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January 4, 2012

Cougar hunting closed in Coast/North Cascade region for rest of year

Salem, Ore. – ODFW is closing cougar hunting through the end of this year in the Coast/North Cascades region, after reaching the zone’s quota of 120 cougars. Since Jan. 1, 2011, 120 cougars have been killed by sporthunters or in response to damage or public safety concerns in Zone A (Coast/North Cascade). ODFW closes sport

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Nevada’s inaugural bear hunt ends with 14 bears killed

Reno, Nev. (AP) – Nevada’s inaugural bear hunting season has drawn to a close with hunters killing 14 black bears. Nine males and five females were killed by hunters between Aug. 20 and Saturday, when the season ended, said Nevada Department of Wildlife spokesman Chris Healy. Under regulations established by state wildlife commissioners, the season

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Missouri's Elk program cost 3 times original estimate

Jefferson City, Mo. (AP) – Missouri’s elk restoration program has cost about three times more than initially estimated, to a cost of about $30,000 per animal, the state auditor’s office said in a review released Wednesday. Republican Missouri Auditor Tom Schweich said in the study that the Department of Conversation spent about $1.2 million for

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UT: Fishing Report DWR Central Region for January 3, 2012

ATTENTION: Quagga and zebra mussels are a major threat to Utah waterways. Watch this video to learn more about these destructive mussels and how to decontaminate your boat.   BURRASTON PONDS: (January 03) There is open water on the pond. Anglers report that fishing is fair using traditional baits and lures. Tom Ogden displays his

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