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It’s Fishin’ Time in Texas
Neighborhood Fishin’ Program Expands to Tyler ATHENS—Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD) has begun stocking channel catfish into Neighborhood Fishin’ Program lakes in urban areas across Texas. Stockings will take place every two weeks through the summer and fall except during August, when high water temperatures may limit fish... Read more
South Texas Considered for SpaceX Launch Site
SpaceX, a company that “designs, manufactures and launches advanced rockets and spacecraft,” is one step closer towards building a private launch site in Texas’ Cameron County. Local reports state that the federal U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has determined that such a project would likely have no negative impact on the surrounding... Read more
Greg Abbott Affirms Teacher Authority to Carry Concealed Weapons in Texas
In June 2013, Texas Governor Rick Perry signed the Protection of Texas Children Act (BH 1009) into law, authorizing schools to train certain employees as “school marshals” and carry concealed weapons on campus.  After an apparent challenge to the bill by Democrat State Representative Joe Pickett (D-El Paso) in... Read more
805-pound shark catch may set record
video platformvideo managementvideo solutionsvideo player MILTON, Fla. – Eleven-feet long, 805 pounds and it almost swam under the radar. A group of Florida fishermen caught a potentially record-setting mako shark along the Gulf Coast on Tuesday. Joey Polk and his cousins recorded the fight with the shark and took... Read more
See How Quickly You Can Spot the Glaring Problem With Anti-Gun Group’s Alleged Depiction of a ‘Speeding Bullet’
Everytown for Gun Safety, an anti-gun campaign paid for by former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg, seemingly posted a photo on its new Facebook page Sunday that had gun owners rolling their eyes. The image features a bullet shooting out of the barrel of a rifle — anyone who... Read more
Invasive Lionfish Fillets Fuel Conservation Campaign in Jamaica
Sometimes, the best way to control an invasive species is to simply eat them. That is the approach that Jamaica has taken with lionfish, an invasive species that in the span of a few short decades established a significant presence in the Caribbean and off the East Coast of... Read more
Is That Really How They Wanted This to Happen? Tranquilized Bear Falls From Tree, Goes Right Through Tarp
A Florida fire department tried to take precautions before tranquilizing a black bear in a neighborhood tree, in order to relocate it to a safer environment. Before the state’s Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission tranquilized the bear 350-pound bear, which climbed a Panama City city tree Sunday night, the fire... Read more
Raid on brass processor attributed to lack of subservience to government
A late March raid on a Bozeman, Montana ammunition case processor was due more to the company not showing proper deference to government regulators than it was about lack of compliance with environmental rules, the head a statewide gun rights group charged in a press release Tuesday. “Several months... Read more