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"); //0 document.write("Coastal Residents and Visitors Urged to Report Stranded Marine Life"); document.write("
Maryland’s tidal waters are visited by a variety of aquatic wildlife. Unfortunately, some of these animals find themselves stranded along the state’s shoreline, particularly between May and October. Since 1990, Maryland’s Stranding Response Program has documented strandings of 25 species of marine mammals and four species of sea turtles. On average, 40 to 70 protected […]

"); //1 document.write("Lake of the Woods walleye and sauger regulations considered"); document.write("
Angling regulations on Lake of the Woods and the Rainy River in northern Minnesota would change under a proposal being considered by the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources to reduce the number of walleye and sauger allowed to be kept in the winter on the lake, and on the river allowing only catch-and-release fishing for […]

"); //2 document.write("Michigan DNR Land Auction Starts July 10"); document.write("
Interested in property in northern Michigan’s beautiful Presque Isle County? Don’t miss the DNR’s upcoming land sale, starting July 10, where parcels ranging in size from an acre to 32 acres will be available by sealed-bid auction. There are 41 land parcels available, all in Rogers Township. Scott Goeman, manager of DNR Real Estate Services, […]

"); //3 document.write("DNA results show mysterious Montana canine is a wolf"); document.write("
The canine creature shot in Montana a month ago that captured the curiosity of the nation is actually a gray wolf. DNA from the animal, which was shot legally by a rancher near Denton on May 16, was tested at the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service forensic laboratory in Ashland, Ore. The lab compared the […]

"); //4 document.write("Grizzly Bear Killed in the Swan Valley"); document.write("
Kalispell, MT — A black bear hunter shot and killed a grizzly bear in the Swan Valley. Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks personnel responded to the incident that occurred May 20 in the Piper Creek drainage in the Swan Valley on U.S. Forest Service land. The hunter, an adult male from Pennsylvania, reported the incident […]

"); //5 document.write("Sub-adult grizzly bear dies from eating pesticide"); document.write("
A grizzly bear in north central Montana died Monday after getting into insecticide in an open garage. The sub-adult female bear was about 11 miles northwest of Carter, which is between Fort Benton and Great Falls. The female had been seen in previous days traveling with a sibling bear. The sibling is still believed to […]

"); //6 document.write("Grizzly bear observed at Benton Lake National Wildlife Refuge"); document.write("
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service staff observed a grizzly bear on the morning of June 14 at the Benton Lake National Wildlife Refuge, about 10 miles northeast of Great Falls in Cascade County. Officials first thought the bear was the sibling of the bear that died earlier this week of insecticide poisoning. However, the bear […]

"); //7 document.write("Law change will protect spawning trout in lower Saluda River"); document.write("
Changes to state law regarding trout fishing will soon be in place to protect spawning trout in the Lower Saluda River. Anglers in the Midlands of South Carolina have long enjoyed a unique “put-and-take” trout fishery in the lower Saluda river below the Lake Murray Dam, thanks to the fact that water released from the […]

"); //8 document.write("Four Wisconsin residents to participate in first managed elk hunt"); document.write("
MADISON – Following a 30-day application period and a great deal of anticipation, the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources staff conducted the random drawing for four lucky residents who will participate in the first managed elk hunting season in state history. “This is an historic time for the department and I would like to sincerely […]

"); //9 document.write("Chinook seasons for South Fork Salmon, Upper Salmon, Lochsa rivers"); document.write("
Fishing will be open seven days per week, but harvest share could be caught fast. Chinook fishing seasons on the South Fork of the Salmon, Upper Salmon and Lochsa rivers to open June 23 and rules include: Fishing open seven days per week. Bag limits for South Fork of Salmon and Upper Salmon, four per […]

"); //10 document.write("Idaho resident hunters can apply for grizzly bear hunt"); document.write("
One tag will be issued for a hunt in a portion of Eastern Idaho, drawing expected in early August. Fish and Game will accept controlled hunt applications for a 2018 grizzly bear tag June 15 through July 15. The drawing is limited to Idaho residents with a valid Idaho hunting license. Hunters can apply at […]

"); //11 document.write("Maine Deer Kill Largest In Last Ten Years"); document.write("
AUGUSTA, Maine – Deer hunters in Maine harvested 27,233 deer in 2017, the highest total in the last ten years and an increase of 15% from 2016. “An increasing deer herd in southern and central Maine, and favorable hunting conditions contributed to the best deer hunting season in ten years,” said Nathan Bieber, MDIFW Deer […]

"); //12 document.write("New Jersey State Record Landlocked Salmon Caught"); document.write("
The NJDEP Division of Fish and Wildlife has officially certified, and is pleased to announce, the catch of a new state record freshwater fish. The fish, a Landlocked Salmon, replaced a record which stood for 67 years and is the first record salmon since stocking began in 2006. Runelevy Rodriguez of Northvale, New Jersey, reeled […]

"); //13 document.write("Fox Sightings Rise as Kit-Rearing Season Peaks"); document.write("
RALEIGH, N.C. — With fox kit-rearing season peaking, biologists with the N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission’s Wildlife Helpline are fielding multiple calls from concerned homeowners who see foxes in their yards and wonder what to do. Their advice? Remove all food attractants and use non-lethal deterrents to encourage foxes to leave on their own. “Young foxes […]

"); //14 document.write("Asian Carp Harvest Incentive Program Planned for Tennessee"); document.write("
NASHVILLE — In an effort to combat to the invasive Asian carp species, a commercial harvest incentive program will be developed in the fall of 2018. The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency’s request of $500,000 budget expansion from the Marine Fuel Tax Fund was approved at the May meeting of the Tennessee Fish and Wildlife Commission. […]

"); //15 document.write("Nebraska multispecies lottery permit applications deadline"); document.write("
LINCOLN, Neb. – Hunters have until July 6 to apply for a 2018-2019 multispecies lottery permit. Two types of permits are available: Super Tag and Combo. The Super Tag permit is valid in 2018 and 2019 for one elk of either sex, one antelope of either sex, one deer of either sex, and two turkeys […]

"); //16 document.write("Sunken ferry becomes part of Delaware’s artificial reef system"); document.write("
ATLANTIC OCEAN 38°30.90’N, 074° 30.90’W – The M/V Twin Capes, a ferry christened 43 years ago on the Delaware Bay and retired after thousands of runs between her namesakes Cape Henlopen, Del. and Cape May, N.J., was sunk today to become part of Delaware’s acclaimed artificial reef system. Twin Capes, whose sinking will expand and […]

"); //17 document.write("Partial razor clam closure due to elevated domoic acid"); document.write("
The Oregon Department of Agriculture (ODA) and the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife (ODFW) announce a portion of the coast is closed for razor clamming as domoic acid levels have risen above the closure limit. Razor clamming is now closed from Cascade Head to the north jetty of the Umpqua River and closed from […]

"); //18 document.write("Gulf Reef Fish Survey improves fisheries management"); document.write("
Faster access to data. Improved fisheries estimates. More informed decision making. We want to thank you for making the Gulf Reef Fish Survey a success. Your participation has led the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC), for the first time ever, to be able to manage the harvest of recreational red snapper in both […]

"); //19 document.write("Officer seizes illegal deer, find drugs in Marion residence"); document.write("
FRANKFORT, Ky. — The report of a deer fawn being kept illegally led to drug charges against a man and his mother in Marion County. On Monday, June 11, conservation officers with the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources charged 26-year-old Matt White, of Lebanon, Ky., with holding protected wildlife and one count of […]