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Snow helps Black Hills mountain lion hunters, GFP

A snow cover in the Black Hills should help mountain lion hunters and the biologists who manage the big cat population.
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Cheetahs kill white-tailed deer at National Zoo

Two cheetahs at the Smithsonian's National Zoo came across unexpected prey and the result was predictable.
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Portland crows leave their mark on downtown park

Visitors to Chapman Square in downtown Portland are finding benches and walkways covered with bird droppings.
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Iowa plans winter release of trout in 7 spots

The Iowa Department of Natural Resources plans to release trout in seven spots around the state this winter.
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Coyote attacks spur Humane Society warning

The Humane Society of Missouri is urging St. Louis-area pet owners to be careful after reports of coyote attacks on small dogs.
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Grants will fund South Dakota youth outdoors education

The Tony and Dar Dean Outdoor Education Fund offers grants ranging from $500 to $1,500 to projects involving youth conservation education in South Dakota.
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VIDEO: Phil Robertson causes stir with gay remarks; now suspended from Duck Dynasty

The A&E channel says "Duck Dynasty" patriarch Phil Robertson is off the show indefinitely after condemning gays as sinners in a magazine interview.
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Experts to review taking wolf off threatened list

A group of experts is reviewing whether the federal proposal to lift more Endangered Species Act protections for the gray wolf is scientifically valid.
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DNR closes wolf season in northeast Minnesota

Wolf hunting and trapping continues in the northwest and east-central zones to anyone with a valid license.
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Pet deer removed for public safety

A Dauphin Island woman wants to know the fate of her two pet deer after wildlife officials removed them and said they were a danger to the public.
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