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  1. Sand dune restoration and duck hunting on the ponds

    Snow fencing was once again front and center at the Conservation Commission's meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 9. The Commission was in receipt of three emails from Chris Warfel regarding both the traditional wire and wood fencing typically used on Block Island and elsewhere for dune restoration and his own "alternative fencing" made from jute netting.

  2. Lakewood debates backyard chickens; North Olmsted debates deer hunting: Best of the Beat

    Lakewood City Council considers allowing residents to raise chickens in their backyards, and North Olmsted considers allowing limited deer hunting. Read about these stories and more from Fairview Park, Lakewood, North Olmsted, Olmsted Falls and Olmsted Township.

  3. Andy Stands for deer hunting made by Jacksonville firefighter

    The Andy Stand was a modern copy of a WWII Japanese sniper stand. It was devised and sold commercially by Jacksonville firefighter Andy Anders.

  4. Anderson: Deer stand safety doesn't come by accident

    Tree-stand safety begins and ends with a safety harness or vest. Both are designed to catch the hunter if he or she falls and distribute body weight equally in such an event.

  5. Marc Murrell: Young hunters see early success during Kansas youth deer season

    First deer are memorable for many reasons. Young 10-year-old Kale Sher was all smiles after taking his first deer, this nice, big doe, last weekend with his Dad, Eric.

  6. Third annual TCT7 swim to be held Saturday

    On Friday, as John and Tammy Eunice prepared for a swimming event at Long Pond in Lake Park to honor their son James, they were excited to continue giving back to the community three years after their son's death. "Through this type of fundraiser and others throughout the year," said John Eunice, James's father, "we've been blessed to be able to give back to the community some $200,000 in a variety of ways."

  7. Meijer partners with DNR to provide free youth hunting licenses for kids 16 and under

    Young hunters across Michigan will once again have the opportunity to get a free junior deer hunting license thanks to a partnership between Meijer and the Michigan Department of Natural Resources. For the seventh consecutive year, the Grand Rapids-based Meijer will provide junior hunters ages 16 and under with free small game, mentored youth and combination licenses for the upcoming youth hunting seasons.

  8. Wear orange in the woods: hunting season begins in Nova Scotia

    The hunting seasons vary according to licence. Nova Scotians with archery and muzzleloader licences may hunt deer as of Sept.

  9. White-tailed deer hunting season, archery season begin Monday

    "The state's deer herd should continue to hold strong and this fall season should be another great season for hunting deer in New Hampshire," he said. "Both seasoned and beginner hunters alike should have great opportunity to see and harvest deer."

  10. DNR talks new 2014 bow hunting regulations

    With the weather cooling off the past few days, it's definitely beginning to feel like fall and for hunters fall means it's time to head into the woods. Tomorrow marks the start of the bow season opener, and hunters like Gary Eslinger are gearing up for the season.

  11. Deer expert Charlie Alsheimer: CNY deer hunting season will peak in mid-November

    Charlie Alsheimer says he loves to hunt deer with either a bow or a firearm, and says allowing crossbows on the state's hunting season this fall will have little impact on the overall hunting scene. He welcomes them.

  12. Deer hunting outlook positive, DNR reports

    There is no shortage of deer hunters in Berkeley County. According to the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources, they have a reason to be happy this year.

  13. Outdoors Q&A: Will Cold Smoking Kill Fish Parasites?

    Q: I recently caught a number of trout that had what I believe to be parasites called "Lernaea" attached to them in various places. I know after reading another posting from this column titled "Parasites and Trout" that these "are killed during cooking, effectively eliminating any possibility of infecting humans eating the fish," but I am considering smoking them.

  14. Relaxed crossbow rules mean more hunters will squeeze a trigger Saturday

    Daniel Hendricks, founder of the Minnesota Crossbow Federation, poses with a deer he shot with a crossbow in a prior season. Crossbow regulations have been loosened in both Minnesota and Wisconsin.

  15. Deer Hunting License Deal

    Good news for parents who are planning to allow their kids to take aim at a big buck, you can pick up junior deer hunting licenses for free this weekend. Meijer is handing out free licenses at all its stores today and tomorrow for hunters ages sixteen and under.

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