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KY Fish & Wildlife Jul 31
A bridge maintenance project scheduled to start Monday, Aug. 3 will temporarily affect boat traffic in the upper reaches of Lake Cumberland at Burnside.
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KY Fish & Wildlife Jul 29
Sunflowers are blooming! The dove season opens Sept. 1. Who's ready?
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SE Fisheries Jul 24
It's "fry"-day! We are still seeing active use of the catfish spawning boxes, and the video shows some catfish fry that were recently hatched.
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KY Fish & Wildlife Jul 21
Elkhorn Creek - Paddling and fishing delight in central Kentucky. Watch this video from Magazine:
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take_me_fishing Jul 21
Looking for fun and engaging ? Look no further! Take the indoors and get kids excited about way before they leave home:
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kyafield Jul 17
Join us for a historical paddle down the in central . This is a special video presentation from Kentucky Afield that we encourage you to share as much as possible!
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KY Fish & Wildlife Jul 20
Temporary road closures planned for August on Ballard WMA. The area will remain publicly accessible during construction of two water control structures along Front Slough.
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KY Fish & Wildlife Jul 14
WILD TURKEYS--How many can you see?🦃Between July 1 and August 31, use this link to report turkeys and broods you observe in KY:
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KY Fish & Wildlife Jul 13
PARTNERSHIPS WORK for fish and wildlife conservation! volunteers for your recent work and generous donations!
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Tourism, Arts, & Heritage Cabinet Jul 13
Thank you for highlighting water safety in Kentucky. We want Kentuckians to enjoy our state's lakes, streams and waterways this summer, however, without practicing safety measures those fun activities can turn dangerous quickly.
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kyafield Jul 10
RIP David Hayes, the man who caught the world record . He died Tuesday after 95 years on this Earth. One of the nicest people we've ever met. Read his obit here: See him recount the catch on KyAfield TV:
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KY Fish & Wildlife Jul 9
The drive-in meeting to nominate candidates for the 1st District representative on the Kentucky Fish and Wildlife Commission starts at 7:30 p.m. (Central) today at the UK Cooperative Extension Service office in Paducah. Please plan to arrive by 7:15 p.m.
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KY Fish & Wildlife Jul 8
Following recent reports of bear sightings in parts of central Kentucky, Bear Program Coordinator John Hast provided an update today and also reiterated some tips.
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KY Fish & Wildlife Jul 7
The drive-in meeting to nominate candidates for the 5th District representative on the Kentucky Fish and Wildlife Commission starts at 7:30 p.m. today at the UK Cooperative Extension Service office in Burlington. Please plan to arrive by 7:15 p.m.
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KY Fish & Wildlife Jul 6
The drive-in meeting to nominate candidates for the 6th District representative on the Kentucky Fish and Wildlife Commission starts at 7:30 p.m. today at the UK Cooperative Extension Service office in Nicholasville. Please plan to arrive by 7:15 p.m.
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Tennessee Valley Authority Jul 3
Due to heavy rainfall in parts of the Valley, we will be spilling at Wilson, Pickwick and Kentucky Dams. Flows on the river will be higher than normal in those areas. Please remember to be safe this weekend and stay away from the dams! 🚨Tips:
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KY Fish & Wildlife Jul 3
Replying to @kyfishwildlife
Update 5: Department personnel spent several hours Thursday following up on reports of bear sightings in Lexington. The department continues to monitor reports from the public and law enforcement agencies.
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KY Fish & Wildlife Jul 3
Replying to @kyfishwildlife
Update 4: A bear can travel as many as 10 miles in a day, and department biologists believe the bear spotted Friday morning is very likely the same young bear observed earlier this week on the University of Kentucky campus.
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KY Fish & Wildlife Jul 3
Replying to @kyfishwildlife
Update 3: Kentucky Fish and Wildlife received multiple reports of bear sightings early Friday morning in southwest Lexington. The last reported sighting was in a more rural location of western Fayette County at around 7 a.m.
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KY Fish & Wildlife Jul 2
Conservation officers work to ensure Kentucky’s waterways are safe places for all to enjoy. This July 4 holiday weekend, help do your part by wearing a life jacket and not boating under the influence.
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