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The Safari Club International Foundation (SCIF) raised $205,000 for wildlife conservation through the sale of seven exclusive tags.  The auctions for the conservation tags were held during the Safari Club International 2011 Annual Hunters' Convention. Stories

SCI Foundation Raises $205,000 For Wildlife Conservation

The Safari Club International Foundation (SCIF) raised $205,000 for wildlife conservation...

Laramy “Sasquatch” Miller's Boy Scout mentality of always being prepared is sage advice. The host of Sasquatch: Mountain Man hasn't been in a dire survival situation, but he did get lost in Arkansas once. He offers these outdoors tips. Stories

Sasquatch's Survival Tips

Steve Rogers, OutdoorChannel.com

Laramy “Sasquatch” Miller's Boy Scout mentality of always being prepared is sage advice. The...

Safari Club International Foundation has announced that it will contribute $250,000 to the Hunting Heritage Partnership (HHP), a program of the National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF). Stories

Safari Club boosts Hunting Heritage funds by $250,000

NSSF

Safari Club International Foundation has announced that it will contribute $250,000 to the...

Similar to last year, controlled beaver and/or river otter trapping opportunities on 86 wildlife areas, state parks, and other publicly managed lands statewide will be awarded through a system of random drawings. Stories

OH: Controlled Trapping Opportunities for Beaver and River Otter

by Ohio Department of Natural Resources

Similar to last year, controlled beaver and/or river otter trapping opportunities on 86...

Nashville's popular “Music City” nickname played to the tune of a different beat, including gobbles, clucks and cackles, at the National Wild Turkey Federation (NWTF) convention. Other Hunting

Turkey Calls, Conservation, Camaraderie

Craig Lamb, OutdoorChannel.com

Nashville's popular “Music City” nickname played to the tune of a different beat, including...

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,...

Ohio hunters should have good opportunities to take some of the most popular species of waterfowl, based on the findings of biologists at the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Stories

Ohio Waterfowl Seasons Fast Approaching

by ODNR Division of Wildlife

Ohio hunters should have good opportunities to take some of the most popular species of...

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...

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