Hunt Nebraska: Deer, Antelope, & Camping Tips!

Posted by Dan Carlson on May 19th 2020

Hunt Nebraska: Deer, Antelope, & Camping Tips!

Nebraska approves deer, antelope and elk hunting recommendations
The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission approved recommendations for 2020 deer, antelope and elk hunting seasons at its meeting May 8 in Lincoln. Commissioners adopted the proposed staff amendments to Commission orders pertaining to season dates, bag limits, permit quantities and areas open for deer, antelope and elk hunting. See the details HERE.

Nebraska to restore some camping opportunities
Nebraskans may begin enjoying recreational vehicle camping by reservation only at select state park areas starting May 20, according to the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission. See which areas HERE.

Utah DWR proposes changes to hunting seasons and will airguns for hunting some species
The Utah Division of Wildlife Resources is proposing several changes to upland game and turkey hunting in the state, including a recommendation that would allow airguns during the fall turkey hunts and throughout the rabbit and hare seasons. Learn more HERE.

Arizona accepting applications for fall hunting seasons
The Arizona Game and Fish Department (AZGFD) is accepting applications for 2020 hunt permit-tags issued through the draw process for deer, fall turkey, fall javelina, bighorn sheep, fall bison and sandhill crane. Read more HERE.

Wyoming urges people to be bear aware
The Wyoming Game and Fish Department reminds outdoor recreationalists and rural homeowners in bear-inhabited areas of Wyoming to maintain awareness of bears. Already this year, there have been bear conflicts and one human injury in Wyoming. Find out more HERE. Details on the attack mentioned in the article are posted HERE.

Public urged to leave wildlife babies alone
It is natural for some people who see a young wild animal apparently abandoned by its mother to want to rescue it. The correct course of action is to leave it alone. Find out why HERE.

Snakes are out. Here’s how to stay safe
Now that the weather is warm, more people are starting to see snakes in their backyards, along trails, around streams and lakes and in the woods. However, seeing a snake outside is no cause for alarm—if you see one, don’t panic. Find out what to do HERE.