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Another New Mexico Coyote Hunting Event Draws Fire

Several coyote hunting contests were held in New Mexico in last year in which firearms were awarded as prizes for those hunters killing the most coyotes.
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Cougar Apparently Attacking Dogs Near Cashmere, Washington

A 105-pound yellow lab named Zeus was found dead and mostly eaten in an orchard. Owner Jeff Paton says there have been four cougar sightings at his orchard in the past year.
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State Sues Hawaii County Over Aerial Hunting Ban

Eradication of feral sheep, goats, swine, cattle and axis deer is necessary to protect habitat, according to the lawsuit, and state officials want to kill unwanted species from the air.
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Gun Stores Sue California Over Ban On Window Ads

Four Northern California gun stores are challenging a state law barring handgun advertisements on windows or other places where they would be visible to the public.
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2 Rare Urban Coyote Attacks On Dogs Within 1 Day

Food left outside for pets can attract coyotes who may later hunt small pets.
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Springfield, Missouri Allows Some Deer Hunting Inside City

The Missouri Department of Conservation says the deer population in southern Springfield is four times larger than desirable.
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Treestand Falls Most-Common Hunting Accident

Most of those who fall from tree stands were not wearing any form of fall prevention device, which could prevent serious injury.
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2 Wolves Found Dead In New Mexico

Wildlife managers are investigating the deaths of two Mexican gray wolves in New Mexico.
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Vermont Won't Charge Warden's Wife In Moose Shooting

Kim Eckhardt, of Landgrove, who is the wife of Fish and Wildlife Warden Greg Eckhardt, was hunting with her husband and a guide when she fatally shot a second moose on a hunting permit that allowed only one.
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Minnesota Hunter Steals Other Hunter's Deer

Authorities say a Minnesota hunter with no luck of his own was caught stealing a buck shot by another hunter.
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