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Bears Suspected In New Hampshire Car Break-Ins

Wildlife officials in New Hampshire believe a bear is to blame for a series of recent car break-ins.
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Maine Reduces Number Of Fall Moose Permits

The Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife is reducing the number of moose permits by 90 because of the impact of winter ticks.
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Judge Orders Wildlife Officials To Act On Lynx

It could take two years or more to finish a long-delayed recovery plan for Canada lynx after a judge ordered the federal government to move forward with the work.
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Maui Group: At Least 2,500 Axis Deer Killed

Axis deer are native to South Asia. The state brought a few deer to Maui in the 1950s to expand hunting opportunities for veterans.
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Bear Kills Oil Sands Worker In Alberta

Workers used air horns to scare away a black bear who appeared at an oil sands work site but they were unable to prevent him from dragging away a female employee and killing her.
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Tennessee Hosting Outdoors Workshop Aimed At Women

The workshop takes place June 6-8 and is an opportunity for anyone 18 or older to learn outdoor skills associated with hunting and fishing.
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Sitka Man Charged After Shooting Brown Bear

A man who killed a brown bear near a Sitka residential area has been charged with unlawful possession of game.
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Florida Panhandle Wolf Preserve Washed Out By Flood

Heavy rains washed away some 15 acres of enclosures at the Seacrest Wolf Preserve in the Florida Panhandle.
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South Dakota AG Challenges New York Gun Ban

A New York state ban on semi-automatic weapons sets a worrying precedent that could affect the rights of South Dakotans and people across the country to use such weapons in hunting.
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Bear Returns To Panama City After Being Relocated

A black bear that wildlife officials relocated to a forest some 90 miles away last month has made its way back to a Panama City neighborhood.
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