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VA – HUNTING – Several managed hunts called off

Several planned quota and managed hunts coordinated by the Virginia Department of Wildlife Resources for this fall are cancelled, some due to ongoing concerns with coronavirus and others due to issues with partner organizations or other matters. The list includes the Radford Army Ammunition Plant deer hunt, the Land’s End Wildlife Management Area hunt for dove, deer, and spring turkeys, and the Hog Island WMA youth waterfowl hunt scheduled Oct. 24. Additionally, all field trials on WMAs through Dec. 31, 2020 are cancelled. The mandatory Chronic Wasting Disease sampling planned for Nov. 14 in Culpeper, Madison, and Shenandoah is also cancelled. Virginia’s WMAs remain open to the public and active hunting on these areas begin this week and, in many locales, lasts until next year. Although not a DWR-managed program, Fort A.P. Hill in Caroline County recently posted on its hunting information website (faph.isportsman.net) that it plans to reopen hunting before the end of September, with permit sales beginning soon. Check the website often for updates.  [full article]

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