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Missisquoi Delta Recognized As Important Wetland

Vermont's Missisquoi Bay delta and bay wetlands are being recognized as important wetlands.
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Cougar Estimates Criticized By Montana Hunters

Mountain lion hunters in northwestern Montana say state Fish, Wildlife and Parks estimates of the lion population in the Bitterrott Valley are too high.
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Bears Are Leaving Winter Dens, Looking For Food

Florida wildlife officials are warning residents to be on the lookout for bears on the move.
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Spring Wild Turkey Season Opens In North Dakota

North Dakota turkey populations statewide are relatively stable, though population trends have shifted in recent years.
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Squirrel Blamed For $300K Damage To Indiana Building

A wayward squirrel caused about $300,000 in damage to an eastern Indiana community center set to open in June.
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Vermont Holds Last 2 Annual Deer Hearings

The Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department will be holding two more public meetings next month to discuss management of the state's deer herd.
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Remington Recalls Some Model 700 And Model Seven Rifles

Remington Arms Company announced a voluntary recall of Model 700 and Model Seven rifles with X-Mark Pro (XMP) triggers, manufactured from May 1, 2006 to April 9, 2014.
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Florida Hunter Claims Panther Attacked Him

A Lake Wales hunter claims he was attacked by a Florida panther while calling turkeys near Lake Kissimmee.
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Encounters Between Floridians, Wildlife Increase

Whether it's bears wandering through neighborhoods, deer feasting on gardens, or raccoons slipping through the doggie door wildlife and people in Florida share the same space more often than not.
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Cemetery Copes With Deer Eating Gravesite Flowers

A Delaware cemetery is asking visitors to bring artificial flowers to gravesites, saying hungry deer are eating fresh floral arrangements there.
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