Scent-A-Way® MAX individual wash towels provide hunters, campers and other outdoor enthusiasts a quick and easy way to clean up when showers are unavailable.
Scent-A-Way MAX Wash Towels come in a package of six individually wrapped sheets containing Hunter’s Specialties® Scent-A-Way MAX formula to help eliminate odors, along with Aloe Vera and vitamin E to leave skin clean, soft and protected.
Scent-A-Way MAX Wash Towels measure 10”x12” and sell for a suggested retail price of $9.99 for a package of six.
For more information about other Hunter’s Specialties products, log onto the Hunter’s Specialties website at www.hunterspec.com, write to 6000 Huntington Court NE, Cedar Rapids, Iowa 52402, or call a Consumer Service Specialist at 319-395-0321.
“I can only hope that another woman or even man will take a look and realize there’s a reason to have guns for safety,” said homeowner, Susan Gonzalez of Florida. When two masked men invaded her home, a pistol saved her life. Details here…
Lynne Russell and her husband, Chuck de Caro were smart enough to carry a concealed pistol and are alive because of it. Details of the life they took to save their own are here…
The Michigan Department of Natural Recourses recently was awarded $600,000 by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service for bumble bee and Karner blue butterfly conservation.
Bumble bees and butterflies are important pollinators, which are vital to the production of healthy crops for food and medicines and as food sources for wildlife. They also are important visitors to backyard flower gardens. Pollinators as a group have seen severe declines in their populations. Those declines have been felt by the agricultural community.
To gauge bumble bee declines in Michigan, the DNR will provide the Michigan Natural Features Inventory with $100,000 to assess historic and current native bee diversity, distribution and status. This information will inform conservation decision making and enhance the next revision of Michigan’s Wildlife Action Plan. Continue reading
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources reminds hunters that fall turkey hunting applications now are available. Applications went on sale July 1 and will be available through Aug. 1. The application fee is $5. Applications and licenses may be purchased at any authorized license agent or online at www.mdnr-elicense.com. Continue reading
Lansing’s Mayor, Virg Bernero, spreads it on thick, as he spews liberal nonsense about gun control. Nothing new here, but his answer to gun-free zone shootings is to keep the status quo, as if current laws will work to stop killers. It hasn’t yet, but a gun in the hands of one honest armed citizen has worked before – even if he’s unable to face the facts. The video debate is here…
AUSTIN – A two-year-old white-tailed deer in a Medina County deer breeding facility has been confirmed positive for Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD). This is the first case of CWD detected in captive white-tailed deer in Texas. CWD was first detected in Texas in 2012 in free-ranging mule deer in the Hueco Mountains in far West Texas. Continue reading