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Nebraska Turkey Season Has Opened For Archers

Hunters under age 16 need a youth spring turkey permit; hunters age 16 and older need a spring turkey permit.
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Utah Asks For Help In Raising Pheasants For Hunt

The agency is asking Utah residents to adopt the chicks in May and raise the birds until fall, when they will be released into wilderness areas established by the division.
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California State Senator Accused Of Gun Charges

A California state senator who advocated gun control legislation asked for campaign donations in exchange for introducing an undercover FBI agent to an arms trafficker and told him how to get shoulder-fired automatic weapons and missiles from a Muslim separatist group.
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Sen. Dianne Feinstein Urges Ban On Semi-Auto Rifle Imports

Christian Lowe
The California senator is circulating a letter in Congress that asks President Barack Obama to impose a ban on semi-automatic rifles and so-called 'assault pistols' that are imported from overseas.
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Hunting With A Suppressor Soon To Be Legal In Georgia

Mark Olis
With HB 60 sitting on the Governor’s desk, suppressor hunting will soon be legal in Georgia. This is just the most recent advancement in the legal use of hunting suppressed and the momentum continues nationwide.
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Wildlife Officials Capture, Relocate Florida Panther

A Florida panther found near the beach in Naples has been relocated to a more suitable habitat.
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Agencies Create Access For Hunting In Western New Mexico

A gate installed by the State Land Office and the New Mexico Game and Fish Department will make accessible to hunters some 10,000 acres in Cibola County.
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New York Church Spurns Critics, Raffles Second AR-15 Rifle

Christian Lowe
Rev. George Koletas of Grace Baptist Church near Troy, N.Y., decided to hold a second AR-15 rifle giveaway after critics said his move was "against everything the Bible teaches."
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$1.1 Billion To State Wildlife Agencies From Excise Taxes On Sportsmen

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service will distribute nearly $1.1 billion in excise tax revenues paid by sportsmen and sportswomen to state and territorial fish and wildlife agencies to fund fish and wildlife conservation and recreation projects.
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Idaho Rancher Says He Shot Colt-Killing Wolf

A central Idaho man who shot and killed a wolf last week says it's the same animal that killed a colt and attacked his dogs.
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