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Elk Herd Thriving In Pennsylvania's Drilling Boom

Seven years into Pennsylvania's Marcellus Shale drilling boom, the state's elk population continues to flourish despite concerns about industrial footprints, wildlife displacement and habitat degradation.
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South Dakota Stores Prepare For Pheasant Season

About 100,000 hunters converge every year on the state's hunting fields. South Dakota officials say those hunters spend more than $200 million on their passion.
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Seal Beach To Continue Coyote Killing For 3 Weeks

The city of Seal Beach will continue to trap and kill coyotes for three more weeks in an effort to control the aggressive animals.
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Bear Hunters Will Get Cookbooks In New Jersey

Hunters who bring in a bear to be weighed in New Jersey once the season starts will receive a cookbook to remind them that the animals are edible.
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Difference-Making Deer Gear: Crossbows, Nocks, And Accessories

When it comes to driving pro shop profits, pursuit of the wily whitetail is the undisputed King. Check out some of the best in crossbows, nocks, and accessories.
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TrackingPoint Releases 'ShotGlass' For Precision Rifle Targeting

Similar to Google Glass, the new optic allows shooters to fire around corners and record their hits.
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Ruffed Grouse Society On National Grouse and Woodcock Hunt

The National Grouse and Woodcock Hunt is an unparalleled opportunity to study the population ecology of ruffed grouse and American woodcock.
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Easton Foundations And Archery Centers Choose Rinehart Targets

Built using Rinehart's Signature Series high-density foam, the Rinehart Wave can handle the repetitive shooting that a top-tier archery range such as the Easton Centers generates.
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VIDEO: Becoming An Outdoors Woman

The Becoming an Outdoors Woman program offers instruction and training to women who want to learn how to hunt and fish but don't know where to start.
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Michigan Widens Northern Farmers' Deer Hunt Rights

Farmers in five northern Lower Peninsula counties are getting a dispensation from Michigan to shoot deer as a way to reduce damage to their fruit trees and other crops.
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