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In an ongoing battle against a growing wild hog population, Texas State Agriculture Commissioner Sid Miller has taken the gloves off.
If enacted, the bill will prohibit the importation into and possession in California of several specified species, including their parts, of game animals lawfully harvested by hunters in African countries.
The Beaver State may become the first state in the nation to confiscate semi-automatic firearms from law-abiding gun owners! Extreme anti-gun activists have filed Initiative Petition 43 (IP 43).
Safari Club International’s ability to raise funds to support its missions will be stunted if Assembly Bill 3199, sponsored by Assembly Member Chris Holden (D-41), becomes law.
The Idaho Fish and Game Commission will meet March 21-22 to discuss several wildlife management issues, including modifications to big game rules and grizzly bear hunting opportunities.
SCI’s efforts to support the delisting of the Yellowstone area grizzly bears are beginning to pay off. The Wyoming Game and Fish Department (WGF) has opened a public comment period on draft regulations establishing a grizzly bear hunting season. Comments must be submitted before 5 p.m. April 30, 2018.