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April 2, 2009

It will be a good spring for turkey hunting in Wyoming

Cheyenne, Wyo. (AP) – Turkey hunters can expect another good year in the Black Hills and the Laramie Peak area as spring hunting seasons take effect. Joe Sandrini, wildlife biologist for the Wyoming Game and Fish Department, says numbers are running strong again in the Black Hills area. He says productivity has been above average

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‘Can’ estimate of 500,000 would allow one bird per day

Stevens Point, Wis. – Federal biologists are going to have see at least 500,000 canvasbacks in the spring population estimate in order to offer Midwestern hunters a one-bird bag limit during the 2009 season. Want to see a “two-can” limit? Not unless federal biologists first hit a population estimate of 725,000 canvasbacks on the breeding

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Virginia hunter killed in accidental shooting

Bedford, Va. (AP) – Bedford County authorities say a 71-year-old hunter was killed when his shotgun went off accidentally. Sheriff’s Maj. Ricky Gardner says Elisha Cheek Jr. was groundhog hunting Tuesday morning when he apparently slipped while climbing a fence. His shotgun went off and Cheek was struck in the head. Gardner says Cheek’s wife

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