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Bounty on nutria helps reduce Louisiana wetland damage

During the 2012-13 hunting season, hunters used rifles, shotguns and traps to kill 388,160 of the four-legged, orange-toothed critters that love to eat wetland grasses down to the roots.
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Miss Kansas bags buck during bow hunt

Miss Kansas traded evening gowns for camouflage when she went out on a deer bow hunt this winter in southeast Kansas.
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Ohio proposes bag limits for deer hunters

Ohio wildlife officials have proposed hunting policies that would reduce the bag limit for deer for most of the state's counties.
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DNR to hold public meetings on Minnesota deer goals

The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources plans to hold two public meetings this month on how best to manage deer populations in southeastern Minnesota.
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New bear-conflict business planned at Tahoe

A new group could soon be in the business of reducing conflicts between people and bears at Lake Tahoe.
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For bow-hunting bears, Ohioans must go elsewhere

It's about a 6 1/2-hour drive for Ohioans to reach their spot, yet they consider the drive a small price to pay for such a thrilling sport. There is no bear season in Ohio.
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Pennsylvania girl, 8, on target with sharpshooting skills

Alexis Dehner, winner of medals and trophies and a top-ranked bowman whose talent has been described in flowing terms by professional adult archers, is eight years old.
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Idaho trappers catch lynx; animal gets collar

State biologists have put a satellite-tracking collar on a female Canada lynx captured alive by two trappers in northern Idaho.
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Rabbit hunting offers chance for winter sport

Some people call the activity bowhunting for cottontail rabbits. Mark Zornes calls it losing arrows in the sage brush.
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Vermont officials warn residents about displaced bears

The Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department is warning residents about displaced, agitated bears due to the fickle winter.
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