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Vermont Moose Permit Auction Open Till August 14

While Vermont's lottery for moose hunting permits has closed, there's still another chance to a get a prized permit.
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Archery Deer Hunt Scheduled On Prison Property

An experimental antlerless deer archery season will open this fall on the North Dakota Corrections Department land south of Bismarck.
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Family Grows Resort Into Trout Fishing Destination

A decade and a half ago, the place where West Virginia's Elk River rises full-blown from the ground was known only to locals and to die-hard trout fishermen.
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Wyoming Study Finds Cougars Avoid Wolf Territory

Mountain lions go out of their way to avoid wolves, according to new research done in northwest Wyoming.
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Bacon Preservative Tested As Feral Hog Poison

A preservative used to cure bacon is being tested as poison for the nation's estimated 5 million feral hogs.
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VIDEO: Bear Likes To Watch Alaskan Baseball

Baseball is the American pastime. It also seems Alaskan bears love the action on the diamond.
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Kansas To Allow Concealed Guns In Statehouse

Visitors will be allowed to bring concealed guns into the Kansas Statehouse starting in July.
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Florida Panther Population Is Rising Experts Say

There may now be as many as 180 endangered Florida panthers roaming in the wild.
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Wisconsin Wants To Scale Back Annual Wolf Hunt

Wisconsin wildlife officials want to dramatically scale back the state's third annual wolf hunt this fall, saying the wolf population is decreasing as planned.
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Sunday Hunting Lawsuit Dismissed By Federal Judge

A federal judge dismissed a lawsuit that had challenged Pennsylvania's long-standing ban on Sunday hunting, saying she saw no proof the hunters' constitutionally protected rights were being harmed.
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