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FROM THE New Jersey Hunting and Trapping Digest

The Challenges of Managing Canada Geese

Developing hunting regulations for Canada geese—with three distinct populations in New Jersey and their different population trajectories—can be challenging.

FROM THE Mississippi Outdoor Digest

White-Tailed Deer Management Zones

Research indicates the prior 4-point law allowed the harvest of better quality yearling bucks, while protecting older-aged spikes and 3-point bucks. The result has been a decrease in antler size within age classes of older bucks.

FROM THE Oklahoma Hunting Guide

Public Hunting Lands

Oklahoma has a wide variety of public hunting lands across the state.  Check here for the area you want to hunt and get up to date on the rules of the area.

FROM THE Rhode Island Hunting & Trapping Guide

Deer Hunting

Resident Hunters may purchase one (1) “All Outdoors Package Permit” (AO) for use in Deer Management Zones 1 and 2 to take up to 8 deer during the established seasons. All Outdoor Permits are available only from DEM Division of Licensing (222-6647).

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