing the state's game laws. Stories

Oklahoma Game Wardens Busy This Summer

by Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation

While the hot weather has kept many Oklahomans inside in the air conditioning, unfortunately...

Oklahoma resident hunters who are exempt from the state's hunter education requirements may not be exempt in other states in which they plan to hunt this year. Stories

Oklahoma Hunters Exempt from Hunter Ed Have Option for Out-of-State Hunts

by Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation

Oklahoma resident hunters who are exempt from the state's hunter education requirements may...

Two tick species of public health importance are becoming more common and expanding their range in Ohio – the blacklegged tick and the lone star tick, according to the Ohio Department of Health, Zoonotic Disease Program. Stories

Ohio Hunters Beware of a New Pest

by ODNR Division of Wildlife

Two tick species of public health importance are becoming more common and expanding their...

A Scioto County man pled guilty to four wildlife violations in Adams County Court on Friday, April 30 and was ordered to pay $23,572.05 in restitution, according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR), Division of Wildlife. Stories

Ohio Man Pleads Guilty to Poaching $23,000 Trophy Buck

A Scioto County man pled guilty to four wildlife violations in Adams County Court on Friday,...

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