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VOL: APRIL 28, 2012   ISSUE: SHOW #717
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this week• Fox Valley city named top town for sportsmen in U.S.
• Fish Petenwell and Castle Rock lakes now for bass, walleyes and panfish

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up close• Jeff scores his first turkey
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YES 36.4% | NO 63.6% | MAYBE 0% | UNDECIDED 0% | COMMENTS [2]

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Meetings offer opportunity to be active participant in wild turkey management

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MADISON – State wildlife officials say that the time has come to revise the Wisconsin Wild Turkey Management Plan and they are urging hunters to consider attending one of 11 public input meetings in April and May.

Since wild turkeys were re-introduced into Wisconsin in the 1970s, their population has flourished, according to Scott Walter, upland wildlife ecologist for the Department of Natural Resources.

“Turkeys can now be found throughout the state, and feedback from hunters, landowners, and others has prompted us to take a fresh look at the statewide Wild Turkey Management Plan, last revised in 1996,” Walter said. “The chance to hear the ideas, concerns, and opinions of the public will be crucial to this process.”

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JOHN TARANTO

Outdoor Life Senior Editor tells how Appleton, Wisconsin was chosen as the top town for sportsmen in the U.S.

John Taranto, Outdoor Life Sr Editor

FRED NICKEL

Director of Parks, Recreation and Trails for Adams County says Petenwell and Castle Rock parks are primed for spring guests, with 500 and 200 campsites, respectively, and no reservations needed “and reports that muskie action should be good on opening weekend.”

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President of Hunting Beast talks about his new DVD, Extreme Turkey Hunting Run & Gun

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GENE DELLINGER | proprietor of D&S Bait in Madison reports panfishing has been spotty on the Madison chain, but conditions look good for bass, walleyes and muskies on opening weekend.

Gene Dellinger, prop. D&S Bait in Madison
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Born wild: Animal babies best left in nature

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The well-intended person may attempt to rescue or to feed a wild animal baby because, in the human world, we perceive the baby as being afraid, alone and abandoned. It usually is not.

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MADISON — A human mother stays close to protect her infant most hours of a day, and people take comfort in seeing the baby’s caretaker present and in action.

Like their human counterparts, wild animal mothers share the dedication to protect, to feed and to care for their babies. But state wildlife officials say people should know that wild animal mothers do this in different ways.

“Unlike humans, one way an animal mom protects her baby is to conceal it and leave it hidden from predators under natural vegetation,” said Amanda Cyr, a wildlife biologist with the Department of Natural Resources

The mother returns to feed the babies, but often under the cover of darkness or brush, Cyr said, adding this is something people may not understand because it is so removed from what a human mother does.

“The well-intended person may attempt to rescue or to feed a wild animal baby because, in the human world, we perceive the baby as being afraid, alone and abandoned,” Cyr said. “It usually is not. Its mother is following natural behavior instincts to help the babies survive and thrive. Human interventions, while done with good intentions, instead can damage the health and well-being of the baby animal.”

Too much human or domestic animal disturbance or activity near a baby animal also could cause the mother to shy away from the area. She also advises to keep a close watch on pets so they don’t disturb a nest of baby animals. To prevent a wild animal from making a nest near your home or in the chimney, vent, window well, Cyr suggesting placing caps or covers on those areas. “Seal any unintended opening or hollow,” she said.

Cyr also warns feeding a wild animal with human foods can cause more damage to the wild animal because their digestive systems are different. Wild animals require different foods and nutrient levels that cannot be met with human diets.

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FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT:

  • Amanda Cyr – DNR Wildlife Biologist – (715) 359-5508
  • Joanne Haus – (206) 267-0798

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