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Bruce W. Plowman

Furbearer Biologist, Division of Fish and Wildlife

Hoosier Tree Dogs

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Hoosier Tree Dogs

P.O. Box 93

Batesville, Indiana,47006

United States

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Wildlife Biologist

Indiana Department of Natural Resources


Furbearer Biologist

DNR


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HTDA Meets With The IDNR In Indianapolis

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Bruce Plowman, Furbearer Biologist, Division of Fish & Wildlife


www.trapperpredatorcaller.com

Furbearer Biologist — Bruce Plowman, 562 DNR Rd., Mitchell, IN 47446; phone: 812-849-4586


www.indianapolismonthly.com

"It's like a protected population," says Bruce Plowman, wildlife biologist for the Indiana Department of Natural Resources Division of Fish and Wildlife."As with any other wildlife species, it's something to enjoy, but from a distance," Plowman says.


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Furbearer biologist, Bruce Plowman562 DNR.Road


Early Waterfowl Season Opens, Bayou Bill

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Bruce Plowman doesn't quite know what to make of the trapping season this year, but he does say muskrat (the bread-and-butter fur-bearer in Indiana) could well be down considerably because of the drought.
"Streams and other waters are very low now," he says, adding that muskrat usually are down in numbers in drought years because predation in such years hit their young heavily. Mink are probably the largest predator. Bruce, the Division of Fish and Wildlife fur-bearer biologist, is not quite sure how trapping will go for other species. Figures for the harvest last year are not yet completed, but to show the importance of trapping, he noted that some 2.2 million pieces of fur were recorded by Hoosiers in the 2005-06 season when average prices went as follows: Muskrat $3.57, raccoon $5.90, red fox $15.11, gray fox $17.28, coyote $10.33, 'possum $1.16, beaver $13.48, mink $14.73, skunk $2.62, and long-tailed weasel $3.67.


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