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Park Rangers Say Bear Sightings Could Increase

National Park Service rangers say bear sightings could increase this year in East Tennessee and southeast Kentucky.
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6,000 Bass Fingerlings Introduced Into False River

6,000 Florida-strain largemouth bass fingerlings were released into False River as part of the effort to return the ailing oxbow lake to its former distinction as a fishing paradise.
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Volunteers Needed To Assess Mule Deer Mortality Rates

Surveys will cover the Wyoming Range and Uinta mule deer herds and will determine which age class was hit the hardest during the winter.
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Wisconsin DNR To Start Deer Management Program

State wildlife officials say they'll start enrolling landowners in their new local deer management assistance program later this month.
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NY State '13 Deer Harvest Nearly The Same As '12

Hunters harvested more than 243,000 deer in New York state during the 2013 hunting season, nearly the same as the take for the previous year.
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Participation Soars At State Archery Tournament

Archers from Hankinson, Wahpeton and Wilton took top honors at a annual North Dakota archery tournament.
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Survey Reduces Estimated Michigan Wolf Population

The estimated number of gray wolves in Michigan's Upper Peninsula has declined for the second consecutive year.
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NRA Seeks Universal Gun Law At National Meeting

The nation's largest gun-rights group wants Congress to require that concealed weapons permits issued in one state be recognized everywhere, even when the local requirements differ.
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Number Of Deer Hunting Licenses Could Be Reduced

The number of deer hunting licenses available in South Dakota for the upcoming season could be significantly reduced.
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Airport Wants Help From Hunters To Cull Geese

Rapid City Regional Airport officials hope to enlist hunters in an effort to curb rising numbers of migrating Canada geese which pose an increasing threat to aircraft.
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