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Calif. condor deaths shows lead still a problem

Pinnacles National Monument, Calif. (AP) – No. 286 was the old man of this park’s California condor restoration program. Hatched in a zoo seven years ago, he learned to live in the wild, a hopeful

Feral hogs beware: Texas lawmakers are gunning for you

Austin, Texas (AP) – The Texas House on Thursday tentatively approved a bill encouraging hunters to take on wild pigs from the air. Rep. Sid Miller, R-Stephenville, said the measure would allow landowners _ who

NH Senate approves saltwater fishing license

Concord, N.H. (AP) – Saltwater anglers off New Hampshire’s coast would need a fishing license under legislation sent to the governor by the Senate on Wednesday. Licenses for individuals would be $15 starting in 2011.

Reward offered in Ala. black bear killings

Mobile, Ala. (AP) – Someone is shooting black bears in Mobile County and a state conservation group wants the killings to stop. The Alabama Wildlife Federation has offered a $10,000 reward that leads to the

Utah County men charged in poaching 18 deer

Springville, Utah (AP) – Four Utah County men are facing 13 felony counts in the poaching of 18 mule deer in Juab County. State officials say it’s one of the largest poaching cases in recent

Moose Permit Lottery Applications Due Friday, May 15

Augusta, Maine – Applications for the Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife’s 2009 Moose Permit Lottery are due by 11:59 p.m. this Friday, May 15. The only applications still being accepted are those filed

Maryland and Virginia Reciprocal License Agreement

Annapolis, MD – New for 2009, Maryland and Virginia have entered into a reciprocal agreement honoring certain fishing guide licenses in both states’ waters. Maryland will honor the Virginia Class A Fishing Guide License in

Record catfish caught at Payson Wildlife Fair

A huge channel catfish was hauled from the waters of Green Valley Park shortly after the Payson Wildlife Fair started Saturday, May 9. Using shrimp on the bottom and fishing the inlet end of the

KDWP offers landowners contracts for walk-in hunting access

Landowners interested in the Kansas Department of Wildlife and Parks’ (KDWP) Walk-In Hunting Access Program (WIHA) — which pays landowners to allow public hunting access on their land — are reminded that the deadline for

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