RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

Hunting

A collection of news and information related to Hunting published by this site and its partners.

Top Hunting Articles

Displaying items 67-77
  • Put reckless humans in cross hairs of bear woes: Editorial

    Put reckless humans in cross hairs of bear woes: Editorial
    At least Florida wildlife officials are trying to go after the root cause of the state's bear problem — reckless, irresponsible people. We can't cheer the announced revival of bear hunting in Florida after 20 years. "Hunting isn't the answer,"...
  • Public meetings set on proposed new W.Va. hunting regs

    West Virginia residents will have an opportunity this month to review and comment on the state's proposed new hunting, trapping and fishing regulations. The Division of Natural Resources has scheduled 12 public meetings across the state on the...
  • Illinois hunters, outdoorsmen hope for ally in Rauner

    Illinois hunters and outdoors enthusiasts see Gov. Bruce Rauner as a potential new ally in Springfield as they eye legislation this session that includes measures to ban the use of drones to track wildlife, allow silencers at gun ranges, expand coyote...
  • Man pleads guilty to illegally shipping deer for hunt

    A man has pleaded guilty to charges that accuse him of illegally shipping white-tailed deer from Ohio to his hunting preserve in Florida. Federal prosecutors in Columbus say 49-year-old Donald Wainwright Sr. of Live Oak, Florida, pleaded guilty Friday to...
  • In Botswana reserve, Bushmen still being deprived of rights

     In Botswana reserve, Bushmen still being deprived of rights
    Late at night in the Kalahari Desert, a little more than a decade ago, the clouds drew together like rippled crocodile skin, and the Bushmen, led by an old man named Kexla Sanao, danced on the cool sand. Sanao shook his body and stamped his feet,...
  • 3 new cases of chronic wasting disease detected in Va. deer

    Virginia game department officials say three new cases of chronic wasting disease were detected in white-tailed deer in northwestern Virginia during the 2014 hunting season. The Department of Game and Inland Fisheries says the disease was detected for...
  • Tax-Deductible: Pet Move, Pregnancy Test, Sex Change, Work Shoes, Whaling

    Tax-Deductible: Pet Move, Pregnancy Test, Sex Change, Work Shoes, Whaling
    Bless the house cleaner for turning your 2,400-square-foot debris field into a tidy home twice a month. It gets better: If you've paid the hard-working home-saver more than $1,900 in a calendar year, you also qualify for a tax break. That assumes, of...
  • Pa. Game Commission adopts deer seasons for 2015-16

    HARRISBURG — The Pennsylvania Game Commission board on Tuesday adopted a slate of deer seasons for 2015-16, including a split buck season in western Franklin County. The commission has proposed a split, five-day antlered deer season (Nov. 30-Dec....
  • Nevada coyote-killing contest raises activists' fur

    Nevada coyote-killing contest raises activists' fur
    The rules to the contest were pretty simple: Kill a coyote; win a prize. A coyote-hunting competition in Nevada over the weekend in which participants killed about 10 of the predators has ruffled the fur of animal-welfare activists, who are rallying...
  • New Jersey deer hunter in tree stand shoots bear that climbed up after him

    New Jersey deer hunter in tree stand shoots bear that climbed up after him
    A deer hunter in a tree stand fatally shot a black bear that began climbing up the tree toward him after it got within a few feet of him, state wildlife officials said. The Sayreville man was armed with a 12-gauge shotgun on Saturday morning when he...
  • Illinois bill would ban drones for hunting

     Illinois bill would ban drones for hunting
    When it comes to preserving fair chase in hunting, Illinois already bans using bait to lure, dogs to kill and certain lights to see animals at night. Now to those and other do-nots, a state lawmaker would like to add one more: drones. State Sen. Julie...