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Frustration grows over inaction on deer population

Efforts to reduce Bloomington's urban deer population appear to have stalled a year after city leaders adopted recommendations from a task force that suggested ways to cull the herd.
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Fur trapper tradition lives on in Pennsylvania

Some 40,000 furtaker licenses were sold in the state last year, nearly double the amount sold in 2002.
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Judge denies Wisconsin Chippewa's night deer hunt bid

The state Department of Natural Resources has long banned hunting deer at night out of safety concerns.
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Buck kill during West Virginia gun season up slightly

Hunters killed more than 56,000 bucks during West Virginia's two-week firearm season. That's up slightly from the 2012 season.
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Wheaton police warn of coyote attacks on pets

A suburban Chicago police department is urging residents to be vigilant about their pets, saying they've fielded more reports of coyote attacks on small dogs.
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Illinois deer harvest down sharply from last year

The Illinois Department of Natural Resources says hunters harvested roughly 74,000 deer during this year's firearm season.
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VIDEO: Duck hunter causes mass hysteria in California

If a duck hunter with a shotgun in the trunk of his Volvo causes not one, but three schools to go into lockdown mode, you might be in California.
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VIDEO: Grandma loves to hunt, even at 98 years old

Staying active is a big part being happily retired. Hunting at 98 years old definitely qualifies Katie Watson as active. Does your grandma shoot deer?
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Hunter rescued after surviving 7 days in Alaska

Scott Brown
Adrian Knopps' week and half long hunting and fishing trip turned into a battle for life and death.
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New DataSport fish and moon apps available

DataSport releases 2014 versions of The DataSport Fish & Game Forecast and Doug Hannon’s Moon Clock calculator and apps.
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