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Pre-Thanksgiving Turkey Hunt Back After 30 Years

With the state's wild turkey population swelling to the healthy level of more than 20,000, the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources decided to allow the hunt again for the first since it was ceased in 1984.
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Wheelchair Makes Hunting Accessible

“This is something that will make a disabled hunter's dreams come true. They won't ever be told them can't go where they want again.”
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21 States Push To Overturn Maryland Gun Law

Twenty-one states seek to overturn Maryland's tough gun-control law, contending that its provisions banning 45 assault weapons and limiting gun magazines to 10 rounds violate the Second Amendment right to keep firearms at home for self-protection.
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Busbices Stars Of New A&E Reality Show

Meet the Busbices, stars of A&E's new series “Country Buck$.” As son Matt Busbice, 32, is quick to point out, this is no “Duck Dynasty.”
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Rebounding Bobcats Showing Up In Central Indiana

Sightings of one of Indiana's most secretive inhabitants are on the rise as the largely nocturnal animals venture south from a northeastern Indiana stronghold into areas with favorable habitat.
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Outfitter Who Maimed Prey For Clients Sentenced

Authorities say he and his assistants would locate cats prior to a client's arrival and then “shorten up” the hunt by caging the animals, then releasing them when the client was present.
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Man Killed By Bear Likely Came Across Feeding

A panel of wildlife experts has concluded that a Utah man mauled to death in a remote area of northwest Wyoming in September likely happened upon a bear feeding on a deer.
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Tips To Avoid Deer-Vehicle Collisions

Best ways to avoid deer-vehicle collisions, according to the American Automobile Association.
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VIDEO: Hired Gun To Rid Rhode Island Town Of Coyotes

Residents of a Rhode Island town have enlisted a hired gun to rid the town of coyotes, responsible for several recent attacks on pets.
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DNR: Bobcat Sightings On The Rise Around Indiana

Indiana wildlife officials say bobcat sightings are on the rise and the state could someday allow a limited fur-trapping season for the wildcats.
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