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New Hampshire officials open annual moose permit lottery

Wildlife officials expect the number of permits being raffled off in June will be about 124, down significantly from the 275 permits awarded in recent years.
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About 50 pronghorn tough out Jackson Hole winter

Several pronghorn that didn't migrate out of Jackson Hole last fall are toughing out winter on the National Elk Refuge.
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W.Va. DNR proposes changing archery seasons' start

State wildlife biologists want to move the opening day of West Virginia's deer, bear and wild boar archery seasons to the last Saturday in September.
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Wild hogs pose problems in Manatee County

Wild hogs are posing a problem for homeowners in Manatee County.
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Maine group plants salmon eggs to boost numbers

A Maine conservation group is planting salmon eggs in three rivers in hopes of increasing the Atlantic Salmon population.
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Maine says bear program is a success

Maine wildlife biologists are checking on hibernating black bears this month against the backdrop of an anticipated November ballot initiative aimed at banning bear hunting using bait, dogs and traps.
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Randy Howell wins Bassmaster Classic

Alabama angler Randy Howell won the Bassmaster Classic, finishing with a three-day total of 67 pounds, 8 ounces on Lake Guntersville.
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NYC to survey Bronx deer population

New York City's Department of Parks and Recreation is starting an aerial survey of the deer population of the Bronx.
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Washington state granting cougar hunts using hounds

The state Department of Fish and Wildlife has issued five special permits in the Methow Valley allowing hunters to use dogs to track and kill cougars in response to numerous problems this winter.
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New Hampshire trophy fish winners announced

New Hampshire Fish and Game officials say anglers pulled in some record fish last year.
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