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October 13, 2011

Utah wildlife officials use robo-deer to catch poachers

Salt Lake City (AP) – Nighttime deer poachers beware – that shadowy creature on the side of the road may just be remote-controlled. State wildlife officials across the country have for several decades been rolling out roadside robot decoys to nab unscrupulous hunters, and the effort has paid off with hundreds of citations. A robotic […]

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Plopping down in ever-so-comfortable Delta Airlines seat 6B en route to Grand Junction, Colo., two weeks ago, a familiar face glanced up from my left. There against the window was Dave Nomsen, Pheasants Forever government affairs director. “You’ll never escape the press,” I quipped at the affable Nomsen. On our flight west, we had a

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