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  • Hunter kills coyote in Parkton field during unusual daytime sighting

    Roy Neal was out hunting groundhogs on his neighbor's property on Dunk Freeland Road in Parkton midday on June 19 when he was surprised by a another animal. A coyote came out of woods into a field of soybeans 200 yards from where Neal was. "The coyote...
  • Bear season again met with opposition

    Bear season again met with opposition
    Dawn over Western Maryland will break differently Monday for the 260 hunters who won the lottery to participate in this year's annual bear hunt. The adrenaline will be high, the air thick with the anticipation of trying to become the first man, woman or...
  • Acre by acre, scientists work to rid Md. of nutria

    Acre by acre, scientists work to rid Md. of nutria
    — Judas 760 knew just where to swim last fall after federal trappers set him free: back to his home in the marshes of Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge, where other nutria lived. But true to his name, Judas betrayed members of his colony by...
  • As hunting season starts, shots fired reports abound in northern Harford

    The hunting season may be connected with what little crime there is in the Jarrettsville and Norrisville areas, where residents often report hearing shots fired. "It wouldn't be uncommon to hear a shot," David Seman, chairman of the Jarrettsville/...
  • Muzzleloader season closing for hunters, archers have deer to themselves

    Saturday is the end of the early muzzle-loading season for deer. The archers can have the deer hunting to themselves until regular firearms season opens on Saturday, Nov. 26. The season will be open on Sunday, Nov. 27 on private lands only. You still must...
  • Like everyone else, outdoors enthusiasts love to shop

    Like everyone else, outdoors enthusiasts love to shop
    The moment was 20 years in the making. That's how long Earl Geoghegan of Pasadena had tried talking his wife, Michelle, into buying a crossbow. . But there were the Geoghegans last Thursday morning waiting in line, like thousands of other local...
  • Outdoors: Firearms season open again this weekend

    If you didn't get your deer this year, or would still like to hunt, the firearms season re-opens Jan. 6 and 7. The same rules and regulations are in effect as in the earlier deer regular firearms season. There are still lots of deer, but most hunters...
  • Last northern goshawk in Maryland killed

    Last northern goshawk in Maryland killed
    Someone in Garrett County has shot and killed Maryland's most rare bird, the only known nesting northern goshawk. Natural Resources Police confirmed the death of the raptor, which is on the state's endangered species list. Without the female to protect...
  • Hunter shot by another; illegal hunting charges filed

    A hunter is in the hospital and four of his friends have been charged with multiple counts of illegal hunting after an incident Saturday afternoon just off a major thoroughfare in Prince George's County, Maryland Natural Resources Police reported. Roy A....
  • Loch Raven hiker says give me a hunter over a biker

    The recent letter by Anne Roberts ("Loch Raven needs rules, but not deer hunters" June 28) was mind boggling. Yes, of course, we need to abide by the rules in order to preserve our drinking water and for safety reasons. Regarding the survey of...
  • 'Green' designs highlight the work of local architect

    It's not easy being green. Well, yes it is. Especially if you are local architect Andre Fontaine whose design work in recent years has earned him environmental kudos along with an armload of design awards and recognition. Seems hard to believe that it...
  • Joseph L. Radebaugh Sr., florist, dies

    Joseph L. Radebaugh Sr., florist, dies
    Joseph L. Radebaugh Sr., an owner of a family-owned florist and greenhouse business who served customers for more than 65 years, died of congestive heart failure July 3 at his Towson home. He was 88. Mr. Radebaugh was born on a family farm at Stevenson...