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Illinois tells PETA no on using drones to interfere with hunters and fishermen

PETA was launching an effort to use drones to interfere with hunters and fishermen but a new Illinois law tells PETA to leave sportsmen alone.
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Final Michigan wolf hunt kill 23, short of quota

Twenty-three wolves were killed in the Upper Peninsula during Michigan's first wolf hunt in four decades.
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Illinois extends controlled pheasant hunting season

Illinois officials are extending the controlled pheasant hunting season at three state sites.
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Illinois preps for possibility of wolf population

Since the first confirmed sighting in the state in 150 years, in 2002, wolf sightings have gone from rare to regular, with at least five in the last three years.
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2013 New Hampshire bear harvest back down to average

New Hampshire hunters bagged 569 bears last year, a number wildlife experts say is close to ideal.
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Vermont fishing regulations change with New Year

Vermont anglers are going to have a number of new fishing opportunities in the New Year.
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Emerald Isle to hold annual controlled deer hunts

Emerald Isle will begin annual controlled hunts to deal with the town's growing deer population, rather than holding them just every other year.
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Coyote snatched Illinois woman's pet dog

A suburban Chicago pet owner says her dog was snatched by coyote.
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Bear bit Florida woman in face during attack

Wildlife officials released a report about the confrontation earlier this month between the bear and Susan Chalfant.
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Numbers show new Vermont bear season works

More than 10,000 hunters bought special tags to hunt bears during Vermont's first two-part bear season in 2013.
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