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CLACKAMAS, Ore. – A Columbia River summer Chinook fishery beginning on the upcoming 4th of July weekend was set today by fishery managers from Oregon and Washington. This is the first recreational summer Chinook fishery since 2018.

Fishery managers approved the season after scientists from the Tribes, states, and federal government revised the upper Columbia summer Chinook forecast to 65,000 fish on Monday. Sockeye and steelhead angling closed last Thursday due to ESA take limits on Snake...

Gun Buyers ClubJEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Missouri deer and turkey hunters can get the most current information on upcoming fall hunting from the Missouri Department of Conservation’s (MDC) 2020 Fall Deer and Turkey Hunting & Regulations Information booklet, available where permits are sold and online at huntfish.mdc.mo.gov/fall-deer-and-turkey-hunting-regulations-and-information.

The booklet has detailed information on fall deer and turkey hunting seasons, limits, permits, managed hunts, regulations, conservation areas to hunt, post-harvest instructions, chronic wasting disease (CWD) updates, and more.

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Gun Buyers ClubSOUTH CHARLESTON, W.VA. — The West Virginia Division of Natural Resources is now accepting applications to participate in controlled deer hunts at six state parks.

Controlled hunts are scheduled for the fall at Beech Fork, Cacapon Resort, Canaan Valley Resort, North Bend, Pipestem Resort and Twin Falls Resort state parks. Hunters have until Aug. 30 to apply. Drawings for the hunts will start on Aug. 31 and successful applicants will be notified in early-September.

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Gun Buyers ClubSOCIAL CIRCLE, Ga. – Many people have discovered the joy of birdwatching as they sampled new activities during this time of closed workplaces, social distancing and cabin fever.

Yet while that fledgling interest is a potential boon for bird conservation, another result of the pandemic has hampered researchers studying peregrine falcons nesting among city high-rises.

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Dr. Bob Sargent of the Georgia Department of Natural Resources has a network of metro Atlanta residents who monitor peregrines on