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New Hampshire offers free archery leagues

December 7, 2013
Archers wishing to keep their skills in tune over the winter can participate in free archery leagues offered by New Hampshire's Fish and Game Department.
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Feral hogs uproot sugar cane, rice fields, levees

December 7, 2013
Feral pigs are far more destructive than nutria and armadillos and constitute a threat to human beings, agriculture and the environment. They are everywhere, grazing on golf courses, sauntering onto airport runways and crashing into cars.
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South Dakota governor announces pheasant task force

December 6, 2013
Gov. Dennis Daugaard has announced the formation of a task force to find a balance between modern agricultural practices and wildlife-oriented land conservation.
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Deer rescued from thin ice of northeast Washington lake

December 6, 2013
Sure, it's cold this week across Washington but the ice on Liberty Lake near Spokane wasn't strong enough to support a deer.
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New Jersey's black bear hunt begins

December 6, 2013
The six-day hunt will take place in four designated areas in parts of Sussex, Warren, Morris, Passaic Bergen, Somerset and Hunterdon counties.
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Mississippi alligator infestation suit before high court

December 6, 2013
Couple says they didn't discover the 84-plus alligators on land next to their homestead until four years after they bought the property in southwest Mississippi.
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VIDEO: Deer wearing orange hunting vest hops on a boat

December 6, 2013
A fishing guide service was out on the Muskegon River in Western Michigan when a deer wearing an orange safety vest decided to board their boat.
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Ban on deer-dog hunting in Kisatchie is upheld

December 5, 2013
Safety concerns and disputes over land are two of the reasons Kisatchie National Forest, the only public land in Louisiana that allowed dog-deer hunting, sought to ban the sport in the Kisatchie.
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Idaho elk hunting proves more challenging

December 5, 2013
Eighty-thousand hunters try to bag an elk in Idaho each year, spending more than $70 million on the pursuit. Few are happy to have wolves as competition.
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Northwest Colorado hunting improves in 2013

December 5, 2013
With rapidly changing weather characterizing much of the fall, the 2013 hunting season showed a successful increase in big game hunting.
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