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  • New tanks show SeaWorld evolving and so are we

    Twenty-five years ago, SeaWorld's famous Shamu Show featured a lucky kid plucked from the audience who got to stand on a shallow ledge in the tank and toss a few fish to a killer whale. Back then the scene was a crowd favorite. Today the stunt —...
  • Dennis Anderson: Former Louisiana agent made world (and bayou) better place

    Dave Hall spent most of his life protecting ducks and other wildlife in the bayou. Dave Hall rarely strapped on a sidearm. He had one but usually left it in his car. He did carry a badge, however, designating him as an agent of the federal government,...
  • Brothers get their elk in hunt of a lifetime

    Sometimes, they hunted from blinds. Sometimes, they hunkered down in tall grass, waiting for the perfect elk. This is a story of generosity, long odds, patience and insane luck. Every year, about 40,000 hunters in Michigan apply for an elk license,...
  • Minnesota man keeps home fires burning at historic Kettle Falls hotel

    RAINY LAKE, Minn. Mike Williams set the hook on another walleye, hoping it was the right size for lunch. We would need about three for a good meal at the Kettle Falls Hotel, said Williams, a fishing guide from International Falls. When Williams was a kid...
  • Crossbows ready to make entrance during deer season

    Thwack! The sound of a projectile striking a target isn't unusual at an archery club. But this one was notable for its type and location. It was a bolt fired from a crossbow. And it took place at Racine Instinctive Bowmen in Sturtevant. The event, a...
  • Wisconsin's fall hunting season kicks off this week

    The woods and fields of Wisconsin are only beginning to offer hints, but a new season is coming. Soon the sumacs, maples and hickories will be ablaze in the colors of autumn. Deer will exchange their red coats of summer for a warmer, brown model. And the...
  • Deer management program benefits from debate over rules

    Wisconsin was humming in the last full week of August. Schools were opening, vacations were ending, balls were in the air, pads were popping and crops were ripening. The conservation community was hard at it, too. The work chariot put on 750 miles so I...
  • With Minnesota bear population down, so are hunting permits

    Minnesota's bear season is approaching soon, and hunters will see another conservative framework. State wildlife officials have been trying for the past few years to increase the state's bear population. Just 3,750 permits were issued for this fall's...
  • Pheasant hunter, harvest numbers reach 27-year lows in Minnesota

    Minnesota's pheasants and pheasant hunters are hitting rock-bottom. Just 62,000 pheasant hunters went afield last fall, and they bagged only 169,000 roosters. That's the fewest hunters and lowest harvest in 27 years. Hunter numbers declined 19 percent...
  • Home-garden events: Workshops offer tips for gardeners, hunters and kids

    Turf event Saturday features trade show Learn about the differences between organic fertilizers and synthetic fertilizers during the Virginia Cooperative Extension's Super Turf Saturday on Aug. 16. Topics for the day include soil composition, lawn...
  • Datebook

    Sunday, Aug. 3 Sunday concert I&I Riddim performs at Columbia's lakefront in a free concert at 6:30 p.m. Bring blankets and enjoy live music outdoors. Monday, Aug. 4 Big screen "Ernest & Celestine" (rated PG) will be shown at 8:30 p.m. at the...