Hunting New Orleans & Deer Hunter To Deer Healer 8-13-2013

Grand View Outdoors

Virginia Beach deer hunter becomes deer healer
Bill Dixon, deer whisperer, helps orphaned fawns and returns them to the wild.

Endangered species thrive on US military ranges
On average, military lands boast 15 threatened and endangered species per acre, nearly seven times more per acre than the U.S. Forest Service.

Firearm, bow hunter courses set in Nebraska
Firearm and bow hunter education courses are scheduled throughout the state for people seeking certification in Nebraska.

New hunting law could help state combat poaching
A new Illinois law requiring hunters to use all edible parts of harvested animals could help fight poaching and provide meals to hungry families.

Minnesota’s waterfowl season will open Sept. 21
The opener is one day earlier than 2012 and the earliest since 1945.

Heavy rains replenish parched Kansas wetlands
In the wake of recent rains that have deluged much of the state, all 10 pools at the Cheyenne Bottoms that are usually open for hunting now have water in them roughly 14 to 18 inches deep.

Bow hunting in Kodiak begins in classroom
Passing the bow-hunter course isn’t required to go bow hunting in Alaska, but the state dangles the incentive of reserved seasons to encourage bow-hunters to become certified.

Hunting could return to parts of New Orleans
Louisiana officials recommended the action for control of feral hogs and to allow youth waterfowl hunting on the Bayou Sauvage National Wildlife Refuge.

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