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OUTDOORS RADIO Vol.10 Issue s2012

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Vol. 10 Issue S1012 21 MARCH 2015
Fields & Stream, Outdoor Life - Deer & Turkey Expo, April 10-12, Madison WI

OUTDOORS RADIO - 21 MARCH 2015 - SHOW 1012  How to choose a crossbow to fit your needs and budget. Expert advice for managing wildlife habitat and removing invasive species. Big Game Hunter Expo coming to Kalahari Resort March 27-28. Ice fishing season winds down on the Madison Chain. Jeff heads north to Rhinelander for one last ice-fishing outing. Dan reports on Canoecopia and announces the Mercer Can-Yak Fishing Tournament, Sept. 4-6.  - Dan Small

ThisWeek's Contest Line: 2 Great Contests !!This Week's Giveaway: Four tickets to the Field & Stream/Outdoor Life Wisconsin Deer & Turkey Expo, April 10-12 at the Alliant Energy Center in Madison. To enter, call 414-297-7554 or email Leave your name and phone number and mention the Deer & Turkey Expo giveaway.

New Spring Giveaway: Niagara Falls Fishing Adventure.
Guided fishing for two on the famed Lower Niagara River with Jiggin’ Jake’s Charters of Youngstown, NY | Two-nights stay at Barton Hill Hotel & Spa in Lewiston | Passes to see all the Niagara Falls attractions | Shimano rod & reel package | To enter the drawing - visit or call 877-FALLS-US and ask for a free fish map. That’s all there is to it!


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OUTDOORS RADIO Poll S1012, 'selling naming rights to State Parks' ?Cathy Stepp tells panel DNR may sell naming rights to state parks

DNR Secretary Cathy Stepp told the Wisconsin State Legislature Joint Finance Committee that the state will consider selling naming rights to state parks to help the parks operate without tax support, as proposed in Gov. Walker's biennial budget.

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Special Guests, OUTDOORS RADIO w/ Dan Small, Show S1012
BARB TERRY | Customer-relations specialist with Ten Point Crossbows addresses the myths and realities of crossbow hunting and offers advice for hunters looking to buy a crossbow

ERIC SCHLENDER | CEO of EC3 Group and Wildland Management talks about his company’s services that enhance wildlife habitat through CRP and food plot installation, forestry mowing, prescribed burning, wetlands restoration and more 

SCOTT McCONNELL | Vice president of SCI Badgerland Chapter preview’s next weekend’s Big Game Hunter Expo at Kalahari Resort in Wisconsin Dells 

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BRIAN MOE | Avid ice angler reports ice conditions have deteriorated on the Madison lakes and it’s time to put away the ice-fishing gear and start thinking about open-water fishing 

NewsPic1- avian transport of deer tick
 Birds Identified as Hosts of Lyme Disease 

This feature appeared in the March 13 Outdoor Wire and Birding Wire:

Birds are more important than previously recognized as hosts for Lyme disease-causing bacteria, according to a recent study published in the journal PLOS ONE.

The bacterium Borrelia burgdorferi, which is responsible for Lyme disease, was known to be carried by white-footed mice, wood rats, western gray squirrels, and other small mammals, but fewer studies have looked at the role of birds as reservoirs.

"The role of birds in the maintenance of Lyme disease bacteria in California is poorly understood," said lead author Erica Newman, a UC Berkeley PhD student. "This is the most extensive study of the role of birds in Lyme disease ecology in the western United States, and the first to consider the diversity of bird species, their behaviors, and their habitats in identifying which birds are truly the most important as carriers."


NewsPic#2 - MacKenzie Center's annual Maple Syrup Festival
NEWS #2 MacKenzie Center's Annual Maple Syrup Festival April 4

POYNETTE, Wis. - People can see demonstrations of how to tap a maple tree for sap and how to make syrup, and take guided tours of the sugar bush at the MacKenzie Center's annual Maple Syrup Festival on April 4.

The festival also includes interpretive talks about how Native Americans and pioneers made maple sugar and syrup compared to the current methods used in at the MacKenzie sugar bush. This year representatives from the Ho-Chunk Nation will attend to share their maple syrup traditions.

The festival runs from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the MacKenzie Center near Poynette. Maple Syrup Festival is hosted by the Friends of MacKenzie and the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources.


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