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Wandering Oregon Wolf May Have Found A Mate

Oregon's famous wandering gray wolf, dubbed OR-7, may have found the mate he has trekked thousands of miles looking for.
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Missouri Conservation Department To Hold Deer Meetings

The state's free-ranging white-tailed deer population supports 12,000 jobs and generates more than $1 billion in economic activity annually in Missouri.
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VIDEO: Predator Down Coyote Hunt With Olympic Arms

The coyote hunting pros from Predator Down show a contest winner from Olympic Arms how to hunt with an AR-15.
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Hunting Advocates To Resurrect Sunday Hunting Bill

Hunting advocates say they'll push again for a bill that would allow Sunday deer hunting with a bow and arrow on certain private property.
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Groups Call For Ban On Use Of Live Mammals As Bait

Reports of live animals such as domestic cats being used to bait coyote and bobcat traps prompted South Dakota's Game, Fish and Parks Commission to recently propose a ban.
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Maine Seeking Comments For Proposed Crow Hunt

Maine officials are soliciting comments about the proposed crow hunting seasons for 2015 and 2016.
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42 Kids Learn How To Be Game Wardens

Students were given crash courses in locating lost hikers and identifying birds and big game while learning how refuge managers and enforcement officers do their jobs.
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Free Fishing In Vermont On June 14

It's the one day in the summer when anglers can fish without a license in Vermont.
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Popular Squirrels A Nuisance To Ohio University

Squirrels that have taken on a minor celebrity status at a northeastern Ohio unvieristy have become a costly nuisance.
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Bears Suspected In New Hampshire Car Break-Ins

Wildlife officials in New Hampshire believe a bear is to blame for a series of recent car break-ins.
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