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Mississippi’s massive 18,000-acre acquisition includes prime deer-hunting land

VICKSBURG, Miss. — Nearly 18,000 acres in Mississippi’s Delta region have been acquired by the state in the largest piece of land it has bought in 40 years. The Clarion Ledger reported the sale of the Steele Bayou Wildlife Management Area in Issaquena and Warren counties. It’s expected to open in 2019. The area offers …

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Endangered woodpecker bounces back from the brink in Virginia

RICHMOND, Va. — Endangered red-cockaded woodpeckers are making a comeback in Virginia. The Center for Conservation Biology at the College of William and Mary said surveys last year found 96 individual birds. That’s the highest level since the early 1980s. Red-cockaded woodpeckers require old growth pine savannas maintained by fire and their population levels have

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