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Sitka Officials Look For Bear That Ate Dog

A homeowner let her three dogs out and soon heard one yelp. The other two dogs ran off, but she found the bear eating the third.
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Researchers Wrapping Up Study Of Bear Abundance

Researchers at New Mexico State University are working to better estimate how many black bears there are in New Mexico.
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Uncrowded Fishing On Lakes Of Colville Reservation

Scattered about the million-acre reservation, two dozen of about 35 fishable lakes are open to non-tribal anglers. A few of them range from good to outstanding. All of them are crowd-free.
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Wildlife Officials May Suspend Antlerless Licenses

Wildlife officials want to suspend antlerless deer hunting in the northern third of Wisconsin to help the herd recover from two harsh winters.
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Breaking: Mathews Releases New 'Chill X' and 'Chill SDX'

Today Mathews launched two new bows, including one they say will appeal to the "all-around" archer — whether a competitive target shooter or serious hunter — and another that's designed for smaller-framed shooters and women.
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Camouflaged Hunter Struck, Killed On Highway

A hunter wearing “very elaborate” camouflage was killed when two vehicles struck him as he tried to cross a southern New Jersey highway.
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Duck Production Above Average

Louisiana duck hunters have been hearing for years that lean days are coming. But that's not likely to happen this year.
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Disease Rules For Some Deer Could Be Costly

The key to keeping Chronic Wasting Disease at bay in Missouri's white-tailed deer population is prevention.
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Judge Blocks Coyote Hunting Near Red Wolves

A federal judge in North Carolina ordered a stop to coyote hunting near the world's only wild population of endangered red wolves because the animals look so similar and are easily confused.
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Deer In Yakima Area Struggling To Survive

Central Washington's deer population into a steep decline with no rebound in sight.
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