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As it stands today, gray wolves are no longer listed under the Endangered Species Act in MT, ID and small portions of WA, OR and UT.Wolf Facts and What It Means To You
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Wolf Facts and What It Means To You

As it stands today, gray wolves are no longer listed under the Endangered Species Act in MT,

J. Mitch King, ATA Director of Government Relations

The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals affirmed the constitutionality of Congress' removal of Wolves from the federal endangered species list.Wolf Delisting Upheld
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Wolf Delisting Upheld

The Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals affirmed the constitutionality of Congress' removal of

RMEF

How serious are Wisconsites about deer? It's so serious that as of this writing Gov. Scott Walker is still looking to bring in an outside Wisconsin: 2011 Whitetail Forecast
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Wisconsin: 2011 Whitetail Forecast

How serious are Wisconsites about deer? It's so serious that as of this writing Gov. Scott

by Jake Moore, OutdoorChannel.com

A total of 297 Wisconsin deer hunters have reported 785 hunting trips via the online survey. Hunters reported spending 2,709 observation hours in the field, averaged 3.5 hours per trip, and have reported 373 bucks, 758 does, 533 fawns and 138 unknowns.Wisconsin Early Season Deer Report - Sept. 17 - Oct. 12
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Wisconsin Early Season Deer Report - Sept. 17 - Oct. 12

A total of 297 Wisconsin deer hunters have reported 785 hunting trips via the online survey.

by Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources

Anniversary of being shot comes with call for safety in turkey woodsWhen I Lost My Eye
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When I Lost My Eye

Anniversary of being shot comes with call for safety in turkey woods

W. H. “Chip” Gross, OutdoorChannel.com

A collective group of waterfowl guides see it all from their clients. What they say about waterfowl hunters is illuminating and will help you bag more birds.Why You Miss Ducks
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Why You Miss Ducks

A collective group of waterfowl guides see it all from their clients. What they say about

Philip Bourjaily, Field & Stream

Game cameras, while beneficial, also can lead to frustration.  Each year, camera enthusiasts across the whitetail's range photograph mature bucks during late summer or early fall only for these bucks to disappear during the hunting season.  Then, many of these same bucks magically reappear after the hunting season.  Did these bucks leave the property or simply avoid being photographed?When Bucks Go Missing
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When Bucks Go Missing

Game cameras, while beneficial, also can lead to frustration. Each year, camera enthusiasts

By Brian Murphy, QDMA

A fall from a treestand is no laughing matter. The consequences can be life-changing, much worse than a sprained ankle or broken arm.Wearing a Full-Body Harness is the First Rule of Treestand Safety
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Wearing a Full-Body Harness is the First Rule of Treestand Safety

A fall from a treestand is no laughing matter. The consequences can be life-changing, much

by Art Lander, Jr., Kentucky Afield Outdoors

The sun is setting earlier and there's a chill in the morning air - signs of the coming change of season.  Fall is in the air, and hunters are heading out for the first major hunting seasons of the year.WDFW Weekender Report
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WDFW Weekender Report

The sun is setting earlier and there's a chill in the morning air - signs of the coming change

With more than half of the contiguous United States in extreme drought conditions, Mother Nature is wreaking havoc on deer and will affect the way they are hunted.Waterless World
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Waterless World

With more than half of the contiguous United States in extreme drought conditions, Mother

Don Mulligan, OutdoorChannel.com

This fall, migratory bird hunters will need to be aware that many farm fields where hunting usually takes place have suffered heavy crop damage that could have an impact on their use for hunting.Waterfowlers Cautioned about Hunting Crop-Damaged Fields
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Waterfowlers Cautioned about Hunting Crop-Damaged Fields

This fall, migratory bird hunters will need to be aware that many farm fields where hunting

Delaware Department of Natural Resources

The Department of Fish and Game must delay opening day of waterfowl season on Type-A state and federal hunting areas in the Sacramento Valley. Due to a delayed rice harvest, opening day will be Oct. 29.Waterfowl Hunting Delayed on Sacramento Valley Public Areas
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Waterfowl Hunting Delayed on Sacramento Valley Public Areas

The Department of Fish and Game must delay opening day of waterfowl season on Type-A state and

by California Department of Fish and Game

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