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Mysterious 'Coywolf' Could Be Prowling The Eastern Woods

Wolf, dog, coyote hybrid is 40 percent larger than Western coyotes and hunts in packs like wolves.
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Iowa DNR Says Pheasant Population Is High

A record low 40,000 hunters pursued pheasants last year. The latest roadside index indicates hunters could harvest more than 250,000 birds.
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Bobcat Hunting Limit Removed As Population Grows

State wildlife managers are removing hunting and trapping limits on bobcats, saying the animal's numbers are growing in Utah.
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Processing Alligators Is A Growing Business

“Every little restaurant wants to serve alligator,” said Kelvin Townsend, an alligator farmer and processor in LaBelle. “And now that they've seen the TV shows, everyone wants to kill an alligator.”
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VIDEO: Ram Knocks Drone From Sky, Chases Photographer

Not everyone finds drones to be cool little toys, especially this ram.
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Alabama Amendment Would Address Gun Ownership

A proposed amendment to the Alabama Constitution would make owning firearms a fundamental right, and measures to control weapons would have to pass the toughest review by state courts.
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VIDEO: Bear Tries To Break Into Family's Camping Trailer

Sami Graham says she and her children were inside their trailer when the bear began rocking the trailer and scratching at the door.
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Louisiana Is Tax Free For Hunters September 5-7

They don't call Louisiana the Sportsman's Paradise for nothing! Gear up for hunting season and pay no sales tax.
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Bison Hunt Starts Slowly In Northwest Wyoming

Hunters haven't had much success at the start of the annual Jackson Hole bison hunt in northwest Wyoming.
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Vermont Seeks Bear Teeth From Successful Hunters

The Vermont Department of Fish and Wildlife is asking the state's successful bear hunters to submit a tooth to biologists so they can collect information about the bear population.
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