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April 4, 2016

Still no decision on fate of Isle Royale wolf population

By John Flesher AP Environmental Writer Traverse City, Mich. (AP) — Federal officials said March 23 they will take a closer look at whether to bring more gray wolves to Isle Royale National Park, where the predator is on the verge of dying out after suffering a population free-fall in recent years. The National Park

SIU professor looking at armadillos’ movement north

Carbondale, Ill. —  The armadillo is marching northward. The only question has been: how far north has it come and how far north will it go? And what is the animal bringing with it? F. Agustin Jimenez, an associate professor of zoology at Southern Illinois University in Carbondale, is launching a new study on the

NY buck tops 180 inches as a 9-point typical [Photo]

Net score finalized on 17-pointer Fredonia, N.Y. — Pat Rogerson knew the buck he downed last fall in Chautauqua County was big. Now he knows exactly how big. Rogerson’s 17-point nontypical monster whitetail pushed the 200-inch gross mark, at 197 7⁄8 inches. Its final net score, following the mandatory 60-day drying period, was 182 5⁄8 inches.

$1,900 fine in 6-year-old Lewis deer poaching case

New Bremen. N.Y. — A 68-year-old Lowville man was fined $1,900 in connection with the illegal killing of deer in a case that took six years to close, DEC officials reported. Richard O. Rice was cited in February of 2010 for four counts of failure to report a deer harvest; two counts of taking big

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