Apr 23rd

2019

CategoryPosted in Hunt Wild Pennsylvania

Improve Hunting Success by Identifying Turkey Habitats

by Josh Fuqua, Game Lands Maintenance Supervisor, Southwest Region The wild turkey has a long rich history here in the Keystone State. Although the Eastern Wild Turkey at one time here in Pennsylvania had extremely low populations, we now have a thriving turkey population for all to enjoy.  There are many different factors that go […]

Apr 20th

2019

CategoryPosted in Sportsmen's Alliance

Connecticut Bill Equates Possession of African Taxidermy to Killing a Person

Connecticut Sen. Bob Duff’s (D-Norwalk) Senate Bill 20, which bans the import, sale, transport and possession of the so-called “Big Six” African animals, is scheduled to be heard by the Joint Committee on Judiciary on Monday, April 22. Hunters commonly refer to African elephants, lions, leopards, rhinoceros and Cape buffalo as “The Big 5.” Senator […]

Spring smelt spawn!

By Regional Fisheries Biologist Liz Thorndike Smelt dipping in Maine is a springtime tradition for many, and depending on where you go and the conditions, these smelt runs can be sparse, or if you are lucky, the brook can run black with smelts. One night a few years ago, I captured this video of rainbow […]

Apr 19th

2019

CategoryPosted in Hunt Wild Pennsylvania

Top Five Tips for Taking a New Turkey Hunter Afield

By Hunter Wallis, Champion Turkey Caller from Pennsylvania When it comes to knowing the ways of the Wild Turkey and how to lure a trophy gobbler into range, few hunters are as well-versed as the aptly-named Hunter Wallis. A native of Greenfield Township in Northeastern Pennsylvania, Hunter has been winning national calling contests and harvesting […]

Apr 19th

2019

CategoryPosted in New Hampshire Fish & Game

Spring Turkey Season and Youth Turkey Weekend Are Both Fast Approaching

CONTACT: Ted Walski: (603) 352-9669 Kent Gustafson: (603) 271-2461 Jay Martin: (603) 271-3211 April 19, 2019 CONCORD, NH – New Hampshire Fish and Game Department Turkey Biologist Ted Walski predicts another good harvest during the upcoming 2019 spring gobbler season. The spring turkey hunt opens on May 1, and runs through May 31, statewide. New […]

Apr 18th

2019

CategoryPosted in New Hampshire Fish & Game

New Hampshire’s Wild Eats: Cooking Your Catch Is Now Available

CONTACT: Mark Beauchesne: (603) 271-6355 Jay Martin: (603) 271-3211 April 18, 2019 CONCORD, NH – The innovative New Hampshire’s Wild Eats: Cooking Your Catch cookbook from the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department is here, and will be available rain or shine at Discover Wild New Hampshire Day this Saturday, April 20, at Department Headquarters […]

Apr 16th

2019

CategoryPosted in New Hampshire Fish & Game

Free Outdoor Adventure Talk: Early Season Tactics for Landlocked Salmon Success

CONTACT: Mark Beauchesne: (603) 271-6355 Jay Martin: (603) 271-3211 April 16, 2019 CONCORD, NH – Learn how to fly fish for landlocked salmon at 7:00 p.m. on Wednesday, May 1, 2019, at the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department, 11 Hazen Drive, in Concord, NH. Landlocked salmon fishing is a much-lauded tradition among Granite State […]

Apr 15th

2019

CategoryPosted in DSC News Center

DSC Applauds Confirmation of Bernhardt as DOI Secretary

The U.S. Senate has confirmed David Bernhardt to serve as Secretary of the Interior. (April 15, 2019 – DALLAS) –  DSC is pleased that the U.S. Senate voted to confirm David Bernhardt, President Trump’s nominee, to serve as Secretary of the Department of the Interior (DOI). DSC has supported this nomination since the beginning because […]

Apr 15th

2019

CategoryPosted in Hunt Wild Pennsylvania

Celebrate Spring Gobbler Season 2019!

By Bryan Burhans, Executive Director, Pennsylvania Game Commission A Pennsylvania gobbler on the move. Photo by Jacob Dingel. Turkey calls should come with the following warning label: “Exposure to turkey hunting can result in loss of sleep, rapid heart rate, severe fatigue, dry mouth, and sore muscles. Highly addictive, please consult your physician prior to […]

Apr 12th

2019

CategoryPosted in DSC News Center

Old Wild Dog Research Disproved

For 25 years, researchers have been blamed for the disappearance of wild dogs in the Serengeti National Park (SNP). Called “Burrows’ Hypothesis,” a 1991 study attributed a common research technique of handling wildlife to the demise of the dog population. Since all the dogs were gone, there was not enough data to prove or disprove […]


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