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New Advanced Wildlife Photography Guide from Alaskan Guide Joseph Classen

Join Kodiak Island author, photographer, and guide, Joseph Classen, as he explores the art of wildlife photography from a hunter’s perspective. In this just released book, the reader will learn: * How to select and use the appropriate gear required … Continue reading

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DSC Supports Use of Live Testing for CWD

DALLAS – The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department-mandated killing and post-mortem study of deer potentially exposed to Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) illustrates an urgent need for the use of live testing for white-tailed deer, elk and other cervids. Currently, post-mortem … Continue reading

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Relocation of Endangered Mussels Will Allow for Michigan Dam Removal

The Department of Natural Resources today announced that the next step to remove the Lyons Dam on the Grand River in Ionia County will proceed as officials start searching for threatened and endangered mussels and moving them out of harm’s … Continue reading

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Safari Club International Seeks Help from Coyote Hunters

SCI’s Litigation attorneys are looking for Arizona and New Mexico coyote hunters. SCI’s Litigation Department will soon attempt to join litigation that could affect coyote hunting in Arizona and New Mexico – particularly in areas occupied by Mexican wolves (south … Continue reading

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Town hall meeting Aug. 27 in Meridian Township to discuss CWD efforts – DNR needs help from hunters

The Michigan Department of Natural Resources will hold a town hall meeting Aug. 27 from 6 to 8 p.m. in the Township Hall room of the Meridian Township Municipal Building located at 5151 Marsh Road in Okemos, Michigan, to present … Continue reading

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Wyoming Receives $438,000 in RMEF Grants to Benefit Elk, Elk Habitat

MISSOULA, Mont.—The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation awarded grants to fund 39 projects in 14 counties that will improve habitat, elk research and hunting heritage across the state of Wyoming. The grants total $438,865 and will directly benefit 15,214 acres spread … Continue reading

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Biologist Set to Begin Grizzly Bear Trapping in Yellowstone National Park

BOZEMAN – As part of ongoing efforts required under the Endangered Species Act to monitor the population of grizzly bears in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, the USGS and Yellowstone National Park would like to inform the public that biologists with … Continue reading

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Michigan DNR Asks Hunters to Kill Deer

By Glen Wunderlich When word of the discovery of Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) in a free-ranging deer in Meridian Township, Michigan hit us, it struck like a sledge hammer.  Fortunately for Michigan’s efforts to combat the disease, becoming the 23rd … Continue reading

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Wildgame Innovations Crush Illusion 8 Lightsout and Crush Illusion 6 Trail Cameras

Weighing only 1 pound and measuring less than 6 inches tall, Wildgame Innovations’ new Illusion™ series cameras are designed for hunters looking to pack light and still have confidence in getting high-quality images. Two models are available in the series, … Continue reading

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Court Invalidates 30-Year “Eagle Take” Rule

  Bald Eagle, Chris Hill/Shutterstock Feds’ Violation of Environmental Laws Cited Washington — The U.S. District Court, Northern District of California, in San Jose has ruled that the Department of the Interior violated federal laws when it created a final … Continue reading

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