Daily Archives: June 25, 2012

Smaller shot to be required at two game areas

By Howard Meyerson Smaller shot sizes will be required at two managed waterfowl hunting areas this fall if a proposal calling for No. 1 shot, or smaller is approved by the Natural Resources Commission for safety reasons. Organized hunters have … Continue reading

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Progress linking Appalachian Trail with 4,600-mile North Country Trail

Imagine being able to walk from North Dakota to Maine. Then, if you were really of a mind to, you could turn and hike down to Georgia. That’s the gist of a Washington Post story today that discusses the progress, … Continue reading

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Pedaling to Prosperity: Biking Saves U.S. Riders Billions

Common sense would tell most of us that it is cheaper to ride a bike to work than to drive a car, but data compiled by League of American Bicyclists and others suggests a vast amount could be saved by … Continue reading

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Young owls: Who could resist?

Owls are such unusual birds with their big eyes that draw us in and calls at night that make us smile. Despite the warm-fuzzies most associate with owls, they are  effective predators – raptors, plain and simple. I came to … Continue reading

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