As state legislatures gear up for their 2020 sessions, several states will be considering bills that will affect your freedom to hunt. Two states, New Jersey and New Hampshire, have introduced ‘contest ban’ legislation. If passed, these bills can have unintended consequences.
As the new legislative session heats up in Virginia, legislation has been introduced that could have an impact on your elk hunting in the state.
The legislative session in Virginia is in full swing.
Imagine seeing your favorite Arizona state park or trail before you head out, giving you the chance to perfectly plan your hike or view your campsite. Arizona State Parks and Trails partnered with Google earlier this year to make that happen.
As duck season continues across the state, the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission urges waterfowl hunters to share their boat with someone new to hunting.
“North Carolina has a rich tradition of waterfowl hunting and mentoring someone new to hunting is a great way to pass along that tradition,” said Chet Clark, the Commission’s recruitment, retention and reactivation (R3) manager. “Sharing your knowledge through guiding a new waterfowl hunter is rewarding and can be a life-changing experience.”
Michigan deer hunters and non-hunters are on track to contribute record-breaking amounts of meat in 2019, according to an article in the Iosco County News Herald.
A group in Colorado has been gathering signatures across the state to try and force an introduction of the gray wolf (Canis lupus) into Colorado.
In an historic move to eliminate one of the last remaining antiquated state bans on Sun
Legislation to allow Sunday Hunting in the Keystone State passed the final legislative hurdle and was sent to Governor Tom Wolf for signature into law.
Michigan Dept. Of Health And Human Services And DNR Remind Hunters About ‘Do Not Eat’ Deer Advisory Near Oscoda Marsh11/07/2019
5-mile advisory area refined in 2019; updated map available online