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Maryland bear hunt closes at 94 animals killed

Maryland has closed its 2013 black bear hunting season with hunters reporting 94 bears killed in the western part of the state.
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South Carolina hunter bags 600-pound black bear

The South Carolina Department of Natural Resources says a 25-year-old hunter from Easley has bagged a record 600-pound black bear.
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Wildlife groups backs North Carolina coyote hunting rules

The N.C. Wildlife Resources Commission is supporting coyote hunting in the state after conservation groups filed a lawsuit saying the practice endangers the red wolf population.
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Pheasant licenses remain at Glendo, Springer hunts

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department says there are still some openings available for special pheasant hunts at Springer and Glendo.
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FWP searching for mountain lions near Missoula

State wildlife specialists are searching for mountain lions spotted near an elementary school in southwestern Missoula.
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Princeton decides against coyote hunt

Princeton's animal control advisory committee has decided against hiring sharpshooters to hunt coyotes.
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Wisconsin Senate to OK hunting discounts for vets

The Wisconsin Assembly is set to pass a bipartisan bill that would offer wounded veterans discounts on hunting and fishing licenses.
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Michigan hunters encouraged to join waterfowl contest

State officials and Consumers Energy are challenging Michigan hunters to go after waterfowl in seven Lower Peninsula locations.
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Kansas officials urge motorists to watch for deer

Kansas officials are warning motorists to watch out for deer as breeding season approaches.
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VIDEO: 72-year-old man survives wilderness on frog and squrriel diet

Anything can and will happen in the great outdoors. Take the experience of a 72-year-old man who was lost for 19 days but survived on frogs and squirrels because he was too exhausted to use his gun for big game.
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