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Auburn Studying Alabama Black Bear Population

The river that flows through Lookout Mountain in northeast Alabama creates a natural highway for black bears migrating from Georgia's rapidly developing Atlanta-Chattanooga corridor.
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Voters Decide To Keep Bear Baiting Legal In Maine

Bear hunting with bait, dogs, traps will stay legal in Maine because voters rejected a ballot initiative to ban the methods.
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Mathews Introduces Groundbreaking No Cam ST Technology

Mathews has launched four new 2015 bows, two of which feature all-new No Cam ST Technology.
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Election Results Show Major Shift For Gun, Sportsmen’s Rights

With pro-gun governors in charge of several key states and Republicans holding a majority in Congress, advocates say outdoor enthusiasts have a lot to celebrate on Nov. 5.
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Pope & Young Launches New Website

The new online experience, which kicked off Novemeber 1st, offers users stunning graphics, more videos, a user-friendly “Find a Measurer” feature and improved storefront.
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VIDEO: Deer Diseases — Bluetongue

Bluetongue is one of the most destructive whitetail diseases. Learn how you can spot it, what you should do if it pops up in your area, and more.
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Grizzly Bears Make Great Photographers

Wildlife photography is an exciting profession filled with unpredictable moments. Like when a grizzly decides to get a close look at the camera equipment!
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VIDEO: Black Bears Battle In Suburban Front Yard

Watch two black bears battle it out in a New Jersey neighborhood.
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Kansas Officials Play Up Revenue From Hunters

Kansas officials say hunters contributed more than $600 million to the state's economy last year, and they're hoping to increase that figure with a campaign to attract hunters from out of state.
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Shortage Of Game Wardens Critical In Kansas

Southwest Kansas has long been seen as a hunters' paradise, with some of America's biggest whitetail and mule deer bucks and some of the state's best pheasant populations. Now, it could be a paradise for poachers.
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