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Lion hunting proposed in Custer State Park

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) _ A first-ever hunting season within Custer State Park is proposed as part of the 2011 hunting season on mountain lions in the Black Hills. The Game, Fish and Parks Commission

Feds reopen fishing in Gulf off Florida Panhandle

PANAMA CITY BEACH, Fla. (AP) – A federal fishing ban was lifted Tuesday in more than 5,000 square miles in the Gulf of Mexico along the Florida Panhandle, giving hope to a region largely dependent

Bow hunters might help with Sioux Falls deer

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) – Sioux Falls leaders are considering allowing bow hunters to help thin deer that are causing problems in the northeast part of the city. Police estimate up to 400 deer live

Trouble in the Gulf Part 2: A Vanishing Paradise

This is Part Two in a three-part series on the loss of Louisiana’s coastal wetlands and the effect of this loss on waterfowl and other species that migrate to or through the region from the

PF&BC buys spring that feeds Little Juniata River

Altoona, Pa. – The Pennsylvania Fish & Boat Commission recently agreed to purchase approximately 50 acres of wetlands in the upper Little Juniata River Watershed in Blair County north of here. The move is seen

Shooting victim: No hunting mishap

DuBois, Pa. – Whoever shot Orlando W. Prosper Jr. and his young son, Garrett, on the opening day of spring gobbler season near here was still at large as of Aug. 1, despite a $2,500

Pennsylvania Cuffs & Collars – Issue 17

NORTHWEST REGION WCO Crawford County WCO Mario L. Piccirilli cited an individual for possessing a fawn taken from the wild. The individual was bringing the fawn into his home at night with his other animals,

Oil spill affecting fish, birds

Battle Creek, Mich – A murky cloud of gloom swirled around the Circle D Wildlife Refuge in Vicksburg late last month. Volunteers and federally licensed wildlife rehabilitators there awaited the arrival of ducks and geese

Hunters can expect a good bear hunt this fall

Lansing – Bear hunters in Michigan can plan for another year of fine hunting in 2010. “Last year was a pretty good year all around,” DNRE bear specialist Adam Bump told Michigan Outdoor News. “We

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