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October 2011

Banding together

Collecting Canada goose data depends on volunteer determination.

by Richard G. Billings Jr.

HORICON – Wildlife biologist Brenda Kelly is running. Meanwhile, the rest of the group that has gathered on this humid and rainy morning disperses into a Dodge County field along Highway 33. Why is Kelly running so frantically? Read full article

Also in this issue…

Photo courtesy of Keith WarnkeLet's talk hunting
Hunters and nonhunters must put differences aside for conservation.



© Karl MalcolmLocavore, meet hunter
Hunter reruitment takes a new turn to connect young adults with the source of their food.


© DNR FileA gift that spawns Great Lakes fisheries
The legacy of Bayfield pioneer R.D. Pike.


© Shane RuckerWildness incarnate
Sandhill cranes are a conservation success.


© Branden KerrHunting for outdoor photo hints
Composition comes into play in the field.



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