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Scientists Warn Of Faulty Wisconsin Wolf Estimates

Scientists are warning federal wildlife officials that Wisconsin's Department of Natural Resources produced a flawed wolf population estimate.
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Bighorn Deaths Reported In North Dakota Badlands

At least 20 bighorn sheep died from pneumonia in western North Dakota's badlands.
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Redneck Blinds Adds To Impressive Product Lineup

In addition, three independent, height-adjustable legs were engineered to conquer uneven ground; something most every hunter dreads when sitting in a ground blind.
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Plano Synergy Hires New Marketing/Pro Staff Coordinator

Always growing its pro staff — approximately 150 strong for Plano, Tenzing and Frabill — Plano Synergy uses these individuals to promote the benefits and functionality of its products.
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Pheasant Habitat Group Says Invest In Conservation

To help restore lost pheasant habitat and prevent future losses, the group suggested South Dakota take eight steps.
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Missouri Republicans Push For Gun Bill Victory

After multiple setbacks, a veto override would mark a victory in Missouri for backers of expanded gun rights.
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Live Traps Set For Mountain Lion That Attacked Boy

Wildlife crews in Northern California added an extra live trap in their ongoing search to catch a mountain lion that attacked a 6-year-old boy.
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Panera Bread Latest To Join "No Guns Allowed" Craze

Panera has asked its customers to not bring guns into its bakery-cafes, unless they are an authorized law enforcement officer.
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Feds Move To Ban Predator Hunting Practices In Alaska

Regulators say state is allowing illegal methods to help boost more popular game species.
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Andy Pettitte Skips Derek Jeter Day To Elk Hunt

There was one notable absence form Derek Jeter Day at Yankee Stadium. Andy Pettitte couldn't make it. That's OK, he was elk hunting!
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