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Princeton decides against coyote hunt

October 15, 2013
Princeton's animal control advisory committee has decided against hiring sharpshooters to hunt coyotes.
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Wisconsin Senate to OK hunting discounts for vets

October 15, 2013
The Wisconsin Assembly is set to pass a bipartisan bill that would offer wounded veterans discounts on hunting and fishing licenses.
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Michigan hunters encouraged to join waterfowl contest

October 14, 2013
State officials and Consumers Energy are challenging Michigan hunters to go after waterfowl in seven Lower Peninsula locations.
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Kansas officials urge motorists to watch for deer

October 14, 2013
Kansas officials are warning motorists to watch out for deer as breeding season approaches.
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VIDEO: 72-year-old man survives wilderness on frog and squrriel diet

October 14, 2013
Anything can and will happen in the great outdoors. Take the experience of a 72-year-old man who was lost for 19 days but survived on frogs and squirrels because he was too exhausted to use his gun for big game.
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More than 15K pheasants to be released in Ohio

October 13, 2013
Ohio will release more than 15,000 ring-necked pheasants at 27 Ohio public hunting areas this fall to provide additional hunting opportunities.
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Fish in Georgia river rebounding after fish kill

October 13, 2013
Despite the Ogeechee River fish population making a comeback after a massive fish kill in 2011, some anglers say they're not rushing to eat them just yet.
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Disease in deer leads to hunting restrictions

October 13, 2013
Deer hunters in five north-central Montana hunting districts between Great Falls and the Canadian border won't be allowed to use their general deer license to take antlerless deer.
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North Dakota motorists cautioned to look for deer

October 13, 2013
North Dakota's Game and Fish Department is cautioning motorists to be on the lookout for deer as they drive.
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New tactics emerge in battle over Tahoe bears

October 13, 2013
Animal rights activists are using increasingly aggressive strategies to keep California and Nevada game wardens from trapping bears that break into Lake Tahoe homes.
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