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Minnesota’s wolf population remains strong

Minnesota’s wolf population remains strong

Numbers are down but above state and federal thresholds

July 2013
Woman sustains non-life-threatening injuries in black bear attack

Woman sustains non-life-threatening injuries in black bear attack

Summary: Minnesota DNR dispatched sow bear; three yearlings were left in area

June 2013
Detector dogs trained to sniff out illegal wildlife shipments

Detector dogs trained to sniff out illegal wildlife shipments

First graduating class of U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service enforcement canines will help in battle to halt protected species trafficking.

April 2013
Fewer moose, elk hunting licenses available in ND

Fewer moose, elk hunting licenses available in ND

North Dakota wildlife officials are continuing to cut back on moose and elk licenses.

March 2013
Stable deer populations reported at Ariz. preserve

Stable deer populations reported at Ariz. preserve

Arizona wildlife officials say an aerial survey of the McDowell Sonoran Preserve northeast of Scottsdale shows there are stable populations of deer

March 2013
Minnesota Bill calls  for 5-year wolf hunt moratorium

Minnesota Bill calls for 5-year wolf hunt moratorium

The legislation that supporters of the state’s wolf hunt hoped wouldn’t come – but figured would come – is here.

February 2013
Indiana reports record deer harvest in 2012

Indiana reports record deer harvest in 2012

Indiana hunters, aided by an extended season and changes in equipment rules, killed a record number of deer last year, the state Department of Natural Resources reported.

February 2013
Deer and bowhunting: Treestand safety starts now

Deer and bowhunting: Treestand safety starts now

Leaving up your stands all year can lead to dangerous hunting situations.

February 2013
Wyoming testing chronic wasting disease vaccine

Wyoming testing chronic wasting disease vaccine

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department is testing how well a vaccine for chronic wasting disease will work in elk.

February 2013
Wyoming wolf count wrapping up

Wyoming wolf count wrapping up

Wyoming wildlife officers are wrapping up their annual wolf count, saying they expect the totals to be about 170 wolves and 15 breeding pairs.

February 2013
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