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Latest Show - Air Date 09-06-2012
Host Clark Gordin, Foundation for MS Wildlife, Fisheries, & Parks Executive Director. Lt. Randy Newell discusses opening day of dove season and how to sign up for hunter ed classes; Habitat Program Coordinator John Gruchy discusses Fire on the Forty, Longleaf Restoration in Southeast MS, bobwhite quail ; Fisheries Biologist John Skains discusses fish kills, fishing reports, and fishing opportunities across the state; update from Natchez State Park; and an update from the Museum of Natural Science. Length 42 Min.
Air Date 08-30-2012
Host Chad Dacus, Wildlife Bureau Asst. Director. Alligator Program Coordinator Ricky Flynt discusses the upcoming alligator season; Fisheries Coordinator Dennis Riecke discusses what causes fish kills, what to do if you notice a fish kill, and fall pond management activities; Lt. Randy Newell discusses hunters ed class schedules and information about the MDWFP Special Response Team's involvement during Hurricane Isaac; update from J.P. Coleman State Park; and an update from the Museum of Natural Science. Length 42 Min.
Air Date 08-23-2012
Host Chad Dacus, Wildlife Bureau Asst. Director. Waterfowl Biologist James Callicutt discusses waterfowl seasons, early season waterfowl hunting opportunities, WMA and private lands dove fields; Asst. Fisheries Bureau Director Larry Pugh discusses Pacu caught in Steel Bayou, Outdoorama on the Rez, pond management workshops, and upcoming fishing rodeos; Lt. Randy Newell discusses legal dove fields and hunter ed classes; update from Legion State Park; and an update from Museum of Natural Science. Length 42 Min.