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OHIO WILDLIFE COUNCIL SETS 1992 MIGRATORY GAME BIRD SEASONS

 OHIO WILDLIFE COUNCIL SETS 1992 MIGRATORY GAME BIRD SEASONS
 COLUMBUS, Ohio, July 30 /PRNewswire/ -- The Ohio Wildlife Council today approved the 1992 migratory game bird hunting seasons, including special early seasons for Canada goose and teal, as proposed by Richard Pierce, chief of the Ohio Department of Natural Resources' Division of Wildlife. The seasons are established within federal guidelines. Hunting hours for rails, gallinules, snipe and woodcock are from sunrise to sunset.
 The 1992 migratory game bird season dates, daily bag and possession limits are:
 Sora and Virginia rails -- Sept. 1 to Nov. 9 with daily bag and possession limits of 25.
 Gallinules -- Sept. 1 to Nov. 9 with a daily bag limit of 15 and possession limits of 30 after the first day.
 Wilson's snipe -- Sept. 1 to Nov. 28, and Dec. 7-24 with a daily bag limit of 8 and possession limit of 16 after the first day.
 Woodcock -- Sept. 25 to Nov. 28 with a daily bag limit of 5 and possession limit of 10 after the first day.
 Canada goose -- A special early season of Sept. 1-10, in Ashtabula, Cuyahoga, Geauga, Lake, Lorain, Medina, Portage, Summit and Trumball counties with a daily bag limit of 3 and possession limit of 6 after the first day. Hunting hours are one-half hour before sunrise to sunset for this special early goose season in nine northern counties.
 Teal -- A special early statewide season of Sept. 12-20 with a daily bag limit of 4 and possession limit of 8 after the first day.
 Hunting hours for the special teal season are one half-hour before sunrise to sunset.
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 /CONTACT: John Wisse, wildlife, 614-265-6539, or Mary Hayes, media relations and communications, 614-265-6886, both of The Ohio Department of Natural Resources/ CO: Ohio Department of Natural Resources ST: Ohio IN: SU:


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