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DNR program brings in deer meat to feed hungry

Too many deer; too little meat for the needy. What does Indiana do?
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Man accused of leasing hunting land he doesn't own

A Wisconsin man is facing theft charges after officials say he sold hunting rights on property he didn't own.
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Man cited for illegal hunting, canoe got stuck

A man was cited for hunting without landowner permission after a canoe carrying the man, a boy and a deer carcass got stuck in an ice jam in the headwaters of the Jefferson River.
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Game and Fish expects good waterfowl hunting

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department says hunting for ducks and geese should be good as long as waters remain open.
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Archery event set at Platte River State Park

The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission has scheduled an archery event for Dec. 7 as part of its new archery emphasis.
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14 bears killed so far in Nevada bear hunt

Wildlife commissioners set a quota of 20 bears for 2013. The season ends Dec. 31 unless 20 bears are killed before then.
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VIDEO: Shark nearly chokes on moose

Would you yank an item from a shark's mouth to keep it from choking? Two Canadian men did just that and saved a Greenland shark from a moose carcass.
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VIDEO: Hunters save dog trapped in frozen lake

Man's best friend is man's best friend. Watch as a group of hunters risk their lives to save a dog trapped in a frozen lake.
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At least 11 wolves killed in Michigan hunt

At least 11 wolves have been killed during the wolf hunt in the Upper Peninsula, putting the state on pace to meet the limit for Michigan's first wolf hunt in decades, officials said.
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Nebraska Game and Parks offers online waterfowl videos

The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission is offering instructional videos for waterfowl hunters on YouTube.
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