FROM THE Oregon Game Bird Regulations

General Hunting Regulations

ll birds except starling, house sparrow, Eurasian collared-dove, and rock pigeon are protected by federal and/or state laws. Federal regulations provide that no permit is needed to control crows, blackbirds, cowbirds and magpies when found committing or about to commit depredations upon ornamental...

FROM THE Virginia Migratory Bird Hunting Guide

What’s New for 2015-16

Dove hunting on the Chickahominy WMA during the first week of the dove season will be by Quota Hunt only...

FROM THE New Hampshire Hunting & Trapping Digest

Bear Hunting

New Hampshire’s bear hunters can take advantage of three seasons: stalking (“general”), dog season, and baiting season. Bears are found statewide, with the highest densities in central N.H. and the White Mountains.

FROM THE New Jersey Hunting & Trapping Digest

Highlights of Regulations Changes

Changes to deer regulations for the 2015–16 seasons are extensive and involve the mandatory tagging of all harvested deer; the ability to harvest two deer before registering them via the Automated Harvest Report System during bow seasons in certain deer management zones (DMZs);


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