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Reward up to $20,000 in whooping crane shooting

Information about the shooting of two endangered whooping cranes in Jefferson Davis Parish could be worth $20,000.
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TVA spring sport fish survey to begin

TVA biologists conduct the survey in order to assess the overall health of species such as crappie and black bass on nine TVA reservoirs in Alabama and Tennessee.
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VIDEO: Bald eagles caught in fierce fight

The four-hour battle ended when a local tree company volunteered to break up the tree fight.
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Shooters to aim at feral hogs from helicopters

Louisiana has hired marksmen to shoot feral hogs from helicopters at two wildlife management areas in the southern part of the state.
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Bill seeking more wolf study heads to committee

Opponents of Minnesota's wolf hunt will take their case to state lawmakers this week.
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Officials hope to release rehabilitated panther

Wildlife officials hope to finally release an endangered Florida panther that was rehabilitated after a car crash.
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Wildlife commission votes on longer stays

Louisiana amends the 2014-2015 resident-game hunting regulations to allow hunters a three-day possession limit of small game, rabbit, squirrels and quail, but kept the daily limits of eight on squirrels and rabbits and 10 per day on quail.
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Biologist: cougar killed goats in Eugene, Ore.

An Oregon wildlife biologist says a cougar was responsible for killing two goats and some chickens over three consecutive nights at a home near an 80-acre park in south Eugene.
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Wyoming residents asked to be mindful of moose

Wildlife officials are asking residents in a handful of western and northwestern Wyoming towns to be mindful of moose and other wildlife that may show up in neighborhoods.
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Ketchikan gains young archers

Students use NASP-approved equipment to learn how to string the bow, nock the arrow and release the arrow at the target, according to NASP's website.
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