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Vermont to cut moose hunt permits by 20 percent

Vermont regulators want to cut the number of moose hunting permits by 20 percent because the herd is below its target population.
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Police in Utah school district armed with rifles

Police officers tasked with keeping students safe in one of Utah's largest school districts have been given a tool they think could save lives if a gunman attacks AR15 and M16 rifles.
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Quality Archery Designs seeks Lead Engineer/Technical Director

Virginia-based archery accessories specialist seeks experienced engineer.
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VIDEO: Drone films dolphin stampede, whales

Footage of a huge mega-pod of thousands of common dolphins stampeding off Dana Point, California.
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Connecticut gun confiscation fears increase

A letter reportedly drafted by state law enforcement officials asks gun owners who didn't register AR-style rifles and magazines to dispose of their firearms or move them out of state.
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No charges in target shooting death of young girl

A southwest Missouri prosecutor will not file charges against a man who shot a 4-year-old girl to death while he was target shooting.
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Indiana hunters donate venison to food pantries

The state Department of Natural Resources says Indiana hunters donated nearly 67,000 pounds of venison to food pantries during the 2013-2014 hunting season.
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Macaluso: Fight over red snapper has to stop

It's amazing to think anyone in Louisiana would try to derail recreational fishing efforts in our Sportsman's Paradise.
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Western NY city to bait, shoot surging deer herd

A western New York city is bringing back a bait-and-shoot program to reduce a surging deer population that's causing damage to property and hazards to motorists.
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Study looks at how wolverines react to recreation

Researchers are studying the effects of winter recreation on wolverines in northwest Wyoming.
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