Author: Forrest Nelson

Deer Jumps Through Window at New Jersey Middle School

A young buck caused a stir at North Arlington Middle School last week after he leaped through a window and right into the school. The window was already open when the deer came through it and then broke a portion of a wall and knocked over a water cooler as he struggled to escape. The event took place toward the end of the school day as students were about to be dismissed for the day. Many teachers, parents and students were on hand to snap pictures of the event. In the end no one was hurt has animal control...

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Photographer Documents Wolf Pack Taking Down Elk on Alberta Overpass

A rare opportunity presented itself to professional photographer Christopher Martin after he spotted an elk walking back and forth on a rail bridge in Banff National Park. The photographer immediately pulled his car over and grabbed his trusty camera in an attempt to photograph the animal. Just as he was able to focus the camera on the subject, he witnessed a wolf suddenly appear and bite the neck of the large animal. “As I pulled out the camera and the lens, I could see a wolf head appear and grab on — bite the neck — so then, I knew something...

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NWTF Releases Their 2016 Spring Hunt Guide

With April right around the corner many of us already have turkeys on the mind. With this in mind, the trustworthy folks over at the National Wild Turkey Federation (NWTF) have compiled their Spring Hunt Guide to help members and turkey-hunting enthusiasts save time and prepare for opening morning in their home state. The NWTF has been compiling this list for decades, but this year’s guide provides two separate sets of data: The 2014 spring wild turkey populations across the country and the 2014 spring harvest rates as reported by each state. The reason why the data is only...

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West Virginia Counting on Recruitment, Retention and Reactivation of Hunters

In an attempt to boost the interest of hunting in West Virginia, the state’s Division of Natural Resources is aiming to recruit new hunters, retain hunters once they are active and reactivate dormant hunters of past years. “Recruitment is reaching out and trying to develop and encourage new hunters and anglers,” Paul Johansen, the DNR’s wildlife chief told the Charleston Gazette-Mail. “Retention is keeping hunters and anglers involved in their sports and buying licenses from year to year. Reactivation is reaching out to hunters and anglers who have been active in the past but, for whatever reason, have dropped...

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Kelowna Man Rescues Calf Moose, Gets Chased

After attempting to jump a fence, a calf moose in Kelowna, British Columbia got her hind leg caught in the fence. The video depicts Kelowna resident Marc Schoene approaching the trapped moose and eventually freeing the animal from the fence with a set of cutters.  What Marc did not expect was that after freeing the moose, she then turned her attention to her rescuer.  After being freed, the ground-placed camera depicts Marc retreating from the scene with the moose in pursuit. Marc stated that the moose came after him and was able to hit him in his back and...

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