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McFarlane wants to reduce the number of resident geese, which he said could number as many as 80, to an acceptable level, stressing that he doesn't want all the geese removed. That has created concerns from some that the county plans to kill the
Glancing out the kitchen window one sunny afternoon not long ago, I was startled to see two beautiful red foxes copulating in the garden...Mating must be routine exercise out there, judging by the frequency with which brand-new rabbits can be seen
Brent's best bet Lake of the Ozarks is acting like it is spring. Both bass and crappies are providing plenty of action this week...The bass are biting jigs, stickbaits and Alabama rigs in 12 to 15 feet of water...Outlook: Lilley's Landing reports:
Brent's best bet The winter weather apparently isn't killing the appetite of the fish at Bull Shoals Lake. The Kentucky and smallmouth bass are biting on the main lake...Outlook: Lilleys' Landing reports: Trophy Area: trout fair on midge, scud flies.
Trophy Area: trout good on No...Outlook: Department of Conservation reports: trout fair on PowerBait, jigs in Coot and Plover lakes...Outlook: Johnson County Park and Rec reports: all species poor...Outlook: Gaston's White River Resort reports: Fly
all species poor...Outlook: Johnson County Park and Rec reports: all species poor...Outlook: Guide Jay Brainard reports: bass good on jerkbaits, crankbaits over the shallow rock piles or over the deeper brush.
Through about 25 years of serious birding, Mike Rader has made many great memories at the Quivira National Wildlife Refuge. He has seen mile-long flocks of blackbirds snaking across the sky and watched vast flocks of waterfowl nearly blot out a
When someone sees the forest preserve district patch on my sleeve, it seems Im fair game for just about any question and there are some doozies...Whats the name of that bird thats blue, kind of small, you know the one that sings a lot?...Some are
But one competitor costs him more business than any other: the federal government. "Government is not supposed to compete, head to head, with the private sector when the private sector is already fulfilling the need," said Clark, chief executive
May 7-March 31; unlimited. Groundhogs: May 7-Dec. Squirrels: May 26-Feb. 15; 10 daily, 20 possession. Doves: Sept. 1-Nov. 9; 15 daily, 30 possession. Snipe: Sept. 1-Dec. Rail: Sept. 1-Nov. 9; 25 daily, 25 possession. Teal: Sept. 8-23; 4 daily,