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Washington State OKs Hunt For Wolves Killing Sheep

State officials approved the killing of a portion of a wolf pack sending hunters aboard a helicopter to take aim at the wolves.
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Researchers Deepen Study Of Feral Hog Damage

Feral hogs are rooting up levees and snarfing down crops all around Louisiana, but nobody's sure just how much damage they're doing.
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VIDEO: Record Alligator Ate An Adult Deer Whole

Ever wondered what’s in the stomach of a potential world record alligator? Well, you’re about to find out.
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Savage Rifleman Rebate Promotion Is Going Strong

The Savage Rifleman Rebate offers customers any Savage Arms AXIS, AXIS XP or AXIS II rifle and a $50 rebate, or upgrade to a Trophy Hunter XP centerfire rifle package and get $75 cash back.
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Baraboo Waterfowl Museum Celebrates Its First Year

The museum features mounts of more than 60 species of waterfowl, all collected by Craig Swenson, an avid sportsman.
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Humane Society Trying To Ban Most Maine Bear Hunting

Animal rights advocates are at it again, pushing a ballot initiative to ban most popular methods of bear hunting in Maine.
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No Waiting For Nonresident Montana Big Game Tags

This marks the fourth year in a row the state has not been able to sell all of its big game tags, leaving an estimated $3.3 million in untapped revenue for Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks.
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Poor Gun Sales Force Remington To Lay Off 105

Country's oldest gunmaker issues pink slips as business shifts to new Alabama plant, and gun sales drop.
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22 States Honor Illinois' Concealed Carry Permit

A growing number of states have recognized Illinois' concealed carry weapons permit since the law took effect at the beginning of the year.
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Owl Enters 10th Story Apartment, Kills Canary

An owl flew into a 10th story apartment in Coeur d'Alene, apparently opened a bird cage and killed one of two canaries inside.
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