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Other than one wandering wolf from 2011, the pack – two adults and five pups – represent the first wolves in the Golden State since 1924.
State wildlife agency miffed at Animal Planet
Drawing for these hunts coming on Aug. 22
I don’t remember when I successfully called in my first flock of ducks, but I do remember when I first started to learn how to blow a call.
Trail cameras are great for scouting for the bowhunting season when you can’t use a spotting scope
DEC officials have moved forward for this season on a plan to limit bowhunters to taking only antlerless deer during a portion of the archery season
For eight straight years and 11 of the last 12, New York state hunters have harvested over 1,000 black bears – sometimes well over 1,000.
Zimbabwe will seek extradition of an Eden Prairie man who killed a lion that was lured out of a national park.
Seven areas set, setting stage for regs changes next year
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Less than a third of Pennsylvania hunters report – as required by law – when they kill a deer, and frustrated state official are poised to force compliance.
A national environmental group is seeking federal protection for a subspecies of moose found in Midwestern states including Minnesota.
Legislation heads toward governor’s desk for approval
For the second year in a row, the number of breeding ducks in the United States and Canada was a record high, according to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
Lawmakers to make one more attempt to lift ban
While a final version of a pheasant plan is probably a few weeks away, some of the details of how the DNR and others hope to improve pheasant habitat, numbers, and hunting are beginning to emerge.
No regulatory solution that is going to make all hunters happy
The DNR has set new deer population goals for 40 permit areas in the state and will be working to meet those goals beginning with the regulations it adopts for this fall’s hunting season.
The history is clear.
For the second year in a row, Minnesota hunters killed the third most spring turkeys on record. Turkey hunters killed 11,720 turkeys this spring, according to preliminary numbers provided by the Minnesota DNR.
Antlerless-only plan in some units for portions of archery season and again in late bow-muzz
Gov. Mark Dayton may have ended the practice of collaring moose in the state with his April 28 executive order, but researchers’ attempts to get to the bottom of what’s killing the iconic animals continue.
A push to look into the feasibility of reintroducing elk to the landscape in three northeastern Minnesota counties has moved to the next stage.