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3 Rehabilitated Bobcats Released In Northern New Mexico

April 9, 2014
The New Mexico Department of Game and Fish has returned three young bobcats to the wild.
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$6,500 Reward In Shooting Alligators In Arkansas

April 9, 2014
State and federal agencies are offering a $6,500 reward for information leading to those who shot and killed two alligators in the Pond Creek National Wildlife Refuge in southwestern Arkansas.
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Gander Mountain Remodeling Guns-Only Stores

April 9, 2014
Big box outdoor retailer Gander Mountain has been experimenting with a number of firearms-only stores for the past year, but that experiment is ending.
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Tracking Point Releases New Video On Smart AR

April 9, 2014
You’ve probably read about the new Smart AR by Tracking Point — The 500 Series AR — now check out a new video showing how the technology actually works. Coyotes don’t stand a chance!
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Duck Hunter Recalls 50 Years Along The Susquehanna

April 8, 2014
John R. McDonald was 24 when a friend, the late Bill Shutt, invited him to go on a duck hunt with him. He was immediately hooked and would immerse himself in the waterfowling culture for the next five decades.
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Man Pleads In Michigan Cougar Poaching Case

April 8, 2014
A southern Michigan man has accepted a plea deal in an Upper Peninsula cougar poaching case and been sentenced to community service and fines.
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Missing Pet Bobcat Removed From New Jersey Home

April 8, 2014
Authorities have taken a missing pet bobcat to a zoo after its owner found the animal not far from its southern New Jersey home.
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VIDEO: Watch A Python Eat A Croc

April 8, 2014
Crocodiles and snakes have a tendency to make some people cringe. How about watching a python eat a croc? That should turn the tables on your childhood nightmares—or create new ones.
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Steyr Arms Expands Operations In Alabama

April 8, 2014
Alabama again benefits from firearms’ manufacturers in its state. Steyr Arms, manufacturer of high-end firearms, expanded its operation in the Birmingham area.
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Slow Start For NY Town Using Birth Control On Deer

April 7, 2014
Heavy snow and red tape resulted in a disappointingly slow start for a pioneering program in a New York suburb to use birth control as a no-kill way to thin the numbers of deer.
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