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Outfitter Pleads Guilty To Federal Wildlife Charge

A western Colorado outfitter pleaded guilty to a federal wildlife charge after he was accused of capturing and maiming mountain lions and bobcats to make hunting easier for clients.
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Still Time To Get Utah Elk Permits

If you haven't obtained an archery big game hunting permit yet, no problem-there's still a chance to hunt in Utah this fall.
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Pronghorn, Elk, Bear, And More Licenses Still Avialble In Colorado

There are still approximately 20,000 leftover big-game and turkey licenses are available, giving hunters plenty of opportunity to harvest a variety of species.
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Rabbit Meat At Whole Foods Causes Stir

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One of America’s favorite and most respected grocers is selling rabbit meat, and unfortunately drawing waves of criticism for it.
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Wolf Attacks Killing Michigan Hunting Dogs

A dog has died following a wolf attack in Michigan's Upper Peninsula, bringing the total number of dogs killed in recent days to five.
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VIDEO: Former Pro QB And Model Wife Get Hunting Show

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What do athletes do when they retire or find themselves with more free time than usual? Simple. Start a Realty TV hunting show.
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Moose Permit Auction Nets $23,500

Proceeds from the auction help support fish and wildlife initiatives and education programs run by the state Fish and Game Department.
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Michigan Senate Passes Pro-Wolf Hunt Initiative

Vote makes moot two statewide votes forced by animal rights organizations that oppose hunting the the resurgent gray wolf in the Upper Peninsula.
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57-Year-Old Woman Survives Alaska Bear Mauling

Alaska State Troopers say a 57-year-old woman drove herself to a hospital after she was mauled by a brown bear.
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Wisconsin Approves Crossbow Hunting Season

Creating the new crossbow season ran into some opposition from traditional bow-and-arrow hunters who worried that allowing a crossbow would taint archery hunting.
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