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Dogs Play a Major Role in Conservation TRCP 4-18-2013

The Roosevelt Report
April 16
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Video: Stand up for Oregon Backcountry

Mia_PlayOregon offers some of the best public upland game bird hunting in the West. Chukar season ended in January, but die-hard bird hunters already are thinking about next season.

Watch a video by TRCP Oregon Field Representative Mia Sheppard and find out why sportsmen must speak up to help maintain the high-quality fish and wildlife values of these prized lands.

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From the Blog Skinny

Should Sportsmen Show Their True Colors?

In this interview, Rep. Mike Simpson of Idaho talks about how serving in Congress has been among the greatest honors of his life. Simpson goes on to tell hunters and anglers the importance of showing their true colors in the policy arena.

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Newsletter TRCP Top 5
1) Dogs Play Major Role in Conservation Efforts - Orvis News
2) Should Sportsmen Care About Climate Change? - The TRCP

3) Public Approval of Hunting Highest Since 1995 - NSSF

4) TRCP to Honor Sportsman-Conservationist Giants - Fly Rod & Reel

5) Hunting for Dinner - The New York Times

Newsletter Highlights Revised

Sagamore_HillAn Insider’s Look at Sagamore Hill

Early last year, shortly after Theodore Roosevelt’s stately home, Sagamore Hill, was closed to the public for restoration, a photographer was allowed into the 23-room mansion to take pictures. Now, 20 of those photographs, commissioned as artworks rather than as mundane documentation, are on display not far from Sagamore Hill.

View the unique photos in this story via The New York Times.

 

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