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Western NY city to bait, shoot surging deer herd

A western New York city is bringing back a bait-and-shoot program to reduce a surging deer population that's causing damage to property and hazards to motorists.
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Study looks at how wolverines react to recreation

Researchers are studying the effects of winter recreation on wolverines in northwest Wyoming.
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From the Readers: Lucky rifle

There's nothing like that new rifle smell!
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Parkersburg deer hunt kills increase 100 percent

The number of deer killed during Parkersburg's 2013 urban archery hunt jumped 100 percent from 2012's total.
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Alaska wolf killings upset National Park Service

Alaska Fish and Game officials killed an Eastern Interior wolf pack last week, and the National Park Service, which had been studying the animals, is none too pleased.
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Montana hopes to limit illegal fish stocking

State officials are considering a plan aimed at stopping the illegal stocking of fish into public waters.
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Bills could impact Missouri's conservation department

Sportsmen and conservation groups are raising concerns about legislation that could change the way the Missouri Department of Conservation operates.
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Waterbirds having tough winter in Michigan

Waterbirds such as grebes, mergansers and loons are struggling, too, because their normal areas of open water have frozen over.
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DNR: Rogers gave tips for feeding bears from lips

An administrative law judge heard testimony that Ely bear researcher Lynn Rogers gave tips to paying participants in his "bear course" on feeding bears from their mouths.
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Eastern Long Island deer cull still on after court fight

A plan to have federal sharpshooters kill up to 1,000 deer on the northeastern tip of Long Island is moving forward after opponents lost a court fight.
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