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BEAR, DEER HUNTING SEASON STATS RELEASED BY DEC
report by WNBZ

The Department of Environmental Conservation has released the results for the black bear hunting season and for the second year the bear take in the Adirondacks has been below average.

A total of 318 bears were killed by hunters this past season, 70-percent below the 10-year average.

DEC speculates on reason for the decline might be the abundance of berries and other foods during late summer and early fall. The supply of food might have reduced bear movements, making them less vulnerable to hunters.

Locally hunters took 37 bears in Essex County. Three bears were taken in North Elba and Wilmington.

In Franklin County 28 bears were killed. Four in Tupper Lake during early muzzleloader season and six in the Town of Santa Clara during the regular season.

Big game hunters harvested 113 bears in the Allegany range and another 365 in the Catskills.

Meanwhile the DEC is reporting another safe, successful and chronic wasting disease-free season for deer hunters.

The deer take last season was 189,000 statewide, up slightly from the previous season. The small increase was expected due to management actions in 2004 and 2005 aimed at rebuilding and stabilizing deer populations.

“New York Hunters once again had a safe and successful deer season, said acting DEC Commissioner Carl Johnson. “We are also pleased that despite testing almost 8,000 deer in 2006, no new cases of chronic wasting disease have been detected.”

In Essex County hunters took 1,053 deer, down slightly from the previous year’s total of 1,128. Hunters in Franklin County had more success, with a deer take of 1,333.

 


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Safest Hunting

2006 was also one of the safest years on record. Just 35 hunting related shooting incidents were recorded, the fourth best on record.

Two changes to the big game season were enacted a few years back but did not adversely affect the safety of the state's hunters. These changes included moving the Southern Zone season opening day to a Saturday instead of the traditional Monday opener and expanding the use of rifles to new areas of the Southern Zone. No rifle injury was reported in the new area, and only 15 of New York's 29 incidents occurred during the big game season, making it the safest such season in history.

Hunting-related shooting incidents (per 100,000 hunters) are declining much faster than the number of hunters. Hunter numbers have declined about 10 percent since the 1960s, while the rate of hunting- related shooting incidents declined nearly 66 percent during the same period.

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Hunting Licenses

Small Game license is required for everyone over the age of 12 and large game license is required by everyone over the age of 16. Everyone must be licensed to trap and first timers must take the NYS Trapping Training program. Bow Hunters must complete a training course before they can receive their license. All first time hunters must also complete a 10 hour hunter saftey course offered by certified volunteers. Check your area below to see when the next training course is being offered.

Stony Brook, Region 1
Strony Brook, NY
516-444-0273

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Ray Brook, NY
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Watertown, NY
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Utica, NY
315-793-2554

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General Hunting Regulations
The following are general hunting regulations.

Definitions
Bow—includes long (stick), compound, or recurve bow.

Handgun—is any pistol or revolver intended to be aimed and fired with one hand, and having a barrel length not exceeding 16 inches.

To hunt—means to pursue, shoot, kill or capture (other than trap) wildlife and includes all lesser acts that disturb or worry wildlife whether or not they result in taking. Hunting also includes all acts to assist another person in taking wildlife.

Motor vehicle—means every vehicle or device operated by any power other than muscle power including but not limited to automobiles, trucks, motorcycles, tractors, trailers, motorboats, snowmobiles and all-terrain vehicles whether operated on or off public highways.

Muzzleloading Firearm—is a firearm loaded through the muzzle, shooting a single projectile and having a minimum bore of .44 inch.

Public Highway—means any road maintained by a state, county or town. A private road is one maintained by a person or corporation.

Rifle—is a firearm with a barrel length of at least 16 inches with rifling in the barrel that uses metallic cartridges.

Shotgun—is a firearm with a barrel length of at least 18 inches that uses shells that are nonmetallic except for the base.

To take—means to pursue, shoot, hunt, kill, capture, trap, snare or net wildlife and game—and all lesser acts that disturb or worry wildlife—or to place or use any net or other device commonly used to take wildlife.

To trap—means to take, kill or capture wildlife with traps, deadfalls and other devices commonly used to take wildlife, including the shooting or killing of lawfully trapped animals. It also includes all related activities such as placing, setting, staking or checking traps or assisting another person with these activities.

Manner of Taking

It is illegal to take or hunt wildlife:

while in or on a motor vehicle (except by the holder of a Non Ambulatory Hunter Permit).
with the aid of a vehicle's lights.
on or from any public road.
with any firearm equipped with a silencer.
with any firearm which continues to fire as long as the trigger is held back (an automatic firearm).
with any semi-automatic firearm with a capacity to hold more than 6 rounds, except:
firearms using .22 or .17 caliber rimfire ammunition or,
firearms altered to reduce their capacity to no more than 6 shells at one time in the magazine and chamber combined, or
autoloading pistols with a barrel length of less than eight inches.
with a spear.
with a bow equipped with any mechanical device which is attached to the bow (other than the bowstring) for drawing, holding or releasing the bowstring except for a physically disabled person in possession of a Handicapped Archer Permit (compound bows are legal).
with a spear gun or crossbow except for a physically disabled person in possession of a Modified Crossbow Permit.
with an arrow with an explosive head or shaft.
with any device designed or intended to deliver drugs to an animal.
Baiting
It is illegal to hunt with the aid of bait, or over any baited area when hunting big game, upland game birds, turkey or waterfowl.

Artificial Lights
It is illegal to hunt deer or bear with the aid of any artificial light including laser sights.

Spotlighting
You may use lights to observe deer and bear under the following conditions:

You are not within 500 feet of a home or farm building, unless you have permission from the owner or lessee.
While in or on a motor vehicle and operating a light and no person has a firearm or bow unless:
the firearm is taken down or the bow is unstrung, or
the firearm is securely fastened in a case, or
the firearm is locked in the trunk of the vehicle, or
the firearm is a handgun.
For information on hunting furbearers at night, see the Small Game and Furbearer Regulations.

Possession of Firearms
During the open season for deer, it is illegal to:

possess shotgun shells loaded with slug or ball, unless holding a valid license or permit to take deer or bear, or
possess a rifle larger than a .22 rimfire (muzzleloading rifles excepted) in areas where rifles are banned for taking deer.
In Westchester County and on Long Island it is illegal to use any rifle for hunting, or to carry one afield.

In the Northern Zone it is illegal to carry a rifle larger than .22 rimfire or a shotgun loaded with slug, ball or buckshot afield if accompanied by a dog, except when coyote hunting under permit from the local Environmental Conservation Officer.

Possession of handguns in New York State requires a NYS Pistol Permit. New York does not recognize permits issued by other states.

Transportation of Firearms
A person may not transport or possess a shotgun or rifle in or on a motor vehicle unless the firearm is unloaded in both chamber and magazine. A loaded firearm may be carried or possessed in a motorboat while legally hunting migratory game birds.

Discharge of Firearms and Bows
It is illegal to discharge a firearm or bow:

so that the load or arrow passes over any part of a public highway,
within 500 feet of any school, playground, or an occupied factory or church,
within 500 feet of a dwelling, farm building or structure in occupation or use unless you own it, lease it, are an immediate member of the family, an employee, or have the owner's consent.
You may hunt waterfowl over water within 500 feet of a dwelling, public structure, livestock, or person as long as none of these are in the line of fire and within 500 feet of you.

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Candidates must be 21 years of age on or before the date of their appointment Correction Officer positions are located throughout New York State in various facilities of the NYS Department of Correctional Services.
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The majority of jobs in the New York State Department of Correctional Services are filled by Correction Officers, who are required to pass a written Civil Service exam and undergo extensive medical, psychological, and background checks. Correction Officer positions are located throughout New York State in various facilities of the Department of Correctional Services. Correction Officers are responsible for the custody and security as well as the safety and well being, of criminal offenders in State Correctional Facilities.

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Course Requirements for Licenses:
All Hunting and Bowhunting Licenses--To qualify for any license to hunt (with firearms or bows), the applicant must present either: (1) proof that he or she successfully completed an approved hunter education course; or (2) proof that he or she previously held a hunting license.
Bowhunting--In addition to the requirements for all hunters, to qualify to hunt deer or bear with bow and arrow, the applicant must present either: (1) proof that he or she successfully completed an approved bowhunter education course; (Note: Approved courses are International Bowhunters Education Program Courses or an equivalent course. If in doubt, call toll free - 1-888-HUNT-ED2.) or (2) proof that he or she previously held a New York State bowhunting license or stamp issued in 1980 or later
Waterfowl Hunting--Requires a small game hunting license and a Federal Migratory Bird Hunting Stamp. Only the basic hunter education course (see requirements for all hunters) is required for the license, but a Waterfowl Hunter Education course is required to hunt waterfowl on some special hunting areas.
Trapping--To qualify for any license to trap, the applicant must present either: (1) proof that he or she successfully completed an approved course in responsible trapping practices; or (2) proof that he or she previously held a trapping license
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Hunter Education: required for all hunting licenses, including bow and arrow. Covers basic firearms handling and outdoor skills plus hunting techniques. Minimum course time: 10 hours. Minimum age for course: 11 years. (Minimum age for a license is 12 years.)
Bowhunter Education: required to hunt deer and bear with bow and arrow. Teaches the things that make bowhunting a special challenge, making you a more successful hunter. Minimum course time: 8 hours. Minimum age for course: 11 years. Note: you must be 14 years of age to hunt big game with bow and arrow.
Trapper Education: required for all new trappers. Covers how to trap responsibly, avoiding unwanted species. Teaches students how to treat pelts to produce marketable furs. Minimum course time: 8 hours. No age limit.
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