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Past articles by Dave:

Henderson: Check out these outdoors shows this winter

A list of outdoors and gun shows within a day trip of the Southern Tier. → Read More

Dave Henderson Outdoors: Here are the facts behind the whitetail deer rut

No, it's not about the moon phase, or planetary alignment. And, yes, it happens every year. If it didn't, then where did all the fawns come from? → Read More

Dave Henderson Outdoors: It's not too late to apply for New York state doe permits

The deadline passed Oct. 1, but either not enough people applied or too many applications were rejected. → Read More

Dave Henderson Outdoors: Trackers so small they can fit on a monarch butterfly

The Motus Wildlife Tracking System uses nanotags, which weigh one-eighth as much as a penny and is revolutionizing wildlife conservation. → Read More

Dave Henderson Outdoors: Binghamton hunter wins raffle, takes big Pennsylvania elk

Binghamton resident Matt Martinichio, 20, a Chenango Forks High School and SUNY Broome grad, killed an 8x7 bull on Sept. 22 in Karthaus, Pa. → Read More

Dave Henderson Outdoors: Shoot for free Oct. 13 at Tioga Sportsmen's Association

The Tioga County Sportsmen's Association hosts trapshooting, skeet, archery and more. → Read More

Dave Henderson Outdoors: Telling the difference between that goose and the other goose

"Resident" Canada geese can't take a hint, while we are more hospitable to their identical brethren from north of the border. → Read More

Spotted lanternfly, longnose gar spotted in upstate New York: Dave Henderson Outdoors

The longnose gar is a living dinosaur, and the spotted lanternfly is an invasive species, which means you should report it to the DEC. → Read More

Dave Henderson Outdoors: Time for geese, doves, squirrels to take cover

With Canada geese becoming a nuisance, a hunter can now shoot 15 geese per day through Sept. 25 in New York. → Read More

Outdoors: What's the difference between 5.56mm and .223?

Our outdoors columnist answers an interesting reader question. → Read More

Dave Henderson Outdoors: Duck numbers down, but better than average

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s annual report on waterfowl breeding populations showed an estimated 41.2 million breeding ducks. → Read More

40th(?) annual Kids Fishing Derby is in September at Cole Park

After years of research the Broome County Federation of Sportsmen's Clubs determined it is holding its 40th annual derby — or is it the 42nd? → Read More

Dave Henderson Outdoors: Moravia anglers dominate Cayuga fishing derby

Willie Durbin of Moravia weighed in the biggest fish in last month’s Salvation Army’s Catch a Rainbow fishing derby on Cayuga Lake. → Read More

Dave Henderson Outdoors: Susquehanna bass mystery may have been solved

A study at Michigan State University found that a virus, along with high water temperatures, have proven to be deadly for smallmouth bass. → Read More

Dave Henderson Outdoors: First Hunter Challenge held at Greek Peak

The national "Train to Hunt Challenge," a competitive test of archery, running and grueling cross country mountain exercise, was held at Greek Peak. → Read More

Dave Henderson Outdoors: State sets tentative waterfowl hunting dates

A complete list of dates can be found on the DEC website. → Read More

Neighborhood bears may have more rights than human residents

Henderson outdoors: Do neighborhood bears have more rights than human residents? → Read More

Two state fishing records set in early May

Henderson outdoors:Two state fishing records set in early May. → Read More

Henderson: If you care about young wildlife, leave it alone

People assume that young wildlife found alone are helpless and need assistance. But human interaction very seldom helps. → Read More

Henderson: Binghamton hunter wins youth turkey contest

News and notes from the Ithaca and Binghamton areas. → Read More