Author: pjj

Peter Jaeckle is the publisher and Chief Editor of the California Hunting Post. You can find him also on Google+, Twitter, Facebook and on many other sites. Over the past decades he has written on investments, dogs and dog rescue, economic and on environmental topics.

Wildlife Calendar November 2019

Advertisements Always popular and in high demand: SHARE Here are some of the significant wildlife calendar events for November 2019. Shared Habitat Alliance for Recreational Enhancement (SHARE) Access Permit Application Deadline for Multiple Hunting Opportunities. Wild pig, waterfowl, turkey, dove and quail hunts are available through the SHARE program. An $11.88 non-refundable application fee is charged […]

Survival gear for boar hunters and the outdoors

Advertisements In general, these guys are well prepared with hunting, camping, and hiking gear that includes the newest gadgets and is well taken care of. Survival gear is, unfortunately, an entirely different matter. Late summer and early fall are busy times for hunters. Deer season, migratory waterfowl, and many upland bird hunting seasons are open. […]

Waterfowl hunts at Eden Landing Ecological Reserve 2019

Advertisements The California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) will hold special waterfowl hunts at the East Bay Ecological Reserve in Hayward, California. The hunts will be open to 100 hunters on the restored salt ponds at Eden Landing Ecological Reserve (ELER). These special waterfowl hunts will be available to the first 100 hunters on a […]

Snipe season in California opens in October

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 HIP, […]

Hunters and fishermen contribute to wilderness and habitat conservation

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 of […]

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

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, state […]

Wild boar and feral pigs trashing cities worldwide

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 control […]

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 […]

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