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Wisconsin DNR launches aerial deer survey

Wisconsin wildlife officials say people may spot low-flying helicopters or fixed-wing planes buzzing around southern Wisconsin over the next few months.
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Wyoming man overcomes grizzly bear attack

Five surgeries and five months later, Nic Patrick still carries the scars, but feels no animosity toward the grizzly sow that nearly bit his head off June 20 on the South Fork.
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Ohio monitors deer for health, public safety

Ohio's Division of Wildlife is monitoring deer around the state for reasons including health and public safety as deer-gun season opens this week.
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Nebraska deer program helping to feed the hungry

The Hunters Helping the Hungry program has received 236 deer so far this year, with some deer-hunting seasons still underway. Last year, hunters donated 213 deer.
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Vermont muzzleloading and 2nd bow deer seasons soon

The rifle season ends this Sunday, but the state's muzzleloader and second archery seasons are set for Dec. 7-15.
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Georgia wildlife area expands by 1,390 acres

Hunters will now have more opportunities to pursue deer, turkey and small game in the expanded area.
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Iowa, US sees increase in hunting by women

Jessica Weiland thinks her hunting epiphany came when she harvested an eight-point white-tailed buck her first time out, during Iowa's December 2003 shotgun season.
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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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