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Inbreeding found in S. California mountain lions

Three mountain lion kittens born last month in the Santa Monica Mountains were inbred, a wildlife expert said, marking a troubling sign for a population penned in by the urban sprawl of metropolitan Los Angeles.
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Oregon man can keep pet lynx, for now

A 16-year-old Siberian lynx will get to stay with the only owner she's ever known while a state senator tries to add flexibility to an Oregon law that bans exotic pets.
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New Mexico to relocate nearly 200 pronghorn

State wildlife officials plan to capture and relocate almost 200 pronghorn from a northern New Mexico ranch.
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Pennsylvania gunsmith sought out for special skills

As one of a dwindling number of gunsmiths in the country, Mike Crevar and his expertise remain in high demand by hunters, collectors and gun aficionados near and far.
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2013: Another record year for gun sales

Figures recently released by the FBI indicate that 2013 was another record year for gun sales in the United States, marking a nearly 8 percent increase in background checks over 2012.
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At least 118 sandhill cranes taken in first hunt

Tennessee officials say hunters took at least 118 sandhill cranes during the state's first season.
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Illinois trying to limit spread of deer disease

Illinois wildlife officials want to persuade landowners in some northern Illinois counties to let them shoot deer to control the spread of chronic wasting disease.
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Report: US spent $200K to protect farmer's cattle

The U.S. government paid more than $200,000 to help an Upper Peninsula farmer protect his cattle from wolves, according to a published report.
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Youth Goose Hunt carries on tradition for 24 years

Sam Koenecke remembers tagging along with his father and his uncle on a goose hunt when he was 8 years old.
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Judge rules Chicago must allow gun sales

In a move that could have far reaching implications for gun retailers nationwide, a U.S. District Court in Illinois has ruled that Chicago must lift its ban on the sale of firearms in the city.
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