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Monthly Archives: December 2011

2011 Year in Review

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2011 Year in Review

By Art lander Jr. FRANKFORT, Ky. – Here are some wildlife-related stories that made news in 2011: Sandhill Cranes: Kentucky’s first hunting season for sandhill cranes in modern times opened Dec. 17 and will continue through Jan. 15, 2012, or until the season quota of 400 cranes is reached. A total of 332 hunters,...
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Improving fish habitat in ponds and small lakes

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Improving fish habitat in ponds and small lakes

By Art Lander Jr FRANKFORT, Ky. – Sinking brush piles is the best way to improve habitat for fish in ponds and small lakes. “When you add cover, such as trees and brush, you’re attracting algae, zooplankton and invertebrates in general at the base of the food chain,” said Kerry Prather, a fisheries biologist...
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Hot Bass Fishing in Cold Times

Hot Bass Fishing in Cold Times

Editor’s Note: This article first appeared in the Greater Ashland Beacon. By Chris Erwin This is the time of the year when most anglers put up their gear and start thinking about how long it’s going to be until spring gets here. If you have an adventurous nature, and you dress for the weather,...
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Ashland’s new boat ramp progresses

Ashland’s new boat ramp progresses

Editor’s Note: This article first appeared in the Greater Ashland Beacon. By Chris Erwin When I heard that the city was going to develop the 47th street boat ramp, I couldn’t be happier. The boat ramp at the new Veterans Memorial Riverfront Park has had its problems. From reports, its location is problematic with...
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Nine-banded armadillo expanding its range into Kentucky

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Nine-banded armadillo expanding its range into Kentucky

By Art Lander Jr FRANKFORT, Ky. – The nine-banded armadillo (Dasypus novemcinctus) has been expanding its range in the U.S. since the mid-1800s, steadily moving north and eastward. Armadillos first appeared in western Kentucky more than 20 years ago. “I recall the first report was a road kill in Aurora,” said Steve Bloemer, wildlife...
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It’s the season

It’s the season

Editor’s Note: This column appeared in the Nov. 30, 2011 edition of the Greater Ashland Beacon. By Chris Erwin For the last couple weeks hunters across the state have been doing their best to outsmart a deer for both the table and a trophy. All indicators point to another record harvest. Once you bag...
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