- Michael A Sawyers - Outdoors
Survey finds fewer young Md. turkeys
Maryland’s fall turkey season takes place Oct. 26 through Nov. 2 and it is possible that hunters may see fewer young birds than in recent years.
Off-road trails eyed for state wildlife site
The Maryland Department of Natural Resources is proposing to establish two off-road vehicle trails on the Sideling Hill Wildlife Management Area in Washington County.
I have always greatly enjoyed hunting mourning doves, ever since I first tried it in Utah in the late 1960s.
New bear hunt in W.Va. explained
There are 19 counties in West Virginia where the Division of Natural Resources wants more bears harvested.
No recorded Md. attacks
Although Garrett and Allegany counties have high bear densities, attacks upon humans are less likely to happen in the East than in western states, according to Harry Spiker, black bear project leader for the Maryland Wildlife & Heritage Service.
We are well-armed in Md.
Those Marylanders who hate guns can thank Gov. Martin O’Malley and his minions at the General Assembly for making the state’s citizenry among the most well-armed in the country.
I felt like this might happen
There is a lot of information on the Internet about didymo or rock snot, the algae that gets on the bottom of trout streams.
Maryland looks for free fishing waters
The Maryland Fisheries Service has designated some waters where anybody can fish without having a license and is looking for more.
Keep your head (warm)
I am very particular about caps or hats, whichever term you choose.
For one thing, it seems nowadays that a lot of baseball-style hunting caps sit on top of the head rather than reach down far enough in the back to be beneath the occipital bone of the skull.
Public hunting lands drilled
A short Associated Press story out of West Virginia caught my attention early this week; raised my eyebrows, actually.
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