Which bluegills are better to keep?

Every spring and summer questions are raised by serious bluegill fishermen. How many should a single person keep? Is it better to keep the...

A Phosphorus Sweet Spot

Farmers, gardeners and people who like to keep lawns growing fast enough to ensure their lawnmowers get regular workouts know that they have to...

Bird Feeders: It’s for the Birds!

Today I was sitting on the patio, absent-mindedly watching the bird feeder while trying to figure out a topic for our weekly discussion. The...

Indiana NWTF Turkey Tip – Don’t Mow Until July 15th

NWTF Indiana – Turkey Tips: Wild turkey hens often nest along the edge of grassy fields. While the hen is setting on the nest,...
tick

YUCK!! It’s Tick Time!

“I hate you!” I said under my breath, flicking the small insect off my pant leg while turkey hunting several weeks back. And I’m...
feral hogs

Indiana has a Hog Problem

Note: This story by WildIndiana Publisher Brent T. Wheat previously appeared in his newspaper column 'Out in the Open' that runs in several central-Indiana...

I see you, Fish Face

I don’t know how accurate scenes were in the latest spy thriller movie I watched, but I think the part where they used facial...

The Fight for Alaska Wildlife Continues

It used to be wildlife conservation issues were not particularly bipartisan in nature. The “Congressional Sportsman’s Caucus,” with nearly 300 members, has almost equal...
deer fawn

It’s Fawn Finding Season

It’s common knowledge it takes nine months from conception to birth for a human baby. It’s actually, 280 days - give or take a...
Indiana bear

Could black bears again inhabit Indiana?

Back in the day, black bears were historically abundant across Indiana and sightings were common. There were good numbers throughout the Hoosier state with...

Podcast Episode #6- New ATV Helmet Law (and a shark in...

Capt. Bill Browne of the Indiana Department of Natural Resources discusses the new ATV helmet law that takes effective July 1, 2017.  The purpose...

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