Monthly Archives: March 2016

MAFWA Announces Hire of New National Wild Pheasant Conservation Plan Coordinator

March 14, 2016 PITTSBURG, PA— Dr. J. Scott Taylor has been hired as the Coordinator of the National Wild Pheasant Conservation Plan the Midwest Association of Fish & Wildlife Agencies (MAFWA) announced today at the North American Wildlife and Natural … Continue reading

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Texas is Losing The War on Feral Hogs

Posted by John McAdams March 7, 2016 Despite years of intense hunting and trapping, Texas is losing the war on feral hogs. Since the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD) first began removing feral hogs in 1982, the hog population … Continue reading

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Monarch butterfly migration to Mexico jumps after years of decline

Associated Press in Mexico City February 26, 2016 Monarch butterflies have made a big comeback in their wintering grounds in Mexico after suffering serious declines, investigators said Friday. The area covered by the orange-and-black insects in the mountains west of … Continue reading

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