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North Dakota Hunters Less Successful As Deer Numbers Fall

North Dakota hunters had a smaller chance of downing a doe or buck last season among the lowest deer population in three decades, and wildlife officials say stemming the decline of the animals' habitat is key to restoring both.
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Oregon Officials Halt Search For Possible 3rd Cougar

Oregon wildlife officials have removed a cougar trap from a Eugene park even though trail cameras have shown a third cougar in the area. Two other cougars were earlier trapped and killed after recent livestock kills.
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Research Shows Low Cougar Survival Rate In Jackson Hole

New research shows that only 7 percent of mountain lions in the Jackson Hole area are surviving into adulthood.
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VIDEO: Shark attack during fish cull

A Caribbean reef shark got a little toothy during a spearfishing trip for lionfish.
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VIDEO: Moose calf caught in gate

Men save moose whose hooves were stuck in fence slats.
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Wyoming Game and Fish to hold hunting season meetings

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department will hold public meetings as it works on setting the rules for big-game hunting seasons this fall.
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Officials explore new way to bait, kill wild hogs

Add up all the wild hogs in Louisiana, and you get roughly the same number of people who live in Baton Rouge and New Orleans combined.
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Coyote to be taken to unpopulated area

A coyote was safely caught inside the garage of a state office building in downtown Jackson, Mississippi.
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A plague of undersized speckled trout

Why the marshes have been hit with a plague of undersized trout is anyone's guess. Anglers have theorized it's the result of a really strong spawn during the summer of 2013, but it's too soon to tell whether that's the case.
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Shoshone plan vehicle access raises concerns

Environmental groups say they object to a plan that could allow more vehicles within the boundaries of Shoshone National Forest.
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