For duck hunters and their dogs, wading through mucky water is part of the experience, but one type of “muck” can be especially dangerous for four-legged hunting partners – harmful algae blooms (HAB). A HAB may look like foam, scum or paint floating on the water and be colored blue, bright green, brown or red. This season, if the water appears suspicious or there is decaying algae on the shore, hunters are urged to avoid contact and keep their dogs away. Dogs that swim in or drink water affected by a HAB or eat dried algae along the shore can become seriously ill or die. Continue reading Kansas Department Says Protect Your Hunting Dog From Harmful Algae
The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission approved 2017-18 waterfowl season dates during a March 17 meeting in Grand Island.
The Commission adopted waterfowl season orders that include opening the early teal Continue reading Nebraska Game And Parks Commission Sets 2017-18 Waterfowl Season Dates
The Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries (LDWF) will begin accepting applications Thursday (May 26) through June 20 for waterfowl group hunts for up to 12 hunters per group at White Lake Wetlands Conservation Area (WCA). Continue reading LDWF Accepting Applications for Waterfowl Group Hunts at White Lake Wetlands Conservation for 2016-17 Hunting Season
After receiving and reviewing public input, the Maryland Department of Natural Resources has selected the 2016-2017 migratory game bird hunting seasons. As the last step in the process, these recommendations are now pending final approval from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Continue reading Maryland Migratory Game Bird Seasons Submitted For Final Approval