Chicago outdoors: Good news for traditional pursuits

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How many times in a writing life do I get a chance to pull together Mark Zona, the first camouflage White Sox cap night, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s 2011 National Survey of Fishing, Hunting, and Wildlife-Associated Recreation, the Hackmatack National Wildlife Refuge, the Millennium Reserve, Northerly Island and some sideswipe Cubs hate.

Oh, and a mention of the 2005 World Champions.

Well, try today’s column.

I enjoyed myself.

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Dog toys in a drey, regular sandhill visitors in Orland Park and bowhunting harvest for turkeys in Illinois are among the notes from around Chicago outdoors and beyond.
After the Fire’s failed rebrand in 2019 that changed their primary color to blue, they’ll open their home schedule Saturday in a familiar kit.