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Upper Midwest Wolf Population Rises Despite Hunts

The gray wolf population has increased slightly in the Western Great Lakes District, Minnesota, Wisconsin and Michigan, even as two of the three states have begun allowing wolf hunts.
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Missouri Officials, Hunters Seeing Fewer Deer

Missouri wildlife officials are considering more restrictions in whitetail deer hunting to reverse a continuing decline in the deer population, caused mostly by an outbreak of hemorrhagic disease and liberal hunting regulations.
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Lead Exposure At Nation's Gun Ranges Poses 'A Serious Problem'

A hidden risk lies within almost all of America's estimated 10,000 gun ranges: firing lead-based ammunition spreads vapor and dust filled with lead, an insidious toxin.
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Bear Bites Boy's Arm Off In Chinese Zoo

A bear in central China has bitten off the arm of a 9-year-old boy who tried to feed it through its cage, state media and a doctor said Sunday.
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Hunting Rights Issue Before Mississippi Voters

Mississippians will get the chance to decide whether hunting and fishing should be enshrined as constitutional rights on Nov. 4.
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Firearms Season For Deer Begins In Georgia

Wildlife officials say opening day likely to be the busiest hunting day of the year.
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Grand Teton Park Elk Hunt Gets Underway

Congress allowed the “controlled reduction” of elk when the park was created in 1950. Hunting is not allowed in most national parks, and the hunt in Grand Teton comes with restrictions.
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Muzzleloader Season Yields More Than 6,600 Deer

Officials say hunters in Ohio checked more than 6,600 antlerless white-tailed deer during the state's muzzleloader season last weekend.
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Wisconsin DNR To Close First Wolf Zone

Wisconsin wildlife officials are poised to close the first of six wolf hunting zones less than four days after the season began.
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VIDEO: Hot Shots Pin-Up Calendar Shoot Angers Some In Utah

A risque video shot in conservative Utah featuring bikini-clad women firing high-powered weapons and riding in tanks for a pinup calendar has raised the ire of a pair of law enforcement agencies who have found some of their officers appearing in the film.
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