21 Burst results for "Fish Department"

"fish department" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio

Northwest Newsradio

02:50 min | 5 d ago

"fish department" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio

"Of parents or guardians and its advancing rapidly through the state legislature. Arizona's game and fish department looking for a coyote that it says is attacked two toddlers in the Scottsdale area. ABC's Alex stone has the story. In one case, a young boy and his mom were walking up their driveway, heard on a ring doorbell camera, the boy behind his mom, when a coyote silently runs up out of the bushes and bites. Oh my God. There have been two attacks on toddlers, both had minor injuries, the offending coyote is described as large and healthy Arizona's game and fish is asking anyone in the area to report coyote sightings so they can track it down. They think it was illegally fed in the past and it's not afraid of humans. Alex stone, ABC News. An urgent warning from the CDC today about a recalled eye drop, at least three people have died, 8 have gone blind, and four have had an eye surgically removed. Ten brands have been recalled in recent months, but most of the cases have been linked to Ezra care and dulce farmers artificial tears, both made by India based global pharma. Definitely check your medicine cabinet to see if you might have any of these products that are in your home. And if you do discarded them right away. There's no suing global pharma. She's unstable right now walking is difficult for her. The 68 year old grandmother used Ezra care for 9 months while she battled an aggressive infection that the doctors had trouble treating with antibiotics. Lana says they were forced to remove the eye to keep the bacteria from spreading. How was your life changed with your family or with work? 1000%? Yes. But with poor vision in her remaining eye, she's now legally blind. She told us she had to learn how to walk all over again after the initial recall global pharma said that they asked wholesalers retailers and customers to immediately stop use of that recalled product. And that report from ABC's Victor akindo. Today is world tuberculosis day, TB cases in the U.S. are climbing back to pre-pandemic levels according to a new report from the CDC. The bureau's numbers show a 20% drop in cases in 2020, but national numbers have rebounded over the last two years, worldwide some 1.5 million people die of tuberculosis annually. Pennsylvania senator John fetterman is expected to return to work soon after being hospitalized for post stroke depression the first term Democrats office saying yesterday that fetterman's return to Capitol Hill would be at least more than a week away, but did not provide a definite timeline. The 53 year old lawmaker checked himself into Walter Reed national military medical center on February 15th when he started feeling depressed, which is common among stroke victims. Northwest news time two 50. Check on

"fish department" Discussed on The EntreLeadership Podcast

The EntreLeadership Podcast

05:35 min | 2 weeks ago

"fish department" Discussed on The EntreLeadership Podcast

"Hey. So my question is, so I work for the government, state government. And I just kind of I'm a middle manager. And I was just kind of wanting some advice on how to treat that business. Like my own, but it's not mine. And so kind of how do you treat someone else's business like your own? And I thought it would be a good one to ask for that. Okay, I'll give it a shot. It'd be a lot easier for me to answer that in my head if it wasn't the government, but we'll still try to try to think it through here. I think it comes down to the, you know, you're attitude, the way you're leaning in, the way you're viewing it, we're gonna trade each decision like I own the place. And there are several pieces of literature out there that indicate that that's going to cause you to be excellent at your position. It's going to cause you to be noticed by not only your current employer, but by also possible future employers that might steal you because you're so stinking valuable and adding value. Now, one of the pieces of literature is Seth godin, one of the best marketing minds on the planet is a friend of mine. He says to me, his favorite book ever wrote was not about marketing. It was about your question. It's called linchpin. And if you know what a linchpin is, if you've ever messed around out in the country where the tractor or a piece of construction equipment, it's the pin that drops through and it usually has a little clip on it that flips around, holds it in place. And it's the thing that allows you to tow something. It allows something to work that otherwise wouldn't work. And so without the linchpin and everything doesn't function the way it's supposed to. So you need to become a lynchpin is the essence the thesis of his whole book. And it's worth reading because it's about managing up. Is what it's all about. The second person that talks about that a lot is another good friend, rabbi Daniel lappin, who wrote the book thou shall prosper where he talks about reasons that people in the Jewish community have prospered over the scope of time. Inordinately, prospered. And one of the things is they view themselves as self employed wherever they are. If I work for someone else, I'm self employed with one customer. The company I work for. And I need to make that customer happy. I need to provide customer service. I need to add value to that customer's life to their business to an ROI. And so in that sense, if you're self employed here, one way of looking at it, one way of being a linchpin, one way of adopting that very positive Jewish mindset is to say, okay, I'm going to treat this place like I own it. I'm going to treat it like I'm self employed. I'm going to treat it like I'm a linchpin, and if I don't do everything that I'm supposed to do with excellence, and if I don't assist people laterally, up the chain of command down the chain of command, do their jobs better. If I don't help everyone around me, look better because of my excellence and because of my assistance because I'm adding value, then I've not performed as a linchpin, and I've not treated this place like I own it. So around here at Ramsey, one of our core values is that we want our team members to adopt the idea that we're all self employed. And we use all kinds of illustrations for that. If you were self employed and you're walking through the parking lot and there was a piece of paper trash, a potato chip bag laying next to a car, you would stop and pick it up and throw it away. If you own the building and you own the company, if you are an employee mindset, you'd walk past and go, gosh. Hope maintenance sees that. Right? Yeah, I understand. Yeah. And so that's what you're looking for here. And obviously that's beyond your job description, but when you're self employed, it's not beyond your job description because everything is your job. My job is to make sure this organization accomplishes its goals has a vision moves forward and with excellence in every freaking detail. And I'm going to pound it until it does that. And so if you own it, that's what you would be doing. And it's a little harder emotionally to get your head around that if we're talking about owning the state, but. You can look at just the organization that you're within. Whatever the, I guess, the department that you're within. The area, and you say, all right, all the way up to the governor, and all the way down to the entry level position in this department, the game and fish department, or whatever it is I'm in, I'm going to do everything I can to help everyone involved as if I owned the places. If I ran the whole thing, I'm not going to overstep my bounds. I can't go bossing somebody around that I'm not in charge of, but I'm going to help everybody be better. I'm going to serve and I'm going to bring an eye of excellence at an eye of caring, meaning I care. I guess that's the big difference is when you own the place you care. When you don't own the place, emotionally, you don't care. And you go, gosh, I wish somebody would figure that out. Instead, you go, God, I got to fix this. This is not okay. And so does that make any sense? That's the only way I know how to get at this. It makes perfect sense, yeah. What department are you in at your state?

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"fish department" Discussed on Game of Crimes

Game of Crimes

04:26 min | 4 months ago

"fish department" Discussed on Game of Crimes

"The first one comes from one of our buddy Steven, not Seagal Siegel that Stevens, Steven Seagal, but this is Steven not Seagal Siegel. Steve, I don't know if you know this. What's our number one rule on here? Don't do math. Police in Arizona made one of the strangest public service announcement in law enforcement history this week. The patent police department population 15,297. We'd like to take this opportunity to encourage the public not to use methamphetamine or YouTube may find yourself illegally purchasing a wild owl for $100 in the middle of the night from strangers at a local gas station. This is true. They said this on a Facebook post. Why? So officers conducting a traffic stop early Wednesday found a young owl next to the driver. The man apparently had done exactly what the above PSA says not to do when offered a wild bird. Place ended up booking the driver on multiple counts, including aggravated DUI, possession of methamphetamine possession, transport purchase of wildlife, the owl had minor injuries, was turned over to the Arizona game and fish department. While the announcement was good for life, it had a service point. It's illegal to possess transport by or sell wildlife unless expressly permitted by the statutes. And look, anytime you're on meth, nothing good happens. I don't know what shit. What else do you put buying a wild Elle for a hundred bucks in the middle of the night? Way to go, bud. Did you say aggravated DUI? Aggravated DUI. He must have made the cops, man. Dang, I've never heard of that one. Must be like his third time or driving stupidly. I don't know. Aggravated DUI. I guess that's where you pissed the cops off. That's true. Well, here's something that might aggravate you. Especially I don't know if this would aggravate you or not, but this occurred in Springfield, Missouri. All right. Now, this dude wanted to prove a point to his lover. During an argument, so he robbed a Bank of America. Now, you might ask, why is that? Newsworthy. Well, Michael Lloyd entered the Springfield bank wearing a gray cutoff T-shirt, blue gym shorts, and one orange shoe at 1130 a.m. local Wednesday time. You can already see this is going downhill.

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"fish department" Discussed on Animal Radio

Animal Radio

07:22 min | 6 months ago

"fish department" Discussed on Animal Radio

"Do you have a home that you don't want anymore? We can buy it from you within 24 hours. Any home size or condition for over 20 years we've been buying homes for cash and helping homeowners sell their homes immediately, with no listings or strangers walking through your home. Are you moving? Did you lose your job? Going through a divorce. Whatever the reason if you're in a bind and you know that you need to sell your house fast, call the expert team at I need to sell my house fast. We'll make you a serious cash offer to buy your home in 24 hours and let you walk away from it. No listing, no waiting. Sell any home any size any condition now. Call the expert team at I need to sell my house fast. Make this free call now. 804 7 8 6 O 8 four 804 7 8 6 O 8 four 804 7 8 6 zero 8 four that's 804 7 8 60 84. Hi, this is doctor Paul on incredible radio. Is that what it is? Animal radio. Okay, I'm sorry. Hello, this is doctor Paul. Animal radio. Take care of pets. And make sure that in these hot days that they kept in lots of water and don't die them outside in the sun because then Cate stroke. This is an animal radio news update. I'm Stacy Cohen for animal radio. An alligator was found in a supermarket parking lot on New York's Long Island just a day after another gator was discovered in the same lot. It was a three to four foot long alligator, and it was in the pathmark parking lot. They found it on a Wednesday on a Tuesday, a two to three foot gator was found in the same spot. The reptiles were captured, they were turned over to Nassau county emergency services unit. They were sent to a reptile sanctuary in Florida, and there are reports that authorities believe that somebody dumped it there. Gee, I wonder how they figured that one out. This was the third alligator sighting on Long Island in less than a week. Last Friday and alligator was found crawling on the front lawn of a mistake beach home. Broward county authorities say the winner of a roach eating contest died shortly after eating dozens of roaches and worms. Several contestants ate insects to win a python that was a grand prize of the contest at Ben Siegel reptile store in Deerfield Beach. The Broward county sheriff's office says the winner of the challenge 32 year old Edward Archibald became sick right after he collapsed in front of the store. He was taken to the hospital where he was pronounced dead. The sheriff's office said Monday was waiting for an autopsy report to determine the cause of death, no other contestants became sick after that contest. You know, you can eat cockroaches, they're safe. They're on the FDA list. You can eat a cockroach. You know, you one of them, as long as they are raised in a controlled environment, like a laboratory, but the kind that are just around people's houses, eating all the crap that from sewage or whatever, you can't eat those. So who knows maybe one of the bad cockroaches got in there? I don't know. If it's an FDA cockroach, you can eat it. A hungry orphan black bear, a cub entered in Arizona home and it ain't chocolate cake before it was discovered by the homeowners. It was sent to a local zoo now, according to wildlife officials, they called 2012 a difficult one for southeast Arizona bears due to wildfires and drought. Arizona game and fish department went on this call and this black bear was inside the home. It's a sonata area home, and the homeowners awoke they found this bear cub had entered their home through an open kitchen window they ate it this bear ate some chocolate cake. It's just like the story of the three bears. It didn't get to lay down and try a chair out as far as we know, but it was their stuff in its mouth with chocolate cake. The Arizona game and fish removed the cub. They transferred it to the heritage park zoo in Prescott, since the tub is too young to fend for itself in the wild. It's expected to become part of a future zoo exhibit. Arizona has an estimated 2500 black bears. That's the only bear species that's found in the state. You know what? If you're going to go in a home and eat something, you might as well eat chocolate cake. What else could you want? I'm Stacy Cohen, get more animal breaking news at animal radio dot com. This has been an animal radio news update. Get more at animal radio dot com. Alan cable, here's today's scam watch. A lot of folks are going into the Internet to find themselves puppies. Folks like Don who lost one of her dogs. I'm Thanksgiving. So she went online to find a new puppy. Came upon best friend husky dot com. She read all the testimonials on the website and felt comfortable with it. All of them said they would come back again and get another husky. She picked out one of the puppies and sent the breeder in Minnesota 500 bucks. But did the dog arrive? No. She sent another $905 that was supposed to be for a special heated crate. I finally realized that this is for sure a scam. The website was taken down and she never heard from the breeder again. Thousands of people a year who just want to get a new puppy or getting ripped off. We get tens of thousands of complaints on this. I would never get a puppy sight unseen. Many times the pet you've fallen in love with online doesn't even exist. It's just a picture off the Internet. Dawn got herself a new puppy, but she also got scammed. He's an evil man. This is animal radio. Hi. This is park overall. I am the thrill of the best animal radio. Play. Stay in new to your animals. Please. You're listening to animal radio, call the Dream Team now with the free animal radio app for iPhone and Android. It's animal radio. The phone's ringing off the hook. And Dan is on the phone for Alan. I got to hit that button there. I'm sorry about that. Hey Dan, how are you doing? Oh, I'm doing just great. I got Allen right here. What's on your mind? Well, first of all, I want to tell you, I just absolutely love the show. Well, thanks. Really especially like Vinny and his responsibility stuff. I have a bit of lifelong horse and dog owner and my first career for the most of my life was as a horseshoe. But I've been driving a semi for a number of years now and I wanted to respond to the truck driver who was asking about a breed. Oh yeah. I think if you look around, you'll see an awful lot of miniature schnauzers and the big trucks. Why is that? Well, when I first started driving truck, I didn't have a dog for a while. I'd always had cow dogs and bird dogs and their medium to large dogs. And it's kind of invisible. First couple of years, not have a dog, but I looked around and niches now, there's work, absolutely, one of the most popular breeds, and I can see why now. I went to the main society and on the bulletin board, there was a one year old male thousand. Listed for sale. And I went and body his name is his name is Fritz, and of course I've always taken my dogs to work with me. And

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"fish department" Discussed on Seek Outside Podcast

Seek Outside Podcast

05:42 min | 9 months ago

"fish department" Discussed on Seek Outside Podcast

"Wyoming game and fish department, there's a fee on that that can be used for public access. And they have the ability as part of that to buy easements across private land to make public lands accessible and I sure would, you know, we've asked them and we've looked at other states. How can we help them pull together digital databases so this information is easy to find, right? And people know where they can and can not go. But it hasn't happened yet. Well, hopefully, well, I just want to say seek outside, we thank you for all your hard work on getting this past because it's just the cool thing. There's so many so it's just going to make access easier. I mean, I think what you said about maybe now there's going to be that one road into that specific drainage that you just can't get into any other way. That's going to be just as value, but even though it was already public and accessible, I think it's still and the big thing here is hopefully it'll help spread people out a little bit more. With all the overcrowding on public lands. So definitely props to TRC and everybody else that was involved. Definitely a win for public land. That's for sure. Yeah, go ahead. Yeah. Yeah, absolutely. And I think, especially early on, when this information starts to trickle out, those who are on top of it are probably going to have opportunities to go to places where there isn't any crowding before the rest of society catches on. So take advantage of it before everybody else figures it out. But I also think if you do find a circumstance where a landowner has posted. A public road illegally, I would recommend that you contact your game warden as well as the local agency to talk to them about it before trying to cross that.

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"fish department" Discussed on Planet Mikey

Planet Mikey

03:59 min | 1 year ago

"fish department" Discussed on Planet Mikey

"You can come back anytime. Anytime you don't tell me that 'cause I'll just show up. Well, that's all right. Because I not know where you are and where this place is. I'll just show up. And we do this at the amazing pillow island studios here. And it's a quality that notice the sound quality is perfect. That's spinny did that. I caught a sound like Gary tank. That's right, I can make you sound like Gary. We record all kinds of music here too as well. And in fact, Joe and Jerry come by every single week and do our closing number for us. And the quality of that is just amazing. It sounds like it was recorded in Abbey Road or something. Studio two, you know? Yeah. So everybody hired Greg Dickerson. He's worth it. Even if it's not in broadcasting, I'll take it. Whatever it is. Shaw's market basket, whatever? Chars. They're hiring. I've always mentioned Shaw's is Joe when he does. Would you be willing to work in the deli department? I would. Okay. I used to work in the fish department at stop and shop back in the day. All right, so we do have some experience. Thank you very much. I used to steal the used to steal the lobster. Don't say that part in the interview. That's right. I don't know what that looks like. That was like 30 years ago. Yeah, but past the statue of limitation. He did it once. He'll do it again. That son of a bitch. You're listening to the crustacean station, where we teach you how to steal lobsters and wet your whistle on this.

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"fish department" Discussed on The Economist: The Intelligence

The Economist: The Intelligence

05:35 min | 1 year ago

"fish department" Discussed on The Economist: The Intelligence

"Picture a sizzling steak on the grill. Aaron Braun is our mountain west correspondent. You're outside you're in Wyoming somewhere. And you're cooking lists to go with a lovely meal that you're preparing. It's costing you pretty much nothing. It has a zero carbon footprint. And it was relatively easy to put together. I'm sensing there's going to be a catch with us. Well, it might be free, but you might need a paint job on your cars from bumper because the meal is actually a deer that you hit while driving on the road earlier in the day. So in Wyoming, this scene that we've painted actually would have been illegal until last month. And what's changed? Why is this free easy meal legal now? Well, last year, the state legislature in Wyoming passed a law saying that it would become legal to harvest roadkill, either to eat it or to salvage a deer's antlers, for example, but it took most of last year to kind of write the regulation. And those regulations only went into effect in January. And what that means is a Wyoming guy can be driving down the road and if unfortunately they hit an animal or they happen upon it on the side of the road, they can report it to the local game and fish department and then collect it and take it home with them. And not everything is fair game. They can't take grizzly bears or gray wolves and they can't take endangered species. But mule deer and moose and Elk, those are fair game. And why is it that authorities have changed the rule on this in the first place? The law has a couple of benefits. The first one is kind of obvious roadkill is a source of fresh meat for poor rural communities that might not otherwise be able to afford it. And it's kind of interesting some environmental groups like PETA for one. Actually argue that eating roadkill is healthier and more ethical than buying meat, raised for slaughter that might be chuck full of a bunch of hormones. And then there's a couple of reasons specific to Wyoming that make the law beneficial. The first is that allowing residents themselves to get roadkill off the street can cut down on the time that the animals spend on the side of the road and that might be a safety hazard. States like Wyoming or neighboring states like Montana, highways are a long. It takes hours and hours to cross the state, so officials might not get to that animal for a day or more. And then there's one more big benefit with respect to the data that the game and fish department is collecting from the program. And what benefit is that? Wyoming's game and fish department thinks that there are about 6000 collisions between vehicles and big game each year. And that makes up about 15% of all car crashes in the state and it's similar in other states as well. And because Wyoming nights have to report the location of the roadkill before they can take it home with them, that gives officials all kinds of data on where car crashes between cars and big game. Most often happen. And then they can help the state figure out how they're going to address that, whether it's maybe building a highway overpass, putting up fences or even just putting up wildlife crossing signs in the area. It all sounds fairly win win, except for the game in question, I suppose, are there any drawbacks to this? There are a few there are some things that folks are worried about the concern that I came across most often was from environmentalists who are worried that hunters might use the law as an excuse to take more animals than they otherwise would or to hunt something that they're not permitted to hunt. And then others worry about Wyoming, ending up eating rancid meat that they should not have. And I asked the game and fish department about these worries and in true Wyoming fashion, they said, you know, it's on the onus of the person collecting the roadkill to decide if they want to eat it or not. But Wyoming is by no means the first state to enact one of these laws, at least 20 other states have some kind of roadkill salvage program. And for those who are intrigued by the prospect, there are cookbooks offering myriad ways to serve up roadkill. Do you find yourself tempted? Do you want some squashed meat? I do find myself tempted. I think if a nice friendly Wyoming I offered me up some venison, I would jump at the champ. Erin, thank you very much for your time. Thanks for having me, Jason. That's all for this episode of the intelligence. If you like us, leave us a rating and a review, and you can subscribe to The Economist at economist dot com slash intelligence offer. The link is in the show notes. See if I hear tomorrow..

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"fish department" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:53 min | 1 year ago

"fish department" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"That down. He knows what to do so It's Just to see that today definitely brought smile. Smile to my face for sure. Cardinals home opener Sunday at State Farm Stadium against the Vikings, who lost in overtime to Cincinnati. Kick off around 105. You can hear the game on 98 7 FM Arizona Sports station Jump cross K to OUR NEWS Arizona votes, the Republican America County recorder tells Ktrs think tank. He's afraid the Republican led Maricopa County audit is doing much more harm than good. I think it has further undermined confidence in the election by making additional wild allegations that were unproven, and Stephen Richer worries that will lead voters, especially Republicans to feel their vote won't matter and not cast a ballot. People have been whipped up into a frenzy. It's not Healthy. It's alarming. I'm really hopeful that once the cyber Ninjas producer report, we can return to some semblance of normalcy. Maricopa County already conducted an audit of the 2020 vote and found no fraud and no discrepancies. Deborah Dale, Katya our news. There are more than 800 species of wildlife in Arizona, and here is how to protect yourself. Rosie Romero at the rosy on the House show share some advice he learned from the Arizona Game and Fish Department. But what to do if you see wildlife in your backyard and Uber hood like heard of Have Alina or Coyote We've seen headlines recently have Actually people getting hurt and injured by wildlife. Don't overreact. Don't panic Stand still look big and walk slowly away, Romero says. You should enjoy wildlife. But don't do anything foolish. Julie 11 K to our news. Recreational marijuana use in Arizona is bringing in big bucks to the state. More than $775 million worth of marijuana has been sold since the start of the year, bringing in a nice chunk of change. Change in taxes. All of those Together have equaled $115 million in tax collection so far through July, 31st Samuel Richard with the Arizona Dispensaries Association, says around $50 Million of that will go to infrastructure, community colleges and social and behavioral health programs in the state. Taylor Tesler Key to our news, U. S News and World reports, annual ranking of colleges and universities is out. So how are Arizona schools represented? Anita and Orion has the numbers. We have the University of Arizona coming in a tie at number one of three Arizona State University coming out a tie at 117 and Northern Arizona University. Coming in at a tie at 2 88. The overall ranking combines things like graduation rates, student debt class size and more. To rank the schools. A shoe came in at number one in the peer nominated innovation category. Coming up President Biden calling for a pay increase for firefighters that's on the way but first Get an update on traffic.

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"fish department" Discussed on 550 KFYI

550 KFYI

06:40 min | 1 year ago

"fish department" Discussed on 550 KFYI

"How cool is Rob Hunter? Yes. If you can interview me about wildlife for tomorrow, which I sit on the board of directors, so here's Rob Hunter Brew Man style. Talking about wildlife for tomorrow. It's an organization that helps kids get into the outdoors. And my main man, Mike Russell is on the board of Wildlife for tomorrow. We want to know what it is today on the bromance podcast and radio show. Thank you for being with us. My name is Rob Hunter, joined by the board member himself, Mike Castle, Mike. We always grab a beer because we like to bring people together. For well crafted conversation over a drink or two. Or maybe sometimes three. What are you drinking today? Because we're doing different things. I'm going with Pete Support Brewing's, uh, chronic ale. This an Amber ale. And that's why they're they're showing that if you're checking that out on the video there, so it was more of a Heywood beer do you want to have is the beer of the week and we forgot, And so we talked to each other a bit before the show and said, Well, whatever's in the fridge, and so each of us have whatever's in the fridge. What was in your fridge man? Elyssa Gondo Brewing Company's The 105 I P. A California, which is great, because it always makes me think of a tribe called Quest because they had a song back in the day called I left My Wallet in El Segundo. Okay. All right, well, yeah, the one Oh, five in fantastically awful freeway. And you know, being from California and have driven all of those freeways. Let me tell you something. There's nothing pretty about the one. Oh, five. There's just accept here in California. Good weather, and you know you want to roll down the windows, but you're going to choke on everyone else. Exhaust because you're sitting in dead stop traffic the whole time. So yeah, it isn't. It doesn't matter. It's so awful. Yeah, it's just it's terrible to one on one. All those l A freeways are just It's no fun at all. I remember driving to l A from Phoenix at one point a couple of years ago, and I'm you know, make good time all the way through Phoenix. You get in the past Indio through Palm Springs and you get up in the L A and Google maps is like we have found a faster route. Would you like to take it? Yes. Two minutes later, we found a faster route. Yes. So you can weaving through all these freeways, including the one in five of the 7 10, which I think is over by the one. Oh, five somewhere, And I'm like I have no idea where I am. But Google match knows where I am. I trust in Google Maps You show up. Did you really old days where we had to print out the map quest, and then you're just hosed. You're like I'm at the mercy of a software program is nothing. There was nothing about traffic. Now we got ways never got apple. They kind of keep you posted on what's going on. They'll tell you where a red light is. It's just nuts. It's a great time to be alive. Damn it! It certainly is. It is speaking of because we mentioned that you're on a board. You were a board member. You are adult into the finest now for an organization called wildlife for tomorrow, so Number one. What is your board position and then number two. What exactly is wildlife for tomorrow? Because the way I look at it, Wildlife, obviously. Okay, I'm thinking animals. I'm thinking. All right. Cool for tomorrow. I'm like there's something do with the future here. Is that accurate? Yes, it is. Everything is accurate Position on the board is just simply director. So I'm one of the I believe nine directors that on the board and they're expanding the board. Hopefully, he gets about 15. And just have just a diverse base and just opinions from all around. Um, while it for tomorrow is the five Oh one c three fundraising arm for Arizona Game and Fish department. Not a lot of people know that every game and Fish department or Department of conservation. They have different names throughout the nation. They don't receive a dollar from the General tax fund. None. But there are government agency so they're funded through license sales tag sales finds donations and the like. And then something called Pittman Robertson Act, which we call PR dollars. Which is an excise tax that goes on to all of your ammunition, firearms, hunting equipment, fishing equipment in the lake, and then that's divvied up amongst the states, and they get to use that to fund their conservation efforts usually falls short and really what they want to do, Because here in Arizona, there's over 820 species of animal that are managed by game and fish. Wow, about 60 of those are game species. Oh, interesting. So game species is what you can go harvest Go hunt. Correct. Ok, so it was 800. How many 800 Something 20 ish 8 20? Yeah. So that's the diversity of Arizona, right? You think of Arizona. We always say that hot like the Arizona Summer A rapper Most def, says that one of the songs I'm like, Yeah, but that's only partially true. It's only true in southern Arizona. Because Arizona if you if you're not aware, massive state as far as landmass coz, but also elevation, So if you go north to Flagstaff, it looks like New England. It's very mountainous, like Vermont or New Hampshire. Snow on tops of the mountains, sometimes in August. It's bunkers up there how different it is from two hours south in Phoenix, where we live, and with that comes a different species, different animals. So you're gonna have elk up there. You're going to have all kinds of different forest type wildlife. Whereas here in the desert Yeah, we have some deer probably running around, but we also have rattlesnakes and scorpions. So you go from all ends of the spectrum in the state of Arizona, because I think Mike, you said before we are one of the most ecologically diverse states when it comes to Animal life. We are the most biodiverse state. I'm sorry. The most non coastal biodiverse state in the nation. How about we don't we don't get the count like the coast like California gets to count all of the fish and the Pacific Ocean. As part of their ecosystem. We don't have that so non coastal states. We are the most biodiverse. So they have a big task in managing all of these species of animal and not all the funding. You would think that they have. They aren't the government government where they just really don't run out of money. So, um, where they just kick the can and keep borrowing money. That's not it's not what they can do so they have no organization like wildlife. For tomorrow that helps fund a lot of their efforts. A lot of their efforts are outreach. And you know it basically getting people into the outdoor world. Now, why would you want to get people into the outdoor world, especially new people? The reason for that is funding. One them buying the ammunition. The guns. Do you want them buying the fishing equipment? The hunting women? You want them buying those Pittman Robertson items that have that 11% excise tax on it to keep funding for conservation. Over and over year after year after year..

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"fish department" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

06:46 min | 1 year ago

"fish department" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"With our 2022 calendar and we'll be sending those out here shortly. We got to request this week to send the Uh, the Senate calendar to Akron, Ohio. I love it. Glad to hear it. Zips don't know that a lot of our landscape and gardening talking points on line up, But there's a lot of similar things in the home. That will so doesn't matter where you live. We'll include you on the mailing list. A lot of you. Lester's always curious about how we come up with the topics and it's generally from feedback from y'all. Uh questions and inquiries we get all week long at the office. And on the Internet and we knew pets. We're going to be a focus in this particular month. And Jennifer was walking in the neighborhood recently and actually had to chase a bobcat out of the neighbor's yard and our dogs were in the backyard, barking their heads off. And I thought there must be somebody back there that in that bars and that alley this time of night, That's that's a troublemaker. So I went out with my, you know, full force aggressive attitude on and light. And Was face to face with about eight to have a lien and the man everybody was having a fit. And then the other morning I'm down on my hands and knees. In the vegetable garden and I spot My first cantaloupe. On the cantaloupe. Fine. I have growing vertical. So I reach in there and I lift the leaf to observe this cantaloupe and I'm face to face with a four ft snake. I don't know who jumped hired me the state because I didn't stick around. I didn't stick around long enough. But when I'm looking for a catalog, and I left to leave, and all I see is is Big viper shape face, Jeremy, I think. Hey, we're gonna We're gonna We're gonna get somebody from Arizona game and fish and let's talk about, uh, What wildlife encounters in your backyard. So I have enough friends, the Arizona game and fish. I said, I want the best person on the entire state staff to talk about this and everybody directed me to Amy Burnett, who's joining us this morning, Miss Amy, Thank you so much. For coming on, rose. Oh, now, so let's talk about what morning? What kind of phone calls of y'all getting at the department about wildlife encounters. I've seen some horrifying Headlines of actual injuries and hospitalizations and dogs being rushed to the emergency vet facilities. What do y'all dealing with right now? You know, we get all types. You'd be surprised. I get the emails of all the incidents that come through, and some of them are hilarious. Some of them would make good late tonight TV and some of her downright scary and someone more tragic. You know whether it's you know someone's dog or cat or someone that has a really, You know, scary experience. We we take everything we listen and we You know, give advice and mostly, what I like to do is is tell people why things are there. There's always a reason. So you know, Rosie, you're talking about finding a snake in your backyard or seeing some have Alina's thought. You know, around your neighborhood. There's always a reason animals are there. It's not a coincidence. When someone throws something on Facebook, saying, I can't believe I thought Bobcat in my backyard, they might not be able to believe it can take one. Look at that backyard and say, Well, here's why it's there is always a reason. So yeah, maybe we can answer some questions for people today and talk about what people can do to stay safe. If y'all have a question that you'd like to ask Amy feel free to give us a ring at one Triple eight 767 43 48, My wife, sweet Jennifer will pick up the line and we'll find out where you're calling from and what your wildlife encounter is, you know we get a lot of questions about birds of prey at this time of year. We see a lot of hawks moving in. We had six Harris Hawks moving our backyard and now they've actually moved a half a block away and they're living in someone else's backyard. But Amy, what are y'all? What? And you know, I'd like to just before you answer that. I'd like to give a little tip of the hat. To the game and Fish Department listeners. Do y'all realize that our Arizona Game and Fish Department manages over 800 species of wildlife in the state of Arizona? We have such a diverse terrain and habitat and broad spectrum of species. Um uh, yeah, that's a big job, Amy. I just hats off to the department for his greater job as you all do. Well on behalf of the department. Thank you very much, and I just have to stay. You know, it's a It's an honor to work with such talented individuals. I mean, you you don't see them, Um you know they're behind desks. Right now. We're a lot of us are behind desks at home. But the subject matter experts expertise that is within the department. It's just amazing. I mean, there's You've got experts in all different subjects. So you know when I have a question about specific animal that you know that I can't answer. I go right to them, and it's It's like having the best encyclopedia. But in person, it's pretty amazing, and they do a lot with a little And most of our speaking of, you know, so they're wildlife experts in their subjects and biologists. And then we have these world like managers, and some of them have. Actually, a lot of them have hundreds of square miles of territory to cover. So if one does isn't able to respond to your neighborhood. It's because we really do a lot with a very small staff. So we have to get some some kudos to our wildlife managers to tell you. I don't know how many other game departments have to manage that wider spectrum of species over there all the different kinds of terrain that we hear. Have an Arizona. Let's talk a me a little bit about, uh, Mrs Jones. She's walking her spaniel, Uh, down the neighborhood and as a face to face encounter with maybe, uh, four or five adults have Alina That are maybe trailing three or four brand new have Alina. Um I've had horrifying encounters with javelina in in some of my hikes. Uh, what? What would this Pedestrian with.

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"fish department" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:54 min | 1 year ago

"fish department" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"End of the line. This is only the beginning. Because if you have your way those voters won't just be at the end of the line. They're not going to be able to vote. That's Amy Klobuchar, the Minnesota Democratic senator who helped spearhead the bill. Another bill the John Lewis Voting Rights Act as being considered in the House and the Senate. The Justice Department seizing a number of websites linked to Iran. National Security official Confirms to ABC News The Justice Department has seized the US domains for about three dozen Iranian and Iranian backed websites were told most of the sites are linked to Any and disinformation campaigns, while others involved threatening communications about US troops overseas. The seized sites include the one for Press TV, Iran's main English language Propaganda Outlet and Palestine today, which is based in Lebanon. A B CS Eren Peter Ski House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says she'll create a select committee to look into the January 6th attack on the capital. Government. Investigators say nursing home deaths rose 32% in 2020, likely due to Covid 19, Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards vetoes a bill prohibiting transgender athletes from competing on girls' sports teams. You're listening to ABC News. Arizona's news station, You station Katya, Our on Air 92 3 FM online at K t a r dot com and streaming Live on the key to our news app. You're breaking news and traffic. Now it's 402. I'm Becky Lynn. And Here's Our top story. The Phoenix Suns run to the championship. Cooling down the valley just a little bit today, but the sons are ready to heat it back up later tonight. Ktrs Taylor Tesler joins us live from the new center with a look at what to expect for tonight's game. The Sons are ready to take the court tonight at six o'clock for Game two against the Los Angeles Clippers, but they may look a little lonely. Chris Paul is still out due to Covid 19 protocols and no word yet on when he'll return. But 98 7 FM Arizona sports stations, Ron Woolfe, Lee thinks the sons can still win this thing Without Cp three. The reason why I think the sons are going to win. Tonight is the defensive end of the floor Right now. I think they are the better team defensively, so the Clippers will need to AMP up their defense if they want to rally in the Valley and with just two hours before tip off Ktrs Peter Peter Seymour continues our live team coverage from inside the Phoenix Suns Arena. Taylor both the Clippers and the sons are shooting around right now, in relative peace and quiet just two hours before more than 16,000 screaming fans will join them among them will be time. Laura Vasquez of Bird Gang Travel team, He tells Arizona's morning news. His friend wanted to purchase a suite in the Phoenix Suns Arena for the playoffs, and we sat lower bowl but 08 and after that experience, he was like there is no way I would fitness suite. You have to be surrounded by everybody. It is just electric and amazing. And Vasquez creates road trip packages for sons fans like for Game four this Saturday in Los Angeles, he says. For the first time in years, this Sons like looked like they can win it all again. Chris Paul is out Telescope by Leonard for the Clippers Live inside Phoenix Suns Arena, Peter Sam, or Cat to our News? Mm. As our drought continues, the Arizona Game and Fish Department is preparing for another record setting year of delivering water to thirsty Arizona. Wildlife. We're going to really be hauling a lot of water. I mean, we're going to be probably in the three going towards four million gallons worth of water haul jets, that is Joseph. Curry with the department who says last year they trucked and airlifted an unprecedented 2.4 million gallons of water to catchments throughout the state this year, as he said they're expecting to hold close to three million gallons. It's so dry.

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"fish department" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

08:16 min | 2 years ago

"fish department" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Changes court proceedings begin today in the trial of derek. Chauvin the former minneapolis police officer charged. In the killing of george floyd images of extra security and throngs of media bring up an array of emotions phil black community nelia gear. After floyd's death sparked massive protests and civil unrest hill is with the worldwide outreach. Church for christ is located near the south minneapolis. Quarter were floyd was killed while we witness was a nine minute murder of a man in something aside to all of us broke and so you know trying to deal with that trauma over these last ten eleven months and then now having rehash reopen with the trial protest against police misconduct were held across the nation over the weekend in advance of the trial. Brock seder is with mass action against police brutality. Ninety nine point nine nine percent of the cases never even go to trial this hundreds of thousands of cases going back years that have never been prosecuted in many of these. Have you know. There's families represented these people who've passed to are still out here. Fighting demand justice. Mothers of children who died at the hands of police were among the speakers out. Saturday's boston protest a proposed amendment to pennsylvania state constitution that would create judicial districts for the election of appellate court. Judges won't be on the primary ballot in may but still could go to the voters this year. Hp thirty eight was put on hold after two republicans on the house. Judiciary committee voted against the measure. Supporters of the amendment claim it would increase regional diversity on the court by electing judges for more rural areas but opponents say it would undermine the separation of powers by politicizing judicial selection elizabeth randall with the aclu pennsylvania. Points out that judges don't have local constituents. The way other elected officials do it. We're going to have judges be elected. Then everybody should be able to weigh in on all of the people that sit on those courts because the ruling they make apply to all pennsylvania bill as it is currently written would need to pass both houses of the legislature by early september to be on the statewide ballot for the november election. I'm andrea sears. Reporting solar joe manchin democrat west. Virginia and longtime defender of the filibuster signaled he might nevertheless be open to filibuster reforms. Vox news reports. That could make it easier for democrats to advance their legislative agenda mansion. Told todd on meet the press. If you want to make filibustering a little bit more painful. Make them stand there and talk. I'm willing to take a look at anyway. We can't this is pm. Us states like iowa have lifted covid nineteen restrictions amid a gradual decline in case activity and promising news on vaccinations but new survey results say most older residents want businesses to keep safety in mind as they welcome back customers at a statewide survey from. Aarp iowa ninety five percent of respondents aged fifty and older said mask mandates make them feel somewhat or extremely safe brad anderson state director for aarp says he hopes the business community takes. That results very seriously masks are king in iowa in older islands do expect shopkeepers. restaurants in any anywhere indoor grocery stores to keep those mask mandates in place respondents also indicate strong support for other safety measures such as increasing outdoor dining rather than indoor the iowa department of public health says more than two hundred thousand iowans have now been fully vaccinated and case averages have declined as well as covert i. Mike mohan the wyoming game and fish department gearing up to put. Gps radio callers on about fifty mule deer in southwestern wyoming biologists hope the callers will provide new and robust data revealing deal gration activities including the risks to animals as herds encounter and cross interstate eighty and state highway one eighty nine bill rudd with the wyoming migration initiative says the study should give wildlife managers the tools they need to keep deer population strong and help make wyoming highway safer that helps us understand the risk that deer face as they crossed some of the highways in south west wyoming but also the risk that motorists face there are some twelve to fourteen thousand you into mule deer in southwest wyoming and parts of utah and in winter they travel in groups of between twenty to fifty dear. I'm eric gladys finally are nettie romblon tells us last year was the second wettest on record. For north carolina the north carolina coastal federations new plan shows new water-management technics like rain gardens and watershed restoration to absorb heavy rainfall and prevent dangerous flood conditions. Your own miller. An expert on flood preparedness with the pew charitable trusts says nature based solutions are both cost effective and practical and fast growing state like north carolina. These challenges are often compounded. By the fact that traditional development uses impervious surfaces like concrete and asphalt which prevents rain from soak into the soil. The american society of civil engineers include stormwater for the first time on its infrastructure report card. The nation received a d for stormwater management systems support for this reporting was provided by the pew charitable. This is mike clifford and thank you for starting your week with public news. Service member enlisted supported. 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"fish department" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

08:13 min | 2 years ago

"fish department" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Court proceedings begin today in the trial of derek chauvin. The former minneapolis police officer charged in the killing of george floyd in which is extra security and throngs of media bring up an array of emotions full by community yulia gear after floyd's death sparked massive protests and civil unrest. Pj hill is with the worldwide outreach. Church for christ. It's located near the south minneapolis. Quarter where floyd was killed. Well we witness was a nine minute murder of a man in something. All of us broke and so you know trying to deal with that trauma over these last. You know ten eleven months and then now having it rehash reopened with the trial. Protest against police misconduct were held across the nation over the weekend in advance of the trial. Brock seder is with mass action against police brutality. Ninety nine point nine nine percent of the cases never even go to trial this hundreds of thousands of cases going back years that have never been prosecuted in in many of these. Have you know. There's families representing the these people who've passed who are still out here. Fighting demand injustice. Mothers of children who died at the hands of police were among the speakers out. Saturday's boston protest a proposed amendment to pennsylvania state constitution that would create judicial districts for the election of appellate court. Judges won't be on. The primary bout in may but still could go to voters this year. Hp thirty eight was put on hold after two republicans on the house. Judiciary committee voted against the measure. Supporters of the amendment claim it would increase regional diversity on the court by electing judges for more rural areas but opponents say it would undermine the separation of powers by politicizing judicial selection elizabeth randall with the aclu of pennsylvania. Points out that judges don't have local constituents. The way other elected officials do it. We're going to have judges be elected. Then everybody should be able to weigh in on all of the people that sit on those courts because the ruling they make apply to all pennsylvania. The bill as it is currently written would need to pass both houses of legislature by early september to be on the statewide ballot for the november election. I'm envious sears. Reporting senator joe. Manchin democrat of west. Virginia and longtime defender of the filibuster signaled he might nevertheless be open to filibuster reforms. Vox news reports. I could make it easier for democrats to advance their legislative agenda mansion told. Chuck todd on meet the press. If you want to make filibustering a little bit more painful. Make them stand there and talk. I'm willing to take a look at any way. we can't. This is pm. Us states like iowa have lifted covid nineteen restrictions amid a gradual decline in case activity and promising news on vaccinations but new survey results say most older residents want businesses to keep safety in mind as they welcome back customers at a statewide survey from. Aarp iowa ninety five percent of respondents aged fifty and older said mask mandates make them feel somewhat or extremely safe brad anderson state director for aarp says he hopes the business community takes. That results very seriously masks are king in iowa. In older islands do expect Shopkeepers restaurants in any anywhere indoor grocery stores to keep those mask mandates in place respondents also indicate strong support for other safety measures such as increasing outdoor dining rather than indoor the iowa department of public health says more than two hundred thousand islands have now been fully vaccinated case. Averages have declined as well as covert hospitalizations. I mike mohan the wyoming game and fish department gearing up to put. Gps radio callers on about fifty mule deer in southwestern wyoming biologists hope the callers will provide new and robust data revealing deer migration activities including the risks to animals as herds encounter and cross interstate eighty and state highway one thousand nine bill rudd with the wyoming migration initiative says the studies should give life managers the tools they need to keep deer population strong and help make wyoming highway safer that helps us understand the risk The deer face as they crossed some of the highways and south west wyoming but also the risks that motorists face there are some twelve to fourteen thousand you into mule deer in southwest wyoming and parts of utah and in winter. They travel in groups of between twenty to fifty. Dear i'm eric. Gladys finally are nettie araba gone tells last year was the second wettest on record. For north carolina the north carolina coastal federation new plan shows new water management techniques like rain gardens and watershed restoration to absorb heavy rainfall and prevent dangerous flood. Conditions your own miller an expert on flood preparedness with the pew charitable trusts says nature based solutions are both cost effective and practical and then fast growing state like north carolina. These challenges are often compounded by the fact that traditional development uses impervious surfaces concrete and asphalt which prevents rain from soak into the soil. The american society of civil engineers include stormwater for the first time on its infrastructure report card. The nation received a d for storm water management systems support for this reporting was provided by the pew charitable trusts. This is mike clifford. Thank you for starting your week with public news. 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"fish department" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"fish department" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"This is outdoor issues with Neil Roberts and North Dakota Game and Fish Outreach. Biologist break. Gullikson. Well, Greg, as we roll into the new year, we'll look back at a challenging 2020 for most, all of us, but your department was really a glass half full approach. Great. Tell us how you guys did it. Yeah, That's right. I'm really proud of our leadership of the game and Fish department and our employees. There was many state agencies that just simply didn't get a lot of the normal work done. For example, we were right getting ready to start. Spawning season when a lot of the restrictions were a lot of the concern came with the virus, and our department was able to take a new approach puts a proactive measures in place for our employees. Those fish certainly didn't know that we re dealing with covert. They were going to spawn, no matter what. And our department is one of basically a handful in the state that we're still able to pull off the spawning operations that are really important, trapping and transporting fish moving fish from one lady to another. You might have stunted perch into another lake. Our fisheries crews were able to get that done The same thing. You know what their wildlife folks food plots are noxious weed spring that we do on our wildlife management areas. There was really a lot of work that we were still able to get done. And I think we were the only state in the central flyway that pulled off a breeding duck survey. So hats off my fellow employees for all that hard work and making sure that we're doing the best thing for the North. Code outdoors. All right, Thanks. Very good name or on our look back at 2020. When we come back, your garden is amazing. I'll plan even more next year. One more. My home makes 10. Way to go, Kate. Hi guys. Let's play one more.

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"fish department" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"fish department" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"Few ice shelter regulations to keep in mind. Hi. This is Doug Ler with your weekly North Dakota game and Fish department. Outdoors. Report winter anglers, I remind that any fish house left unoccupied on North Korea, waters must be made of materials that will allow it to float. You can ask as many questions as you want about. Can I use this kind of use that has to be made out of materials that will allow. Here's some other regulations. Fish houses. They do not require a license again, stressing occupied structures do not require identification. However, any unoccupied fish else must have an equipment registration number issued by the game and Fish Department or the owner's name and either address or telephone number displayed on its outside in readily distinguishable characters at least three inches high. This house is may not be placed closer than 50 ft in any direction to another house without consent of the occupant of the other Fish house. Ask folks ask. It's pretty simple. Also. All unoccupied fish houses must be removed from all waters after midnight March 15th. I want to make sure that if you have other questions, go to the game and Fish Department website check out the 2020 2022 fishing guide. Other ice host regulations. Other winter fishing regulations. The big 11 last reminder, always always put ice safety. First on the top of your list. More details available in the game and fish from website GS dot Indeed, that tub that's this North Dakota Game and Fish Department stores. Report. I'm biologist uglier..

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"fish department" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"fish department" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"A looking your flag three day forecast. I'm whether all of G meteorologist Derek Tall men right now, 21. This is outdoor issues with Neil Roberts and North Dakota Game and Fish Outreach. Biologist break. Gullikson. Well, Greg, as we roll into the new year, we'll look back at a challenging 2020 for most, all of us, but your department was really a glass half full approach. Great. Tell us how you guys did it. Yeah, That's right. I'm really proud of our leadership of the game and Fish department and our employees. There was many state agencies that just simply didn't get a lot of the normal work done. For example, we were right getting ready to start that. Spawning season when a lot of the restrictions when a lot of the concern came with the virus, and our department was able to take a new approach, put some proactive measures in place for our employees. Those fish certainly didn't know that we re dealing with covert. They were going to spawn, no matter what. And our department is one of basically a handful in the state that we're still able to pull off the spawning operations that are really important, trapping and transporting fish moving fish from one lady to another where you might have stunted perch into another lake. Fisheries crews were able to get that done the same thing. You know what their wildlife folks food plots are noxious weed spring that we do on our wildlife management areas. There was really a lot of work that we were still able to get done. I think we were the only state in the central flyway that pulled off a breeding duck survey. So hats off my fellow employees for all that hard work and making sure that we're doing the best thing for the North. Code outdoors. All right, Thanks, Greg Taymor on our look back at 2020. When we come back, your garden is amazing. I'll play an even more next year. One more mile makes 10 Way to go, Kate. Guys. Let's play one more.

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"fish department" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"fish department" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"Your savings account. Call 833 600 gold. That's a 33 600 G o l D, the Oxford Gold Group. This is outdoor issues with mere Roberts and North Dakota game and fish outreach. Biologist break, Gullikson. Well, Greg, as we roll into the new year, we'll look back at a challenging 2020 for most, all of us, but your department was really a glass half full approach. Great. Tell us how you guys did it. Yeah, That's right. I'm really proud of our leadership of the game and Fish department and our employees. There was many state agencies that just simply didn't get a lot of the normal work done. For example, we were right getting ready to start. Spawning season when a lot of the restrictions were a lot of the concern came with the virus, and our department was able to take a new approach puts a proactive measures in place for our employees. Those fish certainly didn't know that we re dealing with covert. They were going to spawn, no matter what. And our department is one of basically a handful in the state that we're still able to pull off the spawning operations that are really important, trapping and transporting fish moving fish from one lady to another where you might have stunted perch into another lake. Fisheries crews were able to get that done the same thing. You know what their wildlife folks food plots are noxious weed spring that we do on our wildlife management areas. There was really a lot of work that we were still able to get done. I think we were the only state in the central flyway that pulled off a breeding duck survey. So hats off my fellow employees for all that hard work and making sure that we're doing the best thing for the North Code outdoors. All right, Thanks, Greg and maim or on our look back at 2020. When we come back. Your garden is amazing. I'll play an even more next year. One more mile makes 10 Way to go, Kate. Hi guys. Let's play one more 1234.

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Endangered Mount Graham red squirrel population growing

AP 24 Hour News

00:45 sec | 3 years ago

Endangered Mount Graham red squirrel population growing

"An endangered squirrel subspecies in southeastern Arizona is fighting its way back after much of its mountain habitat was burned by a twenty seventeen wild fire the Arizona game and fish department says the mount Graham red squirrels population is stabilizing with a four percent increase recorded in September according to the department the population peaked at about five hundred fifty in the late nineteen nineties before the twenty seventeen wild fire the population range between two hundred and three hundred wildlife specialists say the results are encouraging but a lot of work is left to help protect the squirrel population the squirrels found only in upper elevation con for force of the paneling you'll mountains

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Grizzlies suspected of killing hunting guide, dragging client off horse

Ron St. Pierre

00:36 sec | 4 years ago

Grizzlies suspected of killing hunting guide, dragging client off horse

"State of Wyoming tracking. Down and killing grizzlies that are believed to be the ones that killed a man over the weekend. More from FOX's Ken Duffy Wyoming's game. Fish department says they trapped and killed two grizzly bears that match the description of the same to that likely Malda hunting outfitter and his clients this past Saturday Thirty-seven-year-old Mark obtains body was found in the Teton wilderness. Just east of grantee national park, his clients Corey Thuban survived with chest, leg and arm injuries. You were trying to retrieve an elk that Thuban killed when they were tacked by female bear cub. The attack remains under

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Frantic relatives search for missing in Athens' morgue

Morning Edition

02:26 min | 5 years ago

Frantic relatives search for missing in Athens' morgue

"Were so afraid this was going to happen You know said something. To take one idiot idiot to California fire officials say. At, least five homes have been destroyed and others are threatened the US embassy in Beijing China. Says a man, set off a homemade explosive just outside the compound. Today in a statement the embassy says other. Than the person who set off the bomb nobody else was hurt, there, was no damage to US. Embassy property, and Chinese local police responded photos posted on social media. Show smoke and police vehicles you're listening to NPR Eleven. Republican lawmakers are seeking to impeach, deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein they're angry because they want the Justice department to give. Them more documents related to special counsel Robert Muller's investigation that's. About Russian interference in US elections the house is not expected to vote, quickly on whether to proceed with the, impeachment effort today's the day in Wyoming that applicants. Will learn if they can win a license to. Hunt grizzly, bears from Wyoming public radio Camilla Kudelski has more up to, twenty two grizzly bears can be hunted this fall in the first. Grizzly bear hunt in Wyoming. Since the bear was listed as threatened in nineteen. Seventy five the Wyoming game. And fish department, received about seven, thousand applications so the likelihood of winning one and, the twenty two licenses. Is low but depending on who gets a license it may not be used for hunting after all that's because of a last. Minute campaign encouraging opponent Of the grizzly bear hunt. To apply if opponents get, a license they planned to take pictures of the bear not kill, it the hunt is, scheduled for, September. But Wyoming game and fish anticipates court challenges for. NPR news I'm communiqu adult Scott in Cody Wyoming, officials in Greece say at least eighty one people have been killed by devastating wildfires. At struck a town not far from the capital Athens dozens. Of people are still missing and rescue teams are searching burned out cars, and homes looking for other possible victims, in Athens relatives are trying to identify the remains. Of people who died I'm korva Coleman NPR news Support for NPR comes from NPR stations other contributors include, Carnegie corporation.

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John Boehner says "There is no Republican Party. There's a Trump party."

Bob Clark

01:32 min | 5 years ago

John Boehner says "There is no Republican Party. There's a Trump party."

"Night they found three bodies inside the home there reporting the deaths homicides the home being processed for evidence estate state police do their investigation no further details being released so as not to compromise the investigation the cause of death and identities of the three victims will be released later former house speaker john boehner says the gop is trump's party now republican party has got to think of the map somewhere a former ohio congressman and republican leaders says the president style is in his style and that trump is clearly the most unusual person we've elected as president bainer spoke at a policy governance in mackinac island michigan thursday sipping on bloody marys and also saying the two most people to see trump elected were hillary clinton and donald trump and i donald trump promised malania that he would not win he shouldn't have to worry about living in the white house it's probably why she's not look real happy every day well maybe one reason i'm joe ramsey hey if you live in bear country you're more likely to spot one of the animals this summer here in new mexico tristan bickford is with the state game and fish department busy summer for bears i'm with the drought that's happening are becoming more active is looking for food sources and bickford says the bears are more likely to come into urban areas is it becomes harder for them to find food in the wild she says there have been recent bear reports from placetas to return to santa rosa and she says it's important keep food items stored away so bears are not tempted by them whether.

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