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May 25, 2011

Aggressive Cougar Follows 2 men in Washington

Hoquiam, Wash. (AP) – An aggressive cougar recently followed two men near Hoquiam, forcing them to retreat to the safety of their truck. Puget Sound salmon manager Steve Thiesfeld said the two were completing a habitat survey on the Little Hoquiam River when they spotted the cougar following them, with ears back and hissing. The two

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Researchers Look at Opening Michigan’s Maple River, Closed in 1800s

Cedar Creek Township, Mich. (AP) – University of Michigan researchers are collecting information to explore the possibility of reopening a river in western Michigan that was closed during the lumbering era of the 1800s. Professor Mike Wiley and doctoral student Mike Fainter recently met with residents of Muskegon County’s Cedar Creek Township to explain their

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Oregon: Imnaha alpha male wolf trapped and fitted with working GPS collar

In addition to killing two wolves from Oregon’s Imnaha pack in order to reduce the chances of future livestock predation, wildlife officials caught that pack’s alpha male in a trap. The big dog was sedated and fitted with a new working GPS collar while they had him in custody, which will help ongoing efforts to

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Iowa fish stocking wrapping up, but pike study just getting started

The Iowa DNR wrapped up its initial fish stocking for the spring, releasing 112 million walleye fry into Iowa lakes, 263,000 northern pike into lakes and rivers, and about 2,500 muskies into four lakes. The muskies were spawned in 2010. “It took a little longer for the eggs to hatch this spring because the water

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