This is the golden age of bear hunting.
Since the Pennsylvania Game Commission began keeping records of statewide bear harvests in 1915, there has never been a more prolific period for Commonwealth black bear hunters. Continue reading 2016 Pennsylvania Bear Harvest Ranks Fifth All-Time
Alabama’s first year of mandatory deer harvest reporting shows that more bucks are being harvested than does and more deer are harvested on private land versus public land. Out of the 82,435 deer reported, 45,546 were bucks and 36,854 were does. Thirty-five deer were of an unspecified gender. The Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources says while compliance was not 100 percent, it is a good start for the state. Continue reading More Than 82,000 Deer Reported In Alabama’s First Year Of Game Check
With a Wyoming Super Tag license, winners experience one of the few ultimate hunting adventures in the West, but, in addition to the hunt of a lifetime, the 2017 Super Tag raffle has become a lot more super. The Wyoming Game and Fish Department is partnering with several companies to offer the “Ultimate Hunting Gear Package.” Continue reading Wyoming Game And Fish Super Tag Raffle Becomes A Lot More Super
SCI World Headquarters in Tucson recently hosted a meeting of the Arizona Game and Fish Commission in the theater of the International Wildlife Museum. Separately, the IWM is working with the Arizona Department of Game and Fish to enhance that agency’s presence via a wildlife exhibit that includes education information about wildlife management, including a partnership with SCI Foundation involving the reintroduction of bighorn sheep in the Catalina Mountains area of Tucson.