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Gov. Martin O'Malley last week signed two bills passed in the recent General Assembly that expand hunting opportunities in Carroll and Dorchester counties.
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Turkey hunting in Texas dried up along with the state's water due to the epic drought of 2011.
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Four peregrine falcon chicks born atop a We Energies power plant in Port Washington do not yet have names, but they each have a number.
The Council Bluffs Daily Nonpareil reports that Michael Fralick, of Ponchatoula, La., was recently convicted of 32 counts of deer hunting violations in four southwest Iowa counties.
It was a pretty typical day for hunting turkeys in Tennessee if Tennesseans hunted turkeys in late February or early March.
The radical overhaul of the state's deer hunting regulations has some scratching their heads, others up in arms, and the rest powerless to change the supposedly pre-determined 2013 deer laws that are set in stone before those affected had any chance to comment.
If you've been wondering about something in your community, Ask The Times is your place to get answers.
For landowners who are reluctant to allow hunting on their property, Senate Bill 648 sponsored by Pennsylvania Senator Alloway, now protects them from liability for actions of others.
Wisconsin is moving closer to allowing hunters to use crossbows during archery deer hunting season.
I am writing in response to Dorothy Hughes' letter in the [May 3-5] issue, “Don't forget, come Election Day.” She offers the same old rhetoric about automatic weapons not being needed for deer hunting.
An organization in the Jamestown area is putting on an event this weekend for outdoors writers from around the state, and yours truly got invited.
Frank M. Dudek, 85, of Coleman, passed away on Thursday, May 9, 2013 at Community Memorial Hospital in Oconto Falls from complications following surgery.
The first-ever World Turkey Hunting Championship was held in Linn County last week - featuring the best turkey hunters in the country with proceeds going toward getting wounded warriors into the woods and to the lake.
A body of state wildlife officials narrowly shot down a proposal yesterday to change deer-hunting regulations for a second time this spring, decrying it as a veiled power grab by Republicans in the legislature.