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VIDEO: Young Boy's Hunting Wish Comes True

A simple mix up made right, makes the day for a young Pennsylvania boy who wanted to go hunting but didn't have anyone to teach him.
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11,000 Missouri Deer Killed With Alternative Methods

Hunters have killed more than 11,000 Missouri deer this season with crossbows, spear-throwers and other alternative weapons.
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Wildlife Artists Angle For Top Prizes, Prestige

Wildlife art resonates among its fans because it transports them to the outdoors, collectors and dealers say. Hunters and anglers make up a significant part of the customer base, though its appeal is broader than that.
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New Oregon Law Eases Concealed Handgun Restriction

Oregon attracts many people from elsewhere, and a new law allows some of them to get a concealed handgun license.
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Pope & Young Conservation Raffle Offers Incredible Hunt

How does a 10-day hunt in the Last Frontier sound? Yep, the grand prize for this year’s raffle is an Alaskan adventure with The Perrins Rainy Pass Lodge.
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Officials: Utah Hunter Accidently Kills Gray Wolf

Utah wildlife officials say a coyote hunter accidentally shot and killed a federally-protected gray wolf.
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California Coyote Killed After It Bites Man, Child

Police shot and killed a wild and possibly sick coyote after it bit a man and a child and tried to attack a third person in separate attacks in residential neighborhoods on Christmas.
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Decision On N. Carolina Red Wolves Looms

Once common in the Southeast, the red wolf had been considered extinct in the wild as of 1980 because of factors including hunting and loss of habitat.
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New Hampshire Announces New Bear Guide Rules

New Hampshire has announced a new system for issuing the permits that regulate bear hunting guides.
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Coyote Hunting Contest Stirs Opposition In Nevada

Organizers defended the contest as a way to have fun, adding the state is teeming with coyotes and the animals prey on livestock and pets.
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