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Shoshone plan vehicle access raises concerns

Environmental groups say they object to a plan that could allow more vehicles within the boundaries of Shoshone National Forest.
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Roving volunteers needed for Smoky Mountains

When elk are present in the fields, volunteers will help the rangers manage traffic and tell visitors how to view the elk safely.
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Elk hunt lottery deadline looms at preserve

Sportsmen face a deadline this week for applying for a chance to hunt elk on the 89,000-acre Valles Caldera National Preserve in northern New Mexico.
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Essex County says 108 deer culled in recent hunt

The annual hunt, staged this year at the South Mountain Reservation and the Hilltop Reservation, is intended to protect plant life and reduce the number of deer-related car accidents.
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States, tribes team up to conserve trout

New Mexico and Colorado have teamed up with Native American tribes and several federal agencies to conserve the Rio Grande cutthroat trout.
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Public invited to give input on bear management

The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission is holding the first of four public meetings this week to discuss how people can get involved in the conservation and management of black bears in central Florida.
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Land exchange will enlarge Michigan bear ranch

An Upper Peninsula bear ranch is expanding through a state forest land exchange.
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Gastonia may allow deer hunting

Gastonia is considering whether to allow bow hunting of deer to reduce the growing population.
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Hunting leases are good for both parties

So the question is simple. Are you hunting a farm or land now on a handshake? How confident are you in that handshake?
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Georgia hunters prepare for turkey hunting season

The Georgia Department of Natural Resources says turkey hunting season begins March 22 and runs through May 15.
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