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Georgia wildlife area expands by 1,390 acres

Hunters will now have more opportunities to pursue deer, turkey and small game in the expanded area.
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Iowa, US sees increase in hunting by women

Jessica Weiland thinks her hunting epiphany came when she harvested an eight-point white-tailed buck her first time out, during Iowa's December 2003 shotgun season.
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DNR program brings in deer meat to feed hungry

Too many deer; too little meat for the needy. What does Indiana do?
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Man accused of leasing hunting land he doesn't own

A Wisconsin man is facing theft charges after officials say he sold hunting rights on property he didn't own.
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Man cited for illegal hunting, canoe got stuck

A man was cited for hunting without landowner permission after a canoe carrying the man, a boy and a deer carcass got stuck in an ice jam in the headwaters of the Jefferson River.
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Game and Fish expects good waterfowl hunting

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department says hunting for ducks and geese should be good as long as waters remain open.
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Archery event set at Platte River State Park

The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission has scheduled an archery event for Dec. 7 as part of its new archery emphasis.
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14 bears killed so far in Nevada bear hunt

Wildlife commissioners set a quota of 20 bears for 2013. The season ends Dec. 31 unless 20 bears are killed before then.
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VIDEO: Shark nearly chokes on moose

Would you yank an item from a shark's mouth to keep it from choking? Two Canadian men did just that and saved a Greenland shark from a moose carcass.
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VIDEO: Hunters save dog trapped in frozen lake

Man's best friend is man's best friend. Watch as a group of hunters risk their lives to save a dog trapped in a frozen lake.
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