Outdoors calendar: Sandhill Crane Festival this weekend - Tennessean Tournament, Land Between the Lakes Division, Kentucky Lake/Lake Barkley. Visit flwoutdoors.com. May 2. Fishers of Men Tournament, Kentucky Lake... 01/14/2015 - 5:00 am | View Link
Garrett: Time for state to contribute to TWRA? - Oneida Independent Herald ... residents costs just $25.75. In Kentucky, the ... national symbol, which is thriving in Tennessee? Or the sandhill crane? In fact, there are ... 01/13/2015 - 4:52 am | View Link
Outdoors calendar: Boat & Sportshow opens Thursday - Tennessean ... deer hunt (ages 6-16). Jan. 17-18. 24th annual Sandhill Crane Festival, Hiwassee Refuge and ... Land Between the Lakes Division, Kentucky Lake 01/7/2015 - 4:33 am | View Link
Sandhill crane license deadline Nov. 30 The application deadline for Kentucky's sandhill crane quota hunt is Nov. 30. To apply go to www.fw.ky.gov and click on the "licenses" tab then "buy licenses." The application fee is $3. The drawing will be Dec. 5. Hunt dates are Dec. 13-Jan. 11. 11/25/2014 - 4:22 am | View Link
Applications for Kentucky’s sandhill crane hunting season accepted online Nov. 15-30 Applications for Kentucky’s sandhill crane hunting season will be accepted online at fw.ky.gov from Nov. 15-30. The Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources will issue permits to 400 hunters this year through a randomized computer drawing. 11/13/2013 - 7:00 pm | View Link
92 Birds Killed in Kentucky’s Second Sandhill Crane Hunting Season Kentucky’s second sandhill crane hunting season is officially over. This year hunters killed 92 birds—42 more than last year. Most of the birds killed were in Hardin and Barren counties on private land. No more than 400 birds could be hunted during the ... 01/13/2013 - 11:00 am | View Link
Sandhill Crane weekends at Barren River Lake Although cold, wet, and dreary seem to be the pattern this winter, spring must be just around the corner as those perennial harbingers of warmer weather to come, the Sandhill Cranes, once again begin their flight north with a stopover at Barren River Lake ... 01/11/2012 - 8:30 am | View Link
Sandhill Crane Season Will Be A Learning Experience For Kentucky Hunters FRANKFORT, Ky. -- Kentucky's sandhill crane hunting season, which opens Saturday, will be the first modern-day opportunity in the state to hunt these migratory birds. A total of 332 hunters, 96 percent of whom are Kentucky residents, were selected by ... 12/15/2011 - 7:00 am | View Link
Sandhill Crane Overview: The sandhill crane is among the oldest living species of birds, dating back 2.5 million years. Today, it is an endangered species in Ohio. 01/28/2015 - 11:03 am | View Website
KY Experimental Season | KY Coalition for Sandhill Cranes Sandhill Cranes in Kentucky/ video by Kentucky Afield 92 Sandhill Cranes killed in second Kentucky hunting season Barren River Lake is possibly the largest staging ... 01/28/2015 - 6:17 am | View Website
A Rendezvous with Beautiful Sandhill Cranes in South ... By Bob Adams During more than an hour of riding along narrow country roads surrounded by plowed cornfields, we had caught glimpses of small groups of sandhill cranes ... 01/28/2015 - 12:12 am | View Website
KY Coalition for Sandhill Cranes The crane was found just south of Zaunbrecher Road and north of Gueydan on November 2, 2014 with an apparent bullet wound to her upper left leg. 01/27/2015 - 11:07 pm | View Website
U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service Sandhill Cranes Status and ... Status and Harvests of Sandhill Cranes Mid-continent, Rocky Mountain, Lower Colorado River Valley and Eastern Populations U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service 01/27/2015 - 8:09 pm | View Website
The institute staff points out that there are some important changes to the permit process in 2015. At time of purchase, you must now print your permits, fill in climbers name on each permit, and bring them with you to the trailhead.
The Amtrak Cascades train service between Portland and Seattle is rightly a popular way to get between the big cities. Upstart Bolt Bus may be cheaper, but riding the train will always have a bit more cachet than boarding a bus.
Ohio should create more camp sites for RV’s and motor homes in state parks, and dump 29 less profitable cabins, a new performance audit by state Auditor Dave Yost recommends. The changes could generate more than $3.3 million in average annual returns and $3.8 million in one-time cost avoidance, says the audit, one of a series conducted at the Ohio Department of Natural Resources.