2017 Wisconsin Bear Hunting Regulations Available Online

View hunting regulations and updates online The 2017 Bear Hunting Regulations are now available online.  You can also pick up a hard copy at DNR service centers and license agents.  Find annual regulations, season dates, hunting hours and more at dnr.wi.gov, search “hunting regulations.” Attend the annual DNR Spring Hearings and Wisconsin Conservation Congress County Meetings April 10 to provide your input on current natural resource management issues. Remember wildlife at tax time. Donate to the Endangered Resources Fund. Fish on…Wisconsin!  Buy your license now and reel in the memories! Need help finding the fish?  Download the 2017 Wisconsin Fishing ReportNeed help finding … Continue reading 2017 Wisconsin Bear Hunting Regulations Available Online

Obama-Era Hunting Rule Changed

  Top 10 Venomous Snakes in North America Read Now Congress Flips Rule to Allow Hunting on Alaskan Refuge Lands Read Now Check Out the Whitetail Journal Turkey Issue for What to Know This Spring Read Now       You received this message because you registered an email address with Grand View Outdoors or a Grand View Outdoors partner.Unsubscribe | Privacy Policy. © 2017 Grand View Media | 200 Croft Street, Suite 1 | Birmingham, AL 35242 From our family of outdoor brands                     Continue reading Obama-Era Hunting Rule Changed

Update | NRC Bans Chocolate in Bear Bait

MICHIGAN UNITED CONSERVATION CLUBS UPDATE | NRC Bans Chocolate in Bear Bait Friend — A little over a year ago, Michigan’s bear hunting organizations asked the Natural Resources Commission to consider banning chocolate in bear bait to reduce the risk of harming non-target wildlife. Chocolate contains theobromine, which can be toxic to bears and other wildlife in sufficient quantities. Organizations including the Michigan Bear Hunters Association, the Michigan Hunting Dog Federation and the U.P. Bear Houndsmen Association sponsored a resolution supporting a restriction on chocolate in bear bait through the Michigan United Conservation Clubs policy process. At the MUCC Annual … Continue reading Update | NRC Bans Chocolate in Bear Bait

Update | MUCC Supports Kildee Legislation to Protect Fisheries from Aquaculture

MICHIGAN UNITED CONSERVATION CLUBS UPDATE | MUCC Supports Kildee Legislation to Protect Wild Fisheries from Aquaculture Friend — For the past few years, Michigan United Conservation Clubs and our partners have led the fight to protect the Great Lakes wild fisheries from net-pen aquaculture. Yesterday, Congressman Dan Kildee (MI-5) introduced federal legislation that will protect both Great Lakes fisheries and designated wild and scenic rivers, which Michigan United Conservation Clubs supports. However, it’s important to note that this legislation only affects certain types of aquaculture which threaten wild fisheries through the release of effluent and the risk of disease transmission … Continue reading Update | MUCC Supports Kildee Legislation to Protect Fisheries from Aquaculture

2017 Great American Outdoor Show Announces Free Readmission February 12

NATIONAL RIFLE ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA 11250 Waples Mill Road, Fairfax, VA 22030 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Feb. 7, 2017 Contact: nragomedia@nrahq.org; (703) 267-1595 2017 Great American Outdoor Show Announces Free Readmission February 12 HARRISBURG, Pa. – The Great American Outdoor Show announces Bounce Back Sunday, a special promotion allowing all outdoor enthusiasts attending the world’s largest consumer sports and outdoor show the opportunity to be readmitted for FREE on Feb. 12, the show’s final day.  To qualify attendees must have purchased a show ticket on any previous day and bring that ticket back on Feb. 12. Featuring nearly 1,100 exhibits, over … Continue reading 2017 Great American Outdoor Show Announces Free Readmission February 12

House Votes to Eviscerate Rule Giving Sportsmen More Say on Public Land Use

News for Immediate Release February 7, 2017 Contact: Kristyn Brady, 617-501-6352, kbrady@trcp.org House Votes to Eviscerate Rule Giving Sportsmen More Say on Public Land Use Representatives would revert BLM land-use planning back to an ineffective and outdated rule and prevent positive changes from being included in future revisions WASHINGTON, D.C. – Using an obscure legislative process, a majority of the U.S. House of Representatives voted to block the BLM’s new land-use planning rule, known as Planning 2.0, and roll back the additional opportunities the rule affords the public to voice concerns about land management decisions on 245 million acres. The … Continue reading House Votes to Eviscerate Rule Giving Sportsmen More Say on Public Land Use

Invitation to visit Beaumont’s Cattail Marsh

Dear Gary,  Are you looking for an off-the-beaten path outdoor destination to feature in your travel coverage this year?  If so, we would love to introduce you to Beaumont, Texas’ Cattail Marsh, which encompasses 900-acres of wetlands and offers a variety of recreational activities.  In 2016, a new boardwalk was added to provide exceptional access and incredible views of one of the most active birding areas of the wetlands.  Here’s a glimpse at a few things your readers can do there: Check off one of 251 bird species from your birding bucket list. Due to the constant water source and positioning … Continue reading Invitation to visit Beaumont’s Cattail Marsh

Michigan State Lands Bills Fail–Sportsmen Cheer

LANSING, Mich. – The Michigan chapter of Backcountry Hunters & Anglers is welcoming news that two bad bills being considered by the legislature have failed to advance out of committee following strong opposition by sportsmen and other outdoor recreationists. Senate bills 39 and 40 would have eased the sale of Michigan state lands by the Department of Natural Resources, impeding the acquisition of new state lands and jeopardizing public hunting and fishing access on 4.5 million acres currently owned by the state. The bills were weighed by the Michigan House Natural Resources Committee, but committee members chose not to advance … Continue reading Michigan State Lands Bills Fail–Sportsmen Cheer

: Wild December Excellent Photography

The beauty of winter. The photographer spent many hours in making this video. he must have a  fantastic zoom lens,  and how about the  slow motions.  Relax and enjoy. http://www.youtube.com/embed/f dSVp9GFeS4?autoplay=1&rel=0 Continue reading : Wild December Excellent Photography

Congress Fails Sportsmen in Final Hours

News for Immediate Release December 13, 2016 Contact: Kristyn Brady, 617-501-6352, kbrady@trcp.org Congress Fails Sportsmen on Many Conservation Priorities in Final Hours Everglades restoration can begin, but provisions to improve fish habitat, wetlands health, and access to hunting and fishing get left behind again WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, the Water Infrastructure Improvements for the Nation Act awaits the president’s signature, the final step needed to authorize $1.9 billion in restoration projects to help reverse longstanding habitat and water quality issues in South Florida, while moving water south. This should be celebrated as a major win for anglers, guides, and other local … Continue reading Congress Fails Sportsmen in Final Hours