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Hunter rescued after surviving 7 days in Alaska

Adrian Knopps' week and half long hunting and fishing trip turned into a battle for life and death.
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New DataSport fish and moon apps available

DataSport releases 2014 versions of The DataSport Fish & Game Forecast and Doug Hannon’s Moon Clock calculator and apps.
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Scott Walker signs bill creating new crossbow season

Gov. Scott Walker has signed into law a bill that creates a new open crossbow season to run concurrently with the archery deer season.
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Wetland is outdoor classroom for Alabama school system

Wetlands Edge, a partnership between Decatur schools and BP, is a 500-acre certified wildlife habitat with more than 100 animal species.
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Upstate New York woman attacked, injured by rabid bobcat

A bobcat that pounced onto a 49-year-old woman at the door to her Adirondack home has tested positive for rabies.
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Business booming for North Dakota woodworker who makes bows

Dale McKnight said when building bows, he shapes, sands and finishes them down to one-thousandth of an inch of the design for his customers.
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VIDEO: Elk herd tracked and collared from helicopter

Ever wondered how Game and Fish departments track and collar animals? In New Mexico, they do it by air. Watch as an elk herd is tracked, followed and collared.
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VIDEO: Airborne deer hits jogger

Imagine going out for your daily run and suddenly being smacked by a deer. That happened to a Virginia woman after the deer was struck by a SUV.
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Pennsylvania girl, 18, attacked by bear while deer hunting

Camille Marie Bomboy, 18, of Mill Hall, suffered severe bites on her arms and shoulders, and a deep cut on her head, authorities said.
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New York biologists study wild turkey population changes

A statewide effort to capture wild turkey hens and fit them with leg bands to obtain accurate data on survival and harvest is underway.
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