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Grand Coulee Fishing Spot Closed Since 9/11 Opens

A popular fishing spot below the Grand Coulee Dam has reopened for the first time since the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001.
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Mule Deer Herd's 150-Mile Migration Is Longest Recorded

It is the farthest recorded mule deer migration in the world, and an ancient rite vital to the long-term survival of Wyoming's iconic mule deer populations.
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Wisconsin DNR Assessing Winter Deer Kill

Wisconsin wildlife officials are using road-kill and radio-tracking data to assess the harsh winter's effect on the state's deer herd.
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Road Kill Bill Would Make Claiming Animals Simpler

A bill to simplify the road kill claiming process and allow more people to keep dead animals for food, bait or pelts is on its way to becoming Michigan law.
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VIDEO: Moose Charges Snowmobile, Flees After Warning Shot

Janis and Bob Powell say they were just outside of Jackman when they came across a moose. They say the animal stopped and charged at them.
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Missouri Republicans Outline New Gun Proposal

Republicans have been divided on how to punish potential violators of the legislation dubbed the “Second Amendment Preservation Act.”
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California Regulators Propose Coyote-Killing Ban

California wildlife regulators are proposing a ban on contests that reward hunters who kill coyotes and other predators.
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Wild Turkey Season Opening In Ohio

Hunters may use shotguns or archery equipment. The wild turkey hunting season ends on Sunday, May 18. Ohio currently has about 180,000 wild turkeys.
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Gun Classes Drawing More Women

Definitive data related to gun ownership by women is scarce and differs by source, but it's evident the gun industry views them as a fast-growing market.
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Idaho Poachers Taking Heavy Toll On Game

Poachers are likely killing far more game animals than wolves are, state wildlife officials in northern Idaho say.
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