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  • Bloomberg's The Wrong Guy To Lead Gun Safety Push

    Please, Mr. Bloomberg, leave the checkbook open, but step away from the podium. Your efforts to curb gun violence and improve firearms safety are notable. The National Rifle Association thanks you. For years, former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg...
  • Assembly poised to expand Sunday hunting

    Assembly poised to expand Sunday hunting
    The General Assembly is poised to approve legislation that would allow Sunday hunting on public and private land in three western Maryland counties. Under bills that have passed both the House and Senate, hunters in Garrett, Allegany and Washington...
  • Sunday hunting legislation clears Virginia General Assembly

    There will be no Sabbath for the Great Prince of the Forest. Legislation to allow hunting on Sundays in Virginia has passed the General Assembly and will await a signature from Gov. Terry McAuliffe, who has indicated support of the bills. Earlier this...
  • Maryland might eliminate black bear quota

    Maryland might eliminate black bear quota
    The Maryland Department of Natural Resources is considering eliminating the black bear hunt quota and instead opening the season for a pre-determined number of days. The change is intended to help hunters plan more effectively and would eliminate the...
  • Thomas Voss, thoroughbred trainer

    Thomas Voss, thoroughbred trainer
    Thomas Horne Voss, a nationally known thoroughbred trainer and a lifelong Maryland horseman, died of an apparent heart attack Tuesday at his Monkton home. He was 63. Mr. Voss trained his horses at Atlanta Hall, a 1,200-acre farm in Monkton, where he...
  • First Day hikes kick off 2014

    First Day hikes kick off 2014
    Many people start off the New Year with resolutions. Instead of making resolutions you may not keep, try starting 2014 off on the right (and left) foot by taking part in the 10 a.m. First Day Hike at Jacobsburg Environmental Education Center on New...
  • FloriDUH: When the hunter gets captured by the game

    FloriDUH: When the hunter gets captured by the game
    A deer near a road patiently waited for a hunter to come along and take a pop shot, reports The Bradenton Herald. But this deer was no ordinary prey -- it was a robotic Bambi bait planted by the Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission to snare some...
  • House committee no friend to wildlife and habitat

    The Pennsylvania House Game and Fisheries Committee appears to be selling out the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission and the Pennsylvania Game Commission when it comes to designating or removing native wildlife from the state's threatened and...
  • Pa. Game Commission board to meet Jan. 26-28

     
    The Pennsylvania Board of Game Commissioners will hold its first quarterly meeting of 2014, from Jan. 26 to 28 at the agency’s Harrisburg headquarters located at 2001 Elmerton Avenue, just off the Progress Avenue exit of Interstate 81 in Harrisburg,...
  • Junior Waterfowl Hunting Day set for Feb. 8

    Experienced waterfowl hunters are invited to introduce young people to the sport during a Junior Waterfowl Hunting Day on Saturday. On this date, hunters 15 years old or younger may hunt ducks, geese, mergansers and coots on public and private lands...
  • Leaser Lake fish stockings successful so far

    It may be difficult to think about fishing right now — especially after Monday's heavy snowfall — unless you're an ice fisherman, but the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission is gearing up for trout season. The mentored youth program in the...