- Updated: 12 June 2012
- Published: 26 March 2012
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It is that time of year again when more of us will begin spending even more time in the outdoors. Please be careful, watch your step for loose rocks; slick banks, poison ivy and oak; those sneaky snakes; bee hives and other things that can ruin your day a field. Click read more below...
When we are not bothered by something recently we soon forget and get lax. Well before it happens again this spring let me remind you, pull your bird feeders; stop feeding your pets outside; keep your trash inside and secure until you take it to the dumpster and don’t set it curb side until the last minute. These little tips will help prevent a visit by those curious spring bears. These tips can help from becoming a victim to bear damage and more so keep the bears from being destroyed for doing what they do, find food and eat. For more tips go to www.dgif.virginia.gov/comment or talk to your local Conservation Police Officer or Game Biologist.
Don’t forget that April 7th is Heritage Day and also youth Spring Gobbler Day. Regular Spring Gobbler starts on April 14th. Good luck; be safe and……
I’ll see you on the range or in the woods.