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Illinois House OKs Measure To Allow Bobcat Hunting

Illinois lawmakers have advanced a proposal to allow bobcat hunting for the first time in more than 40 years.
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Outdoor Legacy Foundation Receives Land Donation

The area attracts osprey, teal, marsh wrens and other wildlife.
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Governor Signs Wolf-Control Bill

Idaho Gov. C.L. “Butch” Otter has signed a bill to create a state board that will work to control the growth of wolf populations in the state.
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Frogs Are Croaking In Arkansas Hill Country

Bullfrogs can be hunted in Arkansas from April to December each year. Eighteen a day can be bagged for personal use.
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Wandering Wolf's Signal Ready To Fade

A wandering wolf whose trek across Oregon and Northern California attracted worldwide attention could soon fade from the public spotlight.
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Bowhunting Industry Veteran Bob Mizek Joins Bear Archery

Project Manager duties will include collaborating with engineering, manufacturing, sales, and marketing teams.
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VIDEO: "Duck Dynasty" stars OK if show ended today

Willie and Korie Roberston are proud of their work, family, and faith. As season 5 comes to a close the couple reflects on where they've been and what the future may hold.
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Nebraska Turkey Season Has Opened For Archers

Hunters under age 16 need a youth spring turkey permit; hunters age 16 and older need a spring turkey permit.
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Utah Asks For Help In Raising Pheasants For Hunt

The agency is asking Utah residents to adopt the chicks in May and raise the birds until fall, when they will be released into wilderness areas established by the division.
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California State Senator Accused Of Gun Charges

A California state senator who advocated gun control legislation asked for campaign donations in exchange for introducing an undercover FBI agent to an arms trafficker and told him how to get shoulder-fired automatic weapons and missiles from a Muslim separatist group.
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