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Gun Classes Drawing More Women

Definitive data related to gun ownership by women is scarce and differs by source, but it's evident the gun industry views them as a fast-growing market.
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Idaho Poachers Taking Heavy Toll On Game

Poachers are likely killing far more game animals than wolves are, state wildlife officials in northern Idaho say.
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Bicyclist Struck By Deer While On Ride

A southwestern Pennsylvania man has broken vertebrae in his neck and back, nine broken ribs, a bruised lung and a concussion after a deer slammed into him while he was riding his bicycle.
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Bloomington Mayor Vetoes Preserve Deer Hunt Plan

“I simply see the problem created by the killing of animals as outweighing the problem being caused to plants,” Mayor Mark Kruzan said in a letter to the City Council.
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VIDEO: Hunters Save Trapped Boar

A group of Polish hunters rescue a wild boar that appears to be trapped in a poacher's snare.
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VIDEO: Tips For Coyote Hunting In Strong Winds

Mark Kayser offers his thoughts on the best ways to hunt coyotes in windy conditions.
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Sioux City Deer Population Dropping

The number of deer in Sioux City is dropping, but it's unclear whether the city ban on feeding deer and other wildlife should be credited for the decline.
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Famous Los Angeles Mountain Lion Exposed To Poison

A mountain lion that appeared strong and healthy when it was photographed as it ruled a wilderness park in the middle of Los Angeles has been exposed to rat poison and is suffering from mange.
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Florida Woman Doesn't Blame Bear For Her Attack

A Florida woman who was attacked by a bear says she doesn't want bears to be killed by wildlife officials for doing what wild animals do.
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Lake Sakakawea In Good Shape For Fishing

The good news for Lake Sakakawea anglers is the level of the reservoir could rise as much as 10 feet this summer.
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