Sports and Outdoors

Thursday, February 23, 2012

New Outdoor Indiana features dog tales

From the Indiana Department of Natural Resources:

Outdoor Indiana magazine’s March-April issue features a cover article on the dogs of the DNR Division of Law Enforcement.

Indiana Conservation Officers have built a reputation as having one of the top canine programs of its kind in the nation, having trained similar units from Kentucky, Kansas, Maryland, Idaho and Virginia.

The 48-page full-color magazine also includes a special removable eight-page insert article on Spring Mill State Park, which is in Mitchell in Lawrence County. The feature continues a series in which one state park or reservoir property is featured in the first five issues of each year. Issue six features a removable calendar for the new year. The state park/reservoir insert series runs through 2016, the 100th anniversary of Indiana state parks.

Look for Fury the canine cop on the cover of this issue of Outdoor Indiana, available now at most DNR properties and most Barnes & Noble stores in Indiana for $3 a copy. Purchase of a $12 subscription gets you six issues to keep you up to date on Indiana’s outdoor heritage.

To subscribe, go to or call (317) 233-3046. Join Outdoor Indiana on Facebook to get updates on what’s coming up in future issues and see bonus photos at

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