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Columbus hires company to capture wild hogs

Faced with growing reports of wild hogs encroaching on residential areas, the city of Columbus has contracted with a local company to capture and dispose of the destructive and potentially dangerous animals.
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Number of Illinois deer hunted down from 2012

Preliminary figures show the number of deer hunted in Illinois is down this year.
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21 coyotes, no wolves shot in disputed Idaho derby

Organizers of a disputed weekend predator derby in central Idaho's mountains say 21 coyotes but no wolves were shot by more than 230 hunters who participated.
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Tuscaloosa to study the city's deer population

City officials in Tuscaloosa have commissioned a study of the area's deer population following complaints from residents.
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Approach to deer disease stirs debate in Missouri

Conservationists and owners of fenced hunting ranches disagree over how to approach the disease. The Missouri Department of Conservation is considering stricter rules for hunting ranches.
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Snow helps Black Hills mountain lion hunters, GFP

A snow cover in the Black Hills should help mountain lion hunters and the biologists who manage the big cat population.
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Cheetahs kill white-tailed deer at National Zoo

Two cheetahs at the Smithsonian's National Zoo came across unexpected prey and the result was predictable.
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Portland crows leave their mark on downtown park

Visitors to Chapman Square in downtown Portland are finding benches and walkways covered with bird droppings.
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Iowa plans winter release of trout in 7 spots

The Iowa Department of Natural Resources plans to release trout in seven spots around the state this winter.
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Coyote attacks spur Humane Society warning

The Humane Society of Missouri is urging St. Louis-area pet owners to be careful after reports of coyote attacks on small dogs.
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