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New Mexico Makes Progress Against Feral Pigs

Game officials say they have eliminated the majority of invasive porkers from 10 counties, and progress is being made in another seven counties where the pigs have taken up residency.
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Bear Attacks And Kills Suburban Dog

A black bear who was with three cubs attacked a Husky outside a home in Bloomfield, Connecticut.
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Charity Watchdog Strips Animal Rights Groups Of High Rating

Charity Navigator issues donation advisory for the Humane Society of the United States.
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Hunters Surveyed About Lead Ammunition

On the theory that what happens in California often drifts north, Oregon wildlife officials are surveying hunters in the state to gauge their opinions about lead ammunition.
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Wingshooting USA's New Season Coming Soon

Love dogs and bird hunting? You’ve got to watch the new season of America’s favorite upland hunting show, Scott Linden’s Wingshooting USA.
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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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