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  • It is World Wildlife Day 2015
    It is World Wildlife Day 2015
    Whether it was raining, snowing, overcast or sunny, Tuesday, March 3, 2015 was a beautiful day because it was World Wildlife Day. In December of 2013, the United Nations General Assembly declared March 3rd as World Wildlife Day, an annual...
  • Kurtis Mayfly to teach BCC Fly Fishing Clinic: Beginners wanted
    Kurtis Mayfly to teach BCC Fly Fishing Clinic: Beginners wanted
    Kurtis Nelson, aka Kurtis Mafly, has been fly fishing a long time - as in 25 years of fly fishing and teaching fly fishing. A life member of Trout Unlimited and member of the International Federation of Fly Fishers (IFFF) as well as their local...
  • Black bear
    NJ bear hunt to continue and be expanded
    According to research by the New Jersey Division of Fish and Wildlife, the New Jersey Fish and Game Council has approved a proposed updated Comprehensive Black Bear Management Policy that continues the annual December hunt, adds an October hunt...
  • Capt. Pat Kelly
    Capt. Pat Kelly retires after 20 years at the helm of Florida Guides Association
    The Florida Guides Association (FGA) held their annual meeting last weekend and elected a new president. At last years meeting, longtime president, Capt. Pat Kelly announced his retirement at the end of the 2014-15 year. The announcement provided...
  • USA has added additional rules to make the game safer
    Parents referees and youth players will have a hard time with new USA rules
    One of USA Hockey's most important changedto assist youth hockey in growing and prospering has been rule changes.Parents and coaches do not always agree withall of the changes.The statedgoal of USA Hockey is to promote a safe and positive...
  • A cultural exchange: springing into a New World Order
    A cultural exchange: springing into a New World Order
    What does your favorite surfer look like? Surfing’s future is now, and it looks much more culturally diverse than it did before. This new world is progressively challenging old ideas about what a world title holder should look like. The...
  • Runners arriving for the start of the 2014 NYC Marathon
    Did you win the lottery today?
    For runners the biggest lottery of the year is not the Mega Multi-Million dollar Lottery but the lottery to get into the 2015 New York City Marathon to be held on Sunday, November 1, 2015. Runners interested in running this year’s marathon...
  • 2015 Illinois Horse Fair tickets still available for this weekend
    2015 Illinois Horse Fair tickets still available for this weekend
    Midwestern horse lovers may still be able to pick up tickets for the upcoming Illinois Horse Fair. Billed as Illinois’ largest all-breed equestrian event, the Illinois Horse Fair runs from Friday, March 6, through Sunday, March 8, at the...
  • Bitterroot Buggers
    Bitterroot Buggers need volunteers
    Bitter Root Trout Unlimited is in need of volunteers for the March 3 Buggers class. A number of the regular instructors have a prior commitment and cannot assist. Please come down and help us out with BRTU's flagship program.The 18th annual...
  • Eric Church Rodeo Houston 2015
    Eric Church, BP Super Series kicks off opening day of Rodeo Houston
    Rodeo Houston kicks off today, March 3, 2015 at NRG Stadium with the BP Super Series 1, Round 1 and the evening concert by Eric Church. The BP Super Series included tie-down roping, bareback riding, team roping, saddle bronc riding, steer...
  • Full moon sky chart March 2015
    March full moon names and observing notes 2015
    This month look for a very bright Jupiter above the full moon. Between the Moon and Jupiter is the bright star Regulus in the constellation of Leo the lion. Leo rising after sunset signals spring is on its way. This full moon is somewhat unique in...
  • Snow Surfing Tracks
    Snow Surfing Open House and Demo Comes to Buffalo, Minn., March 6-7
    Though the upcoming shift to Daylight Saving Time signals that the end of winter is not that far off (boo!), there's still time to enjoy some snowy goodness. In the Twin Cities area, you can celebrate some old-school sliding, standing up, in...
  • Hendersons re-set pro-am event at Smiths Falls GCC
    Hendersons re-set pro-am tournament back to June 15 at Smiths Falls GCC
    After a tweak here and a tweak there, Brooke and Brittany Henderson will be the hosts of their inaugural pro-am fundraising tournament on June 15 at the Smiths Falls Golf and Country Club.This is a re-set of the tournament date that had been...
  • Comments sought on converting railroads into temporary trails
    Comments sought on converting railroads into temporary trails
    Got any ideas on making it easier to turn an abandoned rail line into a hiker-biker trail? At least for reducing the technical steps needed to turn one into a temporary linear park? If so, now’s your chance to speak up. The Surface...
  • Cannon Green
    Youth Player Update: Cannon Green #4 Chicago Mission
    Youth Hockey Examiner spoke to theGreen family who have, like many hockey parents, sacrificedsome normalcy to provide their child with an opportunity to play elite hockey with one of the premiere AAA youth hockeyorganizations in the entire country...