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New turkey season shows changing populations

Oklahoma City (AP) – Spring turkey season opened recently, and the population of birds in western Oklahoma is thriving. East of Interstate 35 is a different story, especially southeast. The population of Rio Grande wild

Asian carp could put work on waterways at risk

Chicago (AP) – Capt. Keith Kulczyk has spent three decades traveling up and down the Calumet River. “This is the only place I’ve ever worked,” he said. The hardened river pilot – who prefers the

PGC: Fawns are holding steady in harvest

Harrisburg – Rolled up in the deer-harvest figures reported by the Pennsylvania Game Commission recently were statistics agency officials said prove that predation of fawns has not increased appreciably by coyotes, bears or anything else.

Ice-out sets records in the north

St. Paul – Pete Boulay continued the normal process of tracking ice-out on some of the lakes in Minnesota’s far north this week, but in many ways, ice-out this year has been anything but typical

State eligible for $100,000 for wolf damages

USFWS makes matching grants available to Minnesota Washington – The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service last week announced that Minnesota was among a handful of states eligible for funding meant to compensate livestock owners for

2009 buck kill worst one yet

Harrisburg – Pennsylvania deer hunters last season posted the lowest deer kill on record since 1987. According to figures recently released by the Pennsylvania Game Commission, hunters during the 2009-10 deer season shot an estimated

Large wolf hybrid shot by hunter in Sandusky Co.

Fremont, Ohio – From the you-just-never-know department comes a tale about a large wolf – yes, a wolf – shot recently in Sandusky County. Dusty Gore of Bellevue and his wife, Tracy, were headed toward

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