Snipe season in California opens in October

Advertisements Snipe, though common throughout our state, but hunting and bagging a snipe during snipe season is no easy and fast deal. This year’s snipe season opens on October 19, 2019, and closes on February 2, 2020. To hunt snipe legally, hunters need a valid California hunting license, an upland game bird validation, and a […]

Hunters and fishermen contribute to wilderness and habitat conservation

Advertisements Saturday, September 28, 2019, was this year’s National Hunting and Fishing Day. Hunters and fishermen contribute to keeping our natural environment healthy and beautiful with their license purchases and volunteer work. The California Department of Fish and Wildlife honored these contributions by publishing some rarely gathered data related to the financial and economic effects […]

Waterfowl hunting 2019 and bird season starting soon – stock up on ammo

Advertisements This year, the waterfowl hunting 2019 opens on October 19. Please note that the waterfowl season 2019 has opening and closing dates that vary by zone. Get the latest daily bag and possession limits on the CDFW website. Waterfowl hunting 2019 on public land is available on more than two dozen national wildlife refuges, […]

Wild boar and feral pigs trashing cities worldwide

Advertisements Wild boar and feral pigs are expanding their numbers at unprecedented rates. In the process, more are moving closer to human activity centers. The most daring go even one step further and start living in parks, nature preserves, and open spaces in our cities. The consensus of wildlife experts is that this out of […]

October hunting events 2019 calendar

October hunting events are packing the calendar of events for October 2019 to the rim. Besides numerous season openers, there is a plethora of other events that are not necessarily October hunting events but still somehow related to hunting and the environment. This calendar summary will list only direct October hunting events while related happenings […]

Illegal Cannabis Plantation removed by CDFW

CDFW and law enforcement partners served seven search warrants and removed illegal cannabis growing operations near sensitive Wildlife Habitat in Trinity and Shasta Counties In late August 2019, CDFW in cooperation with the National Guard, the State Water Resources Control Board, the Trinity County Sheriff’s Department, and other local law enforcers served seven search warrants […]

Rampaging boar causing trouble in cities worldwide

Rampaging boar are wreaking havoc around human habitation centers and in towns. Many of the boar are monster boar with a body weights that exceeds by far the expected standard weight for wild pigs. These boar, monster or just plain old standard wild pigs, are also getting bolder and more aggressive. Ask the residents of […]

Mast drop essential for wild boar and other wildlife

The quantity and quality of mast dropped from trees has a profound, life-sustaining influence on big and small wildlife during coming winters. Read why and what we know about masting trees. California received above-average rainfall during 2018-19, with a particularly wet spring season. “With a return to favorable weather patterns, and good acorn production, there […]

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