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Illinois Deer Hunters Increase Harvest 3 Percent

The Illinois Department of Natural Resources say deer hunters harvested about 76,500 deer during the seven-day traditional firearm season.
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Decision Opens Grand Teton Private Land To Hunting

Wildlife on private land within Grand Teton National Park is now under jurisdiction of the state of Wyoming and can be hunted, the National Park Service decided.
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Missouri Judges Question Felon's Claim To Guns

A measure voters put in place makes gun-control restrictions subject to strict legal scrutiny, but adds that it shouldn't be construed to prevent laws limiting the gun rights of "convicted violent felons."
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DNR: Hunters Used Dogs To Take 6 Wolves

Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources officials say wolf hunters trapped 80 percent of their kills and used dogs to take six animals.
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Hunters Against Hunger Program Stirs Debate

Although feeding the hungry is something virtually everyone supports, a vocal group of critics questions whether the free donation program encouraged hunters to take more game than they intended to personally use.
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Deer Hides Benefit Wildlife Rehab Center

The deer harvested now by some local hunters actually can help return injured birds of prey and other animals into the wild.
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How Deer Hunters Spend Their Money

Hunters show a preference for buying the latest weapons, the latest advances in ammunition, camouflage clothing and cover scents, but seldom devote the same time nor dollars for newer, safer fixed and climbing stands and the latest safety harnesses.
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Deer Hunter In Court After Allegedly Shooting Runner

Bail has been set at $4,000 for a deer hunter who police said shot a man who was running in the woods with his dog.
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Pro-Gun Control Surgeon General May Be Confirmed

The nominee to be America’s top doctor, Vivek Murthy, could get a confirmation vote in the last days of a Democrat-controlled Senate.
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Ohio National Park Plan Calls For 4-Year Deer Cull

Sharpshooters would kill as many as 350 deer annually for four years under a plan to reduce herd size in the Cuyahoga Valley National Park, under a plan announced this week.
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