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Feds Would Pay Florida Landowners For Panther Habitat

Federal wildlife officials want to pay Florida landowners to maintain their property as habitat for endangered panthers.
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Deadline Is May 30 For Moose Hunt Lottery

New Hampshire is offering permits to 124 winners for this year's moose hunt, which runs from Oct. 18-26.
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Can US Eliminate Invasive Species By Eating Them?

Damage from invasive species extends beyond the environment. A Cornell University study concluded that they caused more than $120 billion in economic harm annually.
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Michigan Catch-And-Release Bass Season To Start

Michigan's new license season began April 1. Anglers need to be sure they have purchased a new fishing license for this season.
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Man Who Shot Gator For South Carolina Will Not Be Called Again

Raymond Covington says not being on the state's call list for nuisance alligators is no big deal because he only received $100 a call.
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Tally For Wild Turkey Hunting Season Down Slightly

Hunters killed more than 13,500 Illinois wild turkeys during the spring season that just ended.
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South Dakota Supreme Court Frees Hunting Lodge From Tax Burden

The South Dakota Supreme Court has freed a hunting lodge near Agar from taxes imposed after a Department of Revenue audit. The disputed taxes and interest amount to about $17,400.
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Louisiana's Free Fishing Weekend June 7-8

Those who love to fish or newcomers to the sport can do so for free the first weekend in June.
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Santa Clara Man Fined For Poaching Trophy Buck

Daniel Gomez was ordered to pay $6,000 for poaching a buck that scored 184 inches and was considered a trophy.
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New Fish Species Named In Honor Of Virginia Scientist

The Virginia Institute of Marine Sciences says the honor was bestowed by two Smithsonian scientists who published a paper on a new species of sea bass.
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