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The Colorado Parks and Wildlife Commission recently approved a ban on organized wildlife contests. The decision prohibits contests for black-tailed, white-tailed and Gunnison’s prairie dogs, Wyoming (Richardson’s) ground squirrels and all furbearer species. The estimated effective date of th…

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The 2020 Nebraska Big Game Guide is available in digital format at the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission’s website by visiting OutdoorNebraska.gov/guides.

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Making sure that seeds are getting planted and not accidentally spilling on the ground can help farmers stretch their dollars and it can also pay dividends for game birds, according to a staff veterinarian and a researcher at the University of Minnesota.

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The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission will consider recommendations for 2020 deer, antelope and elk hunting seasons when it meets May 8 in Lincoln. The meeting will start at 9 a.m. CDT at Game and Parks headquarters, 2200 N. 33rd St.

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In an effort to protect the health of Kansans and prevent the spread of COVID-19, Gov. Laura Kelly, with the support of the Kansas Department of Wildlife, Parks and Tourism, is suspending sales of general nonresident turkey permits effective immediately.

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For many outdoor enthusiasts, any day they can spend hunting or fishing is a day to celebrate. Now there is one more reason to observe our hunting and fishing opportunities. Governor Laura Kelly has proclaimed Saturday, September 28 as National Hunting and Fishing Day in Kansas to celebrate …

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The Wyoming Game & Fish Commissioners License is now open for bidding and ends March 31. License is good for elk, deer, or antelope in the state of Wyoming. Opening minimum bid starts at $12,000 with no option for a "Buy Now" price. All proceeds will benefit the Wyoming Stock Growers Ass…

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An anonymous tip from the public led to weeks of investigation by Colorado Parks and Wildlife officers and resulted in the arrests and guilty pleas of two Florida men accused of participating in a poaching operation that claimed at least three mule deer and six pronghorn in Elbert and Lincol…

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Donations of deer to the Hunters Helping the Hungry program are expected to rise dramatically this fall. On the other hand, cash donations to fund the program have plummeted.

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Native American folklore describes the coyote as being a savvy and clever beast. Today, coyotes show that cleverness as they have adapted to the changing American landscape. Coyotes once lived primarily in the open prairies and deserts, but now roam all of North America including many cities…

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Hunters will take to the field Sept. 15 for the start of the fall turkey season. Nebraska, the nation’s top turkey hunting destination, has the birds, permits and opportunities for a great outdoor adventure.

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Though summer doesn’t officially end until Sept. 22, fall colors are already beginning to appear across the state of Colorado. Colorado Parks and Wildlife invites you to plan your fall excursions, making the most of those fleeting fall colors. Whether you are looking for wildlife viewing, pi…

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Although chronic wasting disease once again made headlines across the world in recent months, Colorado Parks and Wildlife staff has been studying the disease over the past 40 years, gaining valuable knowledge about the prevalence of the fatal neurological disease and its effects on deer, elk…

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Responding to testimony from hunters, anglers, state park visitors and volunteers about the need to provide a long-term funding solution for Colorado Parks and Wildlife, the Senate Finance Committee unanimously passed, 5-0, the Hunting, Fishing, and Parks for Future Generations Act (Senate B…

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A bull elk tag will be auctioned off by the Nebraska Big Game Society on April 12 in Lincoln. The event will be held at Wilderness Ridge Golf Club, 1800 Wilderness Woods Place.

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A nationwide alliance of government, business, education and conservation leaders has united to create a 21st-century funding model for critically needed conservation of the nation’s most precious natural resources—fish and wildlife. Wildlife management agencies are rallying behind the intro…

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The Montana Department of Livestock is reminding the public that the deadline for applications for aerial hunting permits is quickly approaching. Applicants for an aerial hunting permit must complete an aerial hunting application form prior to Jan. 31, 2018 and submit with the appropriate fe…