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7 Beaufort County communities culling deer

December 16, 2013
Seven Beaufort County communities have received state permits to reduce the county's deer population by 200 deer.
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Boulder hazing to drive off coyotes successful

December 16, 2013
Boulder wildlife officials are declaring victory and canceling a program hazing coyotes to keep them away from humans.
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Wisconisn DNR reminds Iraq vets of free licenses

December 16, 2013
Vouchers are available for all state residents who served on active duty in Operation Iraqi Freedom or Operation Enduring Freedom eligible for a free small game, archery deer, gun deer or fishing license.
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West Virginia deer farm continues after spouse's death

December 15, 2013
John and Kathy Rose started raising deer in 2004, building several pens with 10-foot-tall fencing on their 100-acre property. The farm now boasts 39 white-tailed deer and five elk.
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Wildlife chief: Big cats just a Louisiana fantasy

December 15, 2013
Black panther hoaxes, as well as reported sightings of large tan cats like cougars or mountain lions, become so numerous during hunting season.
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New Hampshire Outdoor Women program coming this winter

December 15, 2013
Women interested in learning outdoor skills ranging from survival in the cold to ice fishing can sign up for a one-day workshop offered by the New Hampshire Fish and Game Department.
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Wolf kill total remains 20 in chill-slowed Upper Peninsula hunt

December 15, 2013
The take in the first Upper Peninsula wolf hunt in four decades remains at 20, as frigid weather continues to keep the killing down.
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Mountain lion hunting closed in southwest North Dakota

December 15, 2013
Late-season mountain lion hunting in southwestern North Dakota is closed, after the seventh big cat was killed.
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Deep snow and cold already affecting Minnesota deer

December 15, 2013
The winter has gotten off to a challenging start for white-tailed deer in northeastern Minnesota, where the deep snow and bitter cold already are pushing them into mid-winter behavior patterns.
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Nevada sage grouse critics call feds closed-minded

December 15, 2013
An ex-state lawmaker and longtime critic of U.S. land managers says he's convinced the feds have already made up their mind to list the Greater sage grouse as a threatened or endangered species.
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