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Fox discovered frozen in lake

Cold weather causes most of us to grab a coat or reach for the thermostat, but animals in the wild are not as fortunate.
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VIDEO: Bear on front porch doesn't bother Californians

If there was a bear on your front porch and you walked right past it, you'd like to think you'd notice it.
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Daniel Defense announces $20 million expansion in Georgia

One of the nation's most popular AR-style rifle manufacturers plans to launch a five-year, $20 million program to expand its manufacturing and customer service operations near Savannah, Ga.
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VIDEO: Yep, even deer need to pass gas

It's Friday and time for a little fun. Roughage is critical to a healthy body and deer, as you know, eat lots and lots of roughage. Sit back, relax, and enjoy the sounds of nature!
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Wisconsin board approves deer changes

Key provisions include; eliminating in-person deer registration in favor of online or phone registration, reducing the number of deer management units and creating county committees to advise the DNR on population goals.
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Interior secretary headlines outdoor-gear show

Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell made a pitch for a privately funded youth conservation corps and sought donations for the effort from executives at an outdoor-gear trade show.
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Maryland considers changing black bear hunt

Maryland may eliminate the quota system that has dictated the length of each season since bear hunting resumed in 2004 after a 51-year ban.
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VIDEO: Suspected burglar caught on trail cam

Trail cameras are one of the biggest items to hit the outdoor market. They can be used for almost anything. When not scouting for game try protecting your house like this family did.
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California Sen. Kevin de Leon knows nothing about guns

California Senator uses made-up facts and phrases to support gun-control agenda.
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Group seeks reports of cougars in Adirondacks

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service says cougars are extinct in the eastern United States, although they're plentiful out West. But there have been numerous anecdotal reports in the Adirondacks.
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