Time Flies Journal: A Bird Lover’s Daybook. Keep a record of
your daily bird-watching for generations to come. This full-color
journal displays close-up views of birds on one page with room
to record your own words on the opposite one. Filled with facts and statistics
about the lives of birds, coupled with quotes from famous bird-loving authors, this
book is a must-have for all bird lovers. Hardback. 62 pages. $19.50.
Wings of Spring: Courtship, Nesting, and Fledging. Step inside the world of spring
breeding with this stunning combination of photographs and text. Divided into four sec-tions,
author Chuck Hagner and photographer Tom Vezo take the reader on a journey
from early-spring territory claiming to late-spring chick growing through the eyes of the
birds themselves. With photos and information dedicated to specific birds in each sec-tion,
the reader is guaranteed to experience a whole new view on springtime. Hardback.
158 pages. $34.95.
Kids Gone Campin’: The Young Camper’s Guide to Having More Fun Outdoors.
Author Cherie Winner provides the perfect aid to young and aspiring campers in this illus-trated
guide. Tips on where to camp, what gear to pack, how to make camp and what to
snack on are all written with younger readers in mind. Softback. 95 pages. $12.95.
Bend Over Shake A Tailfeather!: Tall Tales Gibberish & Malarkey While Hunting
Wild Turkeys. A humorous collection of personal experiences from author and turkey
hunter Bill Privette, this book is a treat for hunter and non-hunter alike. Privette entertains
with his excellent writing, which he has fine-tuned for the past 30 years. Softback. 183
So Many Fish T-Shirt. For the angler too busy to fish, this T-shirt features a small “Go Fish” logo
on the front and the “So Many Fish…So Few Sick Days” graphic on the back. The IDNR logo also is
present on the left sleeve. This short-sleeved, tan T-shirt is pre-shrunk, 100-percent cotton. Sizes M-XL
$15.06, 2X $16.94.
Fisherman’s Day Planner T-Shirt. This T-shirt is for the angler who has fishing on the mind
every day of the week. A small “Go Fish” logo is located on the front, with the “Fisherman’s Day
Planner” graphic on the back. The IDNR logo also is present on the left sleeve. This short-sleeved,
pine-green T-shirt is pre-shrunk, 100-percent cotton. Sizes M-XL $15.06, 2X $16.94.
For information on placing an order, call 1-800-720-3249 within Illinois or (217) 782-
1687 outside Illinois during gift shop hours. When ordering by telephone, reference
the bold title. The TTY number for hearing-impaired callers is (217) 782-9175. Prices
do not include tax, postage and handling. MasterCard and Visa accepted.
This merchandise may be purchased
at the DNR headquarters at One Natural
Resources Way, Springfield, Illinois.
Gift shop hours are Monday through
Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Online orders
may be placed at www.ilcf.org/shop.
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deerinfo.com/illinoishome.asp for infor-mation.
Invasive Plant Removal, Friends of
Giant City Work Day, Giant City State
Park, Makanda. Noon-3 p.m. For infor-mation,
call (618) 457-4836.
17th Illinois Territorial Rangers Living
History, Ft. Massac State Park, Metrop-olis.
10 a.m.-4 p.m. Call (618) 524-9321
Last day to apply online for FY08
C2000 Ecosystem Project Grants (5
Crow seasons closes statewide.
Sport fishing season for rainbow
smelt (March 1-April 30)
Local Snowmobile and Snowmobile
Trail Enhancement fund grant applica-tions
Braidwood Lake opens to fishing.
Bike Path, OHV and RTP grant appli-cation
RV, Camping & Travel Show, QCCA
Expo Center, Rock Island. Visit www.
qccaexpocenter.com for information.
Teacher workshop on Investigating
and Evaluation Environmental Issues
and Actions, DNR, Springfield. Register
online at www.ilcf.org/workshop/cours-es.
asp or call (217) 524-4126 for infor-mation.
Bat Encounters, Illinois State Muse-um,
Springfield. Open to students in
grades 6-8. 2-4 p.m. For information,
call (217) 782-7386
Illinois Valley Archaeological Society
meeting, Dickson Mounds Museum,
Lewistown. For information, call (309)
The Technology of Flintknapping: Do
We Really Know as Much as We Think?
Archaeology Lecture, Illinois State
Museum Research & Collection Center,
Springfield. 7-8:30 p.m. For information,
call (217) 782-0061.
Raccoon and opossum hunting sea-son
closes in South Zone.
Hunter harvest cards for state sites
Squirrel season closes.
Outdoor Hunting and Fishing Show,
QCCA Expo Center, Rock Island. Visit
www.qccaexpocenter.com for informa-tion.
Teacher workshop on Mammals from
Illinois’ Past, Field Museum, Chicago. 9
a.m.-3:30 p.m. Register online at
call (217) 524-4126 for information.
Endangered Species Protection
Board meeting. Call (217) 785-8687 for
Hickory Ridge Coffeehouse, Dickson
Mounds Museum, Lewistown. 7:30-9:30
p.m. Visit www.hickoryridge.outfitters.com
or call (309) 547-3721 for information.
Discovery Expedition of Saint
Charles, Ft. Massac State Park, Metrop-olis.
10 a.m.-4 p.m. For information, call
Maple Syrup Festival, Argyle Lake
State Park, Colchester. For information,
call (309) 776-3422.
National Arbor Day Foundation
poster contest entries due.
Illinois Deer & Turkey Classic, Inter-state
Center, Bloomington. Visit www.
Last day to apply for spring turkey,
Raccoon and opossum hunting sea-son
closes in North Zone.
Celebrate Cultural Diversity Day, Illi-nois
State Museum, Springfield. Second
annual celebration of Illinois’ cultural
diversity. 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Call (217) 782-
6044 for information.
Winter Tree Identification Workshop,
Giant City State Park, Makanda. Noon-3
p.m. Reservations required. Call (618)
457-4836 for information.
Massiac Marines Living History, Ft.
Massac State Park, Metropolis. 10 a.m.-
4 p.m. For information, call (618) 524-
Last day to apply for spring turkey
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