This week, Dan Small Outdoors Radio features Blue Ribbon Coalition executive director Greg Mumm; TV host Dez Young; Wisconsin DNR migratory game bird ecologist Kent Van Horn; Adams County, Wisconsin parks director Fred Nickel and Milford Hills Hunt Club marketing and communications director Mitch Ehly. Jeff plants his food plots. Dan visits Lulu Lake Preserve.
Greg Mumm, executive director of the Blue Ribbon Coalition, talks about his coast-to-coast Turn the Tide Tour via motorcycle to promote access for responsible recreation on public and private lands. (www.wearebrc.org)
Kent Van Horn, Wisconsin DNR migratory game bird ecologist, announces upcoming waterfowl hunting season dates and gives a forecast for this year’s hunt. (www.dnr.wi.gov)
Dez Young, host/producer of the TV show Dash in the Uplands, talks about his new audio book that gives a behind-the-scenes look at this award-winning program. (www.hwhproductions.com)
Fred Nickel, director of parks, recreation and trails for Adams County, Wisconsin, talks about fall camping and fishing options at Castle Rock and Petenwell county parks. (www.adamscountyparkswi.com)
In the Madison Outdoors Report, Mitch Ehly, director of marketing and communications for Milford Hills Hunt Club, explains membership options and benefits at Milford Hills. (www.milfordhills.com)
This week’s giveaway: Droptine Divas, a DVD featuring Tara and Shelly Seiler, of the new TV show Workin’ For Whitetails on The Sportsman Channel, on 12 fair-chase whitetail hunts. To enter the drawing, call 414-297-7554 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Leave your name & number & mention the DVD giveaway.
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