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Wisconsin Wolf Population Still Well Over Goal

April 29, 2014
The count is typically conducted during the time of year when the population is at its lowest point. The population can nearly double when pups are born in the spring.
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Turkey Hunting Season Opens In Connecticut

April 29, 2014
The state's turkey population is healthy but a bit smaller than it was a year ago at the start of hunting season.
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North Dakota Offers Fewest Deer Tags Since 1980

April 29, 2014
The number of deer gun hunting licenses that will be made available in North Dakota this year will be the lowest since 1980.
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450-Pound Alligator Caught On Pass Christian Beach

April 29, 2014
Responders were on the beach for about an hour trapping the alligator. It's not the first time Pass Christian police have responded to a call about an alligator.
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Thousands Of Dead Fish Lining Wisconsin Shorelines

April 29, 2014
The phenomenon is likely the result of thick ice that trapped fish in waters with low oxygen.
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NY Bans Hunting Of Free-Range Eurasian Boars

April 28, 2014
While New York tries to eradicate Eurasian boars from its fields and forests, environmental regulators have banned hunting or trapping them in the wild.
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Poachers Strike Texas Town Where Deer Roam Free

April 28, 2014
The tiny fishing village of Port Mansfield is offering a $25,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of a bow-and-arrow toting deer poacher.
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Zwickey Archery Is An Empire Of Arrowheads

April 28, 2014
First "Zwickery" was created to respond to changes in hunting laws that allowed bowhunters to shoot deer, elk and bear.
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NYC Using Trophy Cams To Nab Suspected Subway Thieves

April 28, 2014
The NYPD has deployed a series of five Bushnell Trophy Cams deep in the city’s subway system to nab would-be copper thieves.
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VIDEO: 9-Year-Old Shoots First Coyote

April 28, 2014
The pros from Predator Down take 9-year-old Braxton on his first coyote hunt.
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