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Public Shows Support For West Virgina Elk Restoration

The state hopes to bring elk from neighboring Kentucky to restore the state's herd. Some elk are already crossing the border.
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Winter Weather Leads To Special Louisiana Duck Season

Patient hunters rewarded! Their total bag among the four hunters in the blind consisted of 11 teal (nine bluewings, two greenwings), 10 grey ducks, one spoonbill and two summer mallards.
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Human Remains Found In Rubble Of Treestand Fire

Investigators say the man used an LP heater in the stand. No foul play is suspected. The remains have not been identified.
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Hunter Shoots At Dead Deer On Cart, Hits Other Man

Authorities say a man who had shot a deer in the Hudson Valley woods was hauling it away on a cart when he was wounded by second hunter firing at the dead animal.
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Hunting Club May Cancel $350K Rhino Hunt

The safari club has defended the planned hunt, noting that auction proceeds would go to a trust fund administered by the Namibian government to help boost the black rhino population.
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Idaho Teacher Kills, Skins Rabbit In Class

An Idaho biology teacher is facing possible disciplinary action after killing and skinning a rabbit in class to show students where their food comes from.
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Mule Deer Projects Approved

The Wyoming Game and Fish Commission has approved funding for several projects to improve habitat for mule deer in Carbon County.
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Coyotes More Visible During Harvest Time

Wildlife officials say sightings of coyotes are increasing as the animals go on the prowl without the cover of now-harvested farm fields.
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Second Lawsuit Filed Against Idaho Wolf Derby

Three environmental groups have filed a lawsuit seeking to halt a wolf-and coyote-hunting derby on public lands set for early January in east-central Idaho.
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REPORT: Colt May Default After Poor Quarterly Results

One of the nation's oldest gun companies is telling the SEC it can't make a $10 million payment to bondholders due to a 60 percent drop in revenue.
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