Indiana Outdoors

A new comprehensive on-line licensing system in Indiana, a potential bobcat trapping season? And what does new the Indiana non-game mammologist do?
Nature Preserves eclipse 50,000 acres in Indiana and Conservation Officers receive highest department recognitions.
Fishing reports from around the state…salmon to the north, smallmouth to the south. Also, a conversation with award winning DNR photographer John Maxwell.
Free Fishing Weekend #2, American Hiking Society sponsoring National Trails Day, public nuisance coyote workshop scheduled and State Park entrance fee is .10 honoring same price as 1916!
New deer biologist is introduced. Biologist Steve Backs discusses the 2016 turkey season statistics. Ginger Murphy highlights the “100 Days for 100 Years” events that start this weekend.
Peregrine falcon chicks get banded, Muskie population showing up in unexpected places and Indiana’s oldest “old growth” forest becomes a nature preserve.
Wild Indiana owner Brent Wheat joins me in studio, Eagle Creek Park Foundation President, Alex Upchurch, and new Natural Resources Foundation Director Jody Kress.
Jay Anglin shares his thoughts on what should happen with the Diwagiac dam in southern Michigan and how it will affect a world class fishery. The 2015 deer harvest report is out and the state’s oldest wild eagle is rehabilitated after an injury.