Hunting News

New project asks citizens to report rabbit sightings

New project asks citizens to report rabbit sightings

By New Hampshire Fish and Game Department

A new citizen science project in New Hampshire is asking citizens to act as scientists and submit information and photographs of any rabbit they see. NH Rabbit Reports is sponsored by University of New Hampshire Cooperative Extension and the Fish and Game Department, with the Wildlife Heritage Foundation of New Hampshire. The group is seeking volunteer p...

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Hunters urged to wear the safest color: Orange

Hunters urged to wear the safest color: Orange

By Vermont Fish & Wildlife Department

This fall, Nicole Meier, information and education specialist, is reminding hunters to wear fluorescent hunter orange. “Every year we should strive to be the safest we can be by wearing at least a hunter-orange hat and vest,” she said. “Hunting is one of the safest outdoor activities, and it’s getting safer thanks to advances in ...

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Recent Hunting News

Proper disposal of deer remains is good hunter ethics
Proper disposal of deer remains is good hunter ethics

By South Carolina Department of Natural Resources

Disposal of deer remains may not be the highlight of a hunting trip, but it is an important aspect of hunting, particularly in maintaining the hunter's image, according to Charles Ruth, Big Game Program Coordinator. Properly disposed deer ... READ MORE


Treestand hunting? Remember the obvious
Treestand hunting? Remember the obvious

By Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources

When hunters take to the woods Oct. 14 for the start of archery deer season in Alabama, Marisa Futral, hunter education coordinator, hopes those using treestands will remember to wear and use a vital piece of equipment, the full-body harnes... READ MORE


Alabama game breeder fined $750,000 for illegally importing deer
Alabama game breeder fined $750,000 for illegally importing deer

By Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources

Prosecutors with the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Birmingham have charged two Northport, Ala., men with knowingly transporting and receiving white-tailed deer into the state – a violation of state law and the federal Lacey Act, whi... READ MORE


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