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  1. Hunting Enthusiasts Will Not Drown Out Our Voice

    And, while we wait and watch to see what progress is made to undo some of the significant damage done by those who kill in the name of sport, we must remember that cruel hunting is a global problem. I'm writing this from the Born Free Foundation office in the UK, where hunting has been the subject of a recent political firestorm nationally of late.

  2. Have Questions About New Deer Hunting Regulations In NYS?

    The NYS DEC recently made a few changes to whitetail deer hunting regulations in the state to better manage deer populations. Some areas have more than enough deer, while other areas are struggling to support the herd.

  3. Hunting season schedule revealed for Mandalay National Wildlife Refuge

    Mandalay National Wildlife Refuge will be offering recreational hunting opportunities for the public this fall and winter. Managed by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, the Refuge strives to provide quality hunting experiences for youth and adults who may not have the opportunity to hunt elsewhere.

  4. Sept. 12 marks opening of archery and crossbow deer hunting seasons

    With fall right around the corner, Sept. 12 marks the opening of the 2015 archery and crossbow deer hunting seasons.

  5. Sneak peak: Archery, fly fishing and duck hunting at Cabela's

    Oklahoma City, Okla.-There's a new destination in the metro offering an outdoor experience for residents, with an archery range, aquarium and dozens of wildlife displays. Cabela's in Northwest Oklahoma City opens to the public on September 17th and Freedom 43's Ashley Kringen took us on an adventure for our first look inside.

  6. First day of geese hunting season


  7. Vermont's Migratory Bird Hunting Seasons Are Announced

    The Vermont Fish and Wildlife Board approved the 2015 migratory bird hunting season dates at its August meeting in Montpelier. A printable copy of the regulations can be downloaded from the Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department website .

  8. Deer, gator seasons keep family taxidermy business busy

    The workshop at Master Taxidermy Studio looks like a cross between an antique tool shop and a medieval torture chamber. The windowless room, with antlers and driftwood hanging from the high ceiling, teems with clamps, drills, saws, scalpels, screwdrivers, scissors and tools handmade by co-owner Derrick Powell and his granddad.

  9. Market MoverSTRETCHING Your Buck in a Bear Market

    Dave Comroe stepped to the firing line, raised his 12-gauge Browning over and under shotgun, aimed and fired. Before him, a pigeon fell, moments after being released from a box less than 20 yards away.

  10. Preparing for another archery season

    No more than two antlered deer taken during a license year may have two points or less per antler present. No more than two antlered deer taken during a license year may have two points or less per antler present.

  11. Open Season: Bear season opens statewide in Massachusetts in September

    With the first segment of the Massachusetts bear hunting season set to begin on Sept. 8, MassWildlife reminds hunters of the new changes to the state's bear hunting regulations now in effect.

  12. All Outdoors: A refersher on bird hunting regulations

    There is a lot to report today, but I'm leaving enough space for Elmer's birthday and how his last few days of puppydom are no excuse for his nearly inexcusable crossing of the chow. DUCK STAMP: No, ducks do not have to put stamps on their airmail.

  13. Ready or not, deer season is near

    The Ohio opening day for archery deer hunting will open on Sept. 26, and that doesn't leave much time for hunters to get ready.

  14. Hunting geese can be a challenge

    There are countless sources from the printed word to social media to DVDs and television programs with tips dealing with every aspect of having a successful resident Canada goose Finding a place to hunt these flocks is often as simple as knowing someone who has paid a veterinarian bill for a pet that became seriously ill after being exposed to the droppings of these big birds. Other good sources are those who have had a pond fouled by the honkers or have had what was once a soybean crop turned into a barren field.

  15. Newport native finds calling in duck-hunting trade

    Sports and outdoor activities have always come easy for Newport native David Hohn.

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