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  • Plainfield police field a flock of bird hunting complaints

    Plainfield police field a flock of bird hunting complaints
    A glance at a map of Plainfield's boundaries reveals a town not only straddling farmland in Will and Kendall counties, but one with a variety of dips and divots in its borders. Sometimes, a parcel of land surrounded on nearly all sides by village...
  • Phantoms happy to get back in front of the home crowd

    Robert Hagg pinched into the boards on Saturday night and trapped Toronto center Sam Carrick there as the final horn sounded to end the AHL game at the PPL Center. The final check as the Lehigh Valley Phantoms successfully killed off 63 seconds of six-...
  • Don't lift ban on silencers

    Don't lift ban on silencers
    I am a lifetime member of the NRA, an NRA Golden Eagle, former Florida Hunting Safety Instructor, gun owner and active target shooter and ask you not to lift the ban on silencers in Florida. We currently have sufficient ear protection and high...
  • Japan plans to resume whaling next year

    Japan plans to resume whaling next year
    Japan informed the International Whaling Commission on Tuesday that it intended to resume hunting whales for scientific research next year, a move that conservationists called a defiance of the International Court of Justice ruling that Japan's whale...
  • Shotgun Deer Hunting Season Gets Underway In Connecticut

    Shotgun Deer Hunting Season Gets Underway In Connecticut
    As of Wednesday, it is legal for permit holders in Connecticut to hunt deer with a shotgun on state land and with a rifle on private lands of more than 10 acres with the owner's permission, according to state officials. There are 17 designated state-...
  • Long wait over for duck hunters

    Duck hunters walk a fine line between dedication and dysfunction. There are those who look forward all year to the 60-day duck season, which opens Saturday in Florida. They have spent the past several weeks scouting, re-stringing their decoys, patching...
  • In London, red foxes are plentiful and right at home

    In London, red foxes are plentiful and right at home
    My dog and I were crestfallen. In the early-morning chill, the fox lay lifeless on the sidewalk in front of us, her thick, honey-colored fur damp with rain, her golden-brown eyes staring blankly at the road, where she'd presumably been hit by a vehicle....
  • Florida approves silencers for game hunting

    Florida wildlife officials lifted a 57-year-old ban on game hunters using silencers on their rifles and pistols after brief discussion at a public meeting on Friday. The change, sought by the National Rifle Association, went into effect immediately...
  • Tales of an extreme bargain hunter

    Tales of an extreme bargain hunter
    Although I've made snow on Bear Creak Mountain in 1-degree weather, snoozed fitfully in a 27-degree room at Quebec's Ice Hotel and picked grapes for ice wine when the air temperature was minus 1, I've never felt colder than I do at this moment. I'm very...
  • Florida's unique turkey species gobbles on

    Florida's unique turkey species gobbles on
    As families gather Thursday over platters of turkey, an elusive variety of the giant bird will be gobbling, clucking and flying at surprisingly high speed through South Florida's fields and forests. The Osceola turkey, also called the Florida wild...
  • Grand Canyon gets surprise visitor — a gray wolf

    Nobody is sure who saw it first. A handful of National Park Service employees think they were among the first, in early October. A turkey hunter snapped a fuzzy photo of it as the animal moved through a large open meadow surrounded by dense conifer...