Sunday, February 25, 2024

REVIVAL OF THE WILD TURKEY IN NORTH AMERICA

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Introduction Early morning wake-ups, the snap of cold air, the tension that grips your muscles when you spot that elusive bird. Wild Turkey hunters live...

BOARD OF GAME APPROVES WILDLIFE OVERPASS

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The Alaska Board of Game recently limited trapping and hunting on and near wildlife crossings. This took place during its week-long meeting in Soldotna....

NEVADA LOOKS TO PROMOTE WILDLIFE CROSSING FUND

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Nevada sportspeople are celebrating the introduction of a new Wildlife Crossing Fund that aims to improve road safety for wildlife and people alike. The...

YOU CAN BE ON THE WILDLIFE BOARD

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The Utah Wildlife Board is the group that helps oversee wildlife decisions. This group works with the Utah Division of Wildlife to approve new...

NEVADA LOOKS TO REDUCE ANIMAL-VEHICLE COLLISIONS

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Animal-vehicle collisions have become a common issue in the US. These collisions contribute to around 200 human deaths a year. However, it is much...

PROPOSED DALL SHEEP CLOSURE

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The Federal Subsistence Board (FSB) has been gathering public comment on its proposal to close Dall sheep hunting in Units 24A and 26B. These...

NEVADA SENDS DESERT SHEEP TO UTAH TO BOLSTER HERDS

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The Nevada Department of Wildlife partnered with the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources (UDWR), in late June, to send 31 desert bighorn to Utah...

WYOMING OPENS PUBLIC COMMENTS ON FOUR REGULATIONS

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The Wyoming Game and Fish Department (WGFD) has proposed updated regulations for four chapters of the hunting regulations. Public comments are open through 5:00...