Reasons why 56 percent of women decline to renew fishing licenses from year to year are among the questions posed to business professors and students to study.
In the Georgia Coyote Challenge, participants can kill as many as five coyotes a month from March through August for a chance to win a lifetime hunting license.
More hunters needed to step up and become certified to teach the hunter safety classes.
The statewide meetings, over the Iowa Communications Network to listen to the public’s thoughts on hunting and trapping regs, are part of the process for making rules in state government.
For numerous reasons, hunter and quarry numbers nowhere near where they used to be.
Federal ban pertains to certain hunting techniques in national refuges and preserves.
A visit to the 2017 Archery Trade Association Show turns up some unique ideas and equipment
Combination national consumer show, habitat seminar series and family event draws over 30,000.
Thanks to last year’s mild winter that made it easier for turkeys to feed, harvest is the second-highest total since 2013.
Preliminary estimates after the season ended in November put the kill total at 196,785, down from 198,057 in 2015. But updated figures the DNR released recently show hunters took 202,338 deer during the season.
If passed, bill would not prevent landowners from hunting the predators on their property.
The record-low number of hunting incidents in 2016 coincided with a year in which a record 10,111 hunter education certificates were issued.
Hunters may call the light goose “hotline” to hear recorded information 24 hours a day, and migration reports are also posted on the North Dakota Game and Fish Department website.
After record numbers last year, above-average snow fall and below-average temperatures that began in late November continued up until the survey, which created poor wintering conditions for Canada geese and mallards.
Implementation of Fish and Wildlife Service Director’s Order No. 219 – handed down by Obama on Jan. 19, a day before he left office – is slated to occur gradually over the next five years.
Decline partly because of the impact of parasites, both winter tick and brainworm, on the moose population.
The issuance of fewer bear licenses and reduced hunting pressure, both in terms of hunters and hunting effort, may have played a role in the slight reduction in the bear kill from 2015.
Wildlife managers say it’s still too early to determine any impacts on hunting seasons.
Meeting prompted after a deer harvested during the 2016 hunting season in west-central Clayton County tested positive for chronic wasting disease — the first wild deer that tested positive for CWD outside of Allamakee County.
The spring season is only open to light geese – snows, blues, and Ross’s. Species identification is important because white-fronted and Canada geese travel with light geese. The season is closed to whitefronts, Canada geese, swans and all other migratory birds.
Changes would impact deer and bear hunts.
A majority of the emperor goose population breeds on the Yukon Kuskokwim Delta in southwestern Alaska, and the bird can only be found in Alaska and Russia.
Georgia man bags monster Arizona bighorn; initial entry score could surpass the existing world record by over 10 inches.
That’s about 10 percent fewer than in 2015, but slightly more than the recent five-year average.
Would allow hunters 70 and older to shoot antlerless deer during the state’s fall open hunting season.
But the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources would be allowed to raise state park admission and camping fees under the two-year spending proposal.