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Gun Buyers ClubSALEM, Ore. — Non-residents may fish and hunt in Oregon again beginning Tuesday, May 5. Recreational clamming and crabbing will remain closed to non-residents until further notice.

ODFW is lifting the non-resident restrictions in line with some loosening of restrictions on outdoor recreation in the state and region. Washington state will also reopen to most fishing on May 5.


Oregon and Washington will reopen salmon and steelhead fishing on the Columbia River next week. The states

Gun Buyers ClubDOVER, Del. – The Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control announced that starting Friday those aged 13 or older are required to bring a face mask with them to enter state parks, wildlife areas and reserves, and should wear the mask when they cannot maintain social distancing from other visitors. Those who do not bring face masks when visiting these areas may be required to leave by DNREC Natural Resources Police officers or staff.


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Each April, the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources sends out a call for volunteers to help with our annual fawn collaring effort. Due to COVID-19, we will no longer be recruiting volunteers this year.

The health and safety of our volunteers and staff is always our priority. Although searching for fawns outside, volunteer search groups can be quite large and have close contact between individuals.

For those wondering how this decision impacts our study, we do...

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Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries enforcement agents cited two Iberia Parish residents and an Ohio resident for alleged alligator violations on April 21 in Iberia Parish.

Agents cited Aaron C. Ourso, 39, of Jeanerette, Aubrey Ourso, 41, of Jeanerette, and Makaela Ourso, 18, of Curtice, Ohio, for possession of an alligator during a closed season.

Agents received information on April 21 about a recently killed alligator at an Iberia Parish residence. Agents interviewed the subjects...