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State probing after bears kill 2 goats in separate attacks
SHERMANS DALE, Pa. (AP) - State officials are warning pet owners and parents in central Pennsylvania to watch for bears after two goats were killed in separate attacks over a two-day period. WHTM-TV reported (http://bit.ly/2cKuE0m ) Friday the state Game Commission is investigating the attacks, which happened about 15 miles ...
-1 points by The Washington Times | Pet Pennsylvania Dog Hunting Attack Goat Attack! American Black Bear
Maine hunters await results of expanded deer lottery Friday
PORTLAND, Maine (AP) - Maine hunters are about to find out who will benefit from the state's decision to bump up the number of deer hunting permits it is giving out this year. This year the state increased the number of "any deer" hunting permits by 60 percent. The state ...
-1 points by The Washington Times | Hunting Deer Rifle White-tailed deer Game Hunting Act 2004 Hunting license Survival skills
Funding parks and wildlife — without raising the cost of hunting and fishing licenses (2 letters)
Colorado Parks and Wildlife needs an updated method of funding. The 100-year-old model that this agency still follows is not only antiquated but is also very unfair.
68 points by The Denver Post | Hunting Poaching Funding Change Wildlife management Finance Fundraising The Denver Post
Shrinking moose numbers mean fewer permits to hunt
New Hampshire has started the clock ticking on its annual moose-hunt lottery for the 29th time, although the number of hunting permits – just like the number of moose – is dwindling.Only 51 permits are being issued this year, by far the lowest since moose hunting started up again in 1988, because th...
-1 points by Concord Monitor | New Hampshire Game Hunting Manchester New Hampshire Franklin Pierce Deer Massachusetts Merrimack County New Hampshire
Bill would ban heli-hunting in Nevada
A bill prohibiting helicopters from taking hunters, big game and equipment to remote areas unless the landing area was established by a government agency and is accessible by a public road was approved Thursday by a Senate committee.
5 points by Las Vegas Review-Journal | Helicopter Hunting Nevada Elko County Nevada United States Senate Airport Great Basin Ruby Mountains
Hunters charged in Texas shooting had blamed immigrants
PRESIDIO, Texas (AP) — Two hunters accused in a shooting on a remote Texas ranch near the Mexican border had told authorities that they were attacked by immigrants who had entered the country illegally.
-2 points by Arizona Daily Star | English-language films Hunting Gene Hackman Rifle Gulf of Mexico Brad Pitt Man The Hunting Party
LETTER: Story glorified the killing of animals
I was very disappointed by what I read
1 points by Las Vegas Review-Journal | Wildlife Hunting Recreation Wildlife management Woman Wildness Genetic pollution Concepts in metaphysics
LETTER: Thanks for recent Review-Journal story that showed hunting in a positive light
Those who are totally disconnected with the real issues of wildlife conservation do not realize that hound hunting for mountain lion is a necessity in the balance of nature.
1 points by Las Vegas Review-Journal | Hunting Predation Cougar Cat White-tailed deer Wildlife management British Columbia Wildlife
Man shot by officer after opening fire near zoo dies
OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) - Police says a man shot by an officer after opening fire at residents, cars and police officers in Oakland died hours later at a hospital. Oakland Police spokeswoman Officer Johnna Watson says the man was identified as 32-year-old Jesse Enjaian. Watsons says officers were called to ...
-2 points by The Washington Times | Hunting Officer AS Watson The Washington Times Report
State: More Alabama hunters reporting deer kills
MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) - Alabama's wildlife agency says more hunters are reporting the number of deer they kill in the state under a new, mandatory system. A statement from the Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources says hunters had reported killing about 81,000 deer in the state as of ...
-2 points by The Washington Times | KILL Alabama Montgomery Alabama Natural resource Report Hunting U.S. state Southern United States
Wild hog slaughter planned at Havasu National Wildlife Refuge
A sniper in helicopter will kill as many of the feral swine as possible during a two-week eradication effort.
1 points by Las Vegas Review-Journal | United States Fish and Wildlife Service California Colorado River National Wildlife Refuge Hunting Pig Natural environment Colorado
Hunters’ convention brings together expedition planning, fine art, taxidermy show case
Billed as the Ultimate Sportsmen’s Market, the SCI convention is that and then some. It featured outfitters and booking agents from around the globe who were looking to fill their hunting and fishing calendars.
1 points by Las Vegas Review-Journal | Giant Eland Hunting Common Eland Taurotragus Bovinae
Some big game hunters in Colorado will have to submit deer heads for disease testing
Colorado wildlife officials will require some hunters who bag a deer in three out of four areas of the state to submit their kill to be tested for chronic wasting disease this year.
77 points by The Denver Post | Deer Elk Hunting Chronic wasting disease Neurology White-tailed deer Moose Sample
Black bear population booming in northern Michigan
Michigan's northern Lower Peninsula is experiencing a bear boom.        
2447 points by Detroit Free Press | Michigan Upper Peninsula of Michigan Northern Michigan Hunting Mackinac Bridge American Black Bear Traverse City Michigan Ohio
Illinois’ 1st modern bobcat season: A few more thoughts/notes
Sometimes you ask an imperfect question and get a perfect answer. I asked wildlife biologist Bob Bluett, who has been tracking populations of Illinois’ bobcats for decades, about harvest in the state’s first modern hunting/trapping season, “How many were adult males? And does that number concern you in any way?” He sent this back, “A […]
1 points by Chicago Sun-Times | Hunting Bobcat Harvest County Sex ratio English-language films Cougar
Moose hunt continues to be curtailed: Just 51 permits may be issued this year
Only 51 people will be allowed to hunt a moose in New Hampshire next fall, just 7 percent of the number who could participate a decade ago, as the iconic mammal continues to struggle with disease and parasites.The number of permits was approved by the Fish and Game Commission at its February meeting...
16 points by Concord Monitor | Hunting Game Deer Wildlife management New Hampshire Manchester New Hampshire White-tailed deer Hunting license
My Turn: Let the coyote do what it does
I applaud the Monitor’s editorial “A bad coyote bill” (Monitor opinion, Feb. 8). Rep. John Klose, who sits on the House Fish and Game Committee, suggested extending nighttime hunting of coyotes, and exhibits a profound misunderstanding of the role of predators and a personal disdain for coyotes. Fis...
46 points by Concord Monitor | Hunting Predation The Pack Dog Breeding season Deer English-language films Cougar
‘North Woods Law’ New Hampshire program to start March 5
New Hampshire law enforcement and wildlife biology will join hands on TV sets – not to mention computer, tablet and smartphone screens – on March 5, as the program “North Woods Law: New Hampshire” makes its debutThe program on the Animal Planet channel will feature conservation officers with New Ham...
3264 points by Concord Monitor | Northeastern United States New York City Hunting U.S. state New Hampshire Police New England Vermont
Vital salt marshes disappearing as sea levels rise
Salt marshes are ecosystems along the coast flooded frequently by seawater. They provide a vital habitat for animals, such as birds, crustaceans and shellfish, and are important for their role in protecting coastal areas where people live from flooding and erosion.The U.S. Geological Survey set abou...
2 points by Concord Monitor | Coast Water River Hunting Flood Dam National Wildlife Refuge Marsh
Hunting is a way of life for Stinson family from Indiana
JASPER, Ind. (AP) - The sun had yet to rise when Lisa Stinson, her husband, Trent, their two kids - Grant, 9, and Gwen, 6 - and their chocolate lab, Scout, piled into the car and headed for their favorite duck hunting spot outside Petersburg. As the sun rose to ...
1 points by The Washington Times | Hunting Deer Wild Turkey Hunting license Game Game law Duck Delta Waterfowl Foundation
‘When I seen it, it was game-on’: Man wrestles wayward doe in PA supermarket
A wild deer wreaked havoc when it literally smashed into a Pennsylvania supermarket Monday evening. The doe knocked a man to the ground before it was eventually led outside. Read Full Article at RT.com
49 points by Russia Today | Hunting Deer Wildlife Experience
Osprey moves from 'threatened' to 'protected' list in Pennsylvania
The osprey was never a common nesting species in Pennsylvania. But in 1982 state wildlife biologists were alarmed when they noted a total absence of breeding pairs.
320 points by Pittsburgh Post-Gazette | Bird Endangered species Bird migration Bald Eagle Albatross Threatened species Hunting IUCN Red List
Upset vegan demands banning of ‘fox killing’ kids' song
Hearing the lyrics of an old children’s song about a fox being shot led a vegan in Germany to request the song be banned from being played in public. Not wanting to seem unkind, the local mayor has temporarily granted the request. Read Full Article at RT.com
181 points by Russia Today | Limburg an der Lahn Hunting Music Musical instrument Song 19th century Musical keyboard Orchestra
Ditch humans or cooperate? Google’s DeepMind tests ultimate AI choice with game theory
DeepMind, the London-based artificial intelligence unit of Google’s parent Alphabet Inc. has been running a series of simulations aimed at answering a key AI question once and for all: will the robots play nice, or will they try and kill us all? Read Full Article at RT.com
711 points by Russia Today | Artificial intelligence Agent Intelligent agent Software agent English-language films Economics Psychology Hunting
Endangered Francois’ langur monkey born at Lincoln Park Zoo
An endangered monkey born three days ago at the Lincoln Park Zoo is already on display at the Lincoln Park Zoo, and won't be difficult to spot.
321 points by Chicago Sun-Times | Primate Father 2003 in film Infant Pregnancy Parent Mother Hunting
Kansas game warden frees antler-locked deer with 'lucky' shot
Ben HooperFeb. 9 (UPI) -- A Kansas game warden is being praised online after his body camera captured the moment his well-aimed shot separated a pair of antler-locked deer.
37 points by UPI | Hunting United Press International Moose Antler Deer Reindeer
Deer runs amok inside supermarket, gets wrangled by shoppers
Once surprised shoppers figured out what the noise was, they worked together to wrangle the animal and force it outside.
8 points by Chicago Sun-Times | Supermarket Grocery store Hunting Safeway Inc. Mammal English-language films Hypermarket American films
Pa. man wrestles deer headed to bakery section in supermarket

-2 points by The Philadelphia Inquirer | Abuse Bullying Defamation York County Pennsylvania Hunting Obscenity Deer Mammal
Texas Parks & Wildlife looking for game wardens

22 points by The Houston Chronicle | Hunting Star Trek: The Next Generation Academic degree
Bow hunters give up kill to grizzly bear
BUTTE, Mont. (AP) - A father and son who were bow hunting for elk in the Big Hole Valley ended up surrendering their kill to a hungry grizzly bear. The Montana Standard reports (http://bit.ly/2cBV0Aq ) the hunters called 911 shortly after noon on Sunday and told a Beaverhead County sheriff's ...
4 points by The Washington Times | Montana Hunting Beaverhead County Montana Yellowstone National Park Silver Bow County Montana British Columbia English-language films Butte Montana
Study: Human toll on gray wolves higher than estimated in Wisconsin
State officials have underreported wolf deaths in past analyses, study says.       
48 points by USA Today | Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Journal Communications Hunting Wolf Death Demography Gray Wolf Wound
Game wardens report rash of killings of protected migratory birds in Nevada
Two pelicans, 10 cormorants and five swans found dead in the Key Pittman management area in the Pahranagat and in the Overton wildlife area near Lake Mead.
36 points by Las Vegas Review-Journal | Hunting Bird Clark County Nevada KILL Conservation Pelican Cormorant Wildlife
Hunter’s Corner: Snow fleas and the Meredith Rotary Ice Fishing Derby
Last month when I attended Tim Moore’s ice fishing seminar he mentioned the top fishing month was March and what stimulates the bite is snow fleas. I brushed it off liken them to the grunion runs on the California coast. Boy, was I wrong. If you don’t read the New Hampshire Wildlife Journal you are...
-2 points by Concord Monitor | New Hampshire Humane society Brook trout The Commission Hunting Humane Society Fish Freshwater fish
Lawmaker’s proposal would extend night-time coyote hunting in N.H.
An Epsom state representative has proposed a law change that would allow hunters to kill coyotes at night for most of the year.Currently, the nocturnal predators can be hunted year-round during the day and at night from Jan. 1 to March 31.Republican Rep. John Klose said he wants to extend the season...
94 points by Concord Monitor | Hunting Caliber KILL Proposal Proposals The Bill .22 Long Rifle Walk This Way
Montana hunters could be wearing pink next season
HELENA, Mont. (AP) - Big game hunters in Montana may be able to start wearing pink next season under a bill being considered by state lawmakers. The Independent Record reports (http://bit.ly/2l1B36U ) that Senate Fish and Game Committee voted 9-2 Thursday to introduce the bill that gives hunters the option ...
-2 points by The Washington Times | Hunting United States Senate Legislatures Color Big-game hunter Legislature Helena Montana Republican Party
State authorities describe horseman's mountain rescue
CHAMA, N.M. (AP) - State authorities say a 64-year-old man was thrown from his horse in a remote, wilderness area of New Mexico before game wardens rescued him. New Mexico Department of Game & Fish said Friday that horsebackrider Randy Van Zant, of Chama, was airlfited from a field after ...
-2 points by The Washington Times | Hunting New Mexico Natural environment United States Aldo Leopold Washington D.C. The Washington Times Wilderness
2 moose found frozen mid-fight near remote Alaska village
ANCHORAGE, Alaska (AP) - Two moose were recently discovered frozen in battle and encased in ice near a remote village on Alaska's unforgiving western coast. Jeff Erickson, the student activities director of Bering Strait School District in Unalakleet, captured the stark image of the massive animals poking through the ice ...
-2 points by The Washington Times | Alaska Associated Press Bering Strait Hunting Bowl Championship Series Moose Bering Sea Vitus Bering
Most Wisconsin hunters don't test deer as disease spreads
MADISON, Wis. (AP) - The spread of chronic wasting disease among Wisconsin's deer herd has long been a concern, but apparently hunters are not all that uneasy about eating tainted venison. The Wisconsin State Journal (http://bit.ly/2f89PHF ) reports the disease is related to incurable illnesses that cause dementia and death ...
5 points by The Washington Times | Madison Wisconsin Deer Hunting Wisconsin Medicine White-tailed deer Elk University of Wisconsin–Madison
Denver man fined $11,000 for poaching trophy elk
A Denver man has been fined $11,000 for illegally killing a trophy elk.
579 points by The Denver Post | Hunting Elk Colorado municipalities Maybell Colorado Dinosaur National Monument Craig Colorado Wildlife management Deer
Hunters ready for Wisconsin deer opener
MADISON, Wis. (AP) - The day Wisconsin hunters have been waiting for all year is almost here. The state's nine-day gun deer season opens Saturday. Department of Natural Resources data shows tens of thousands of people have purchased licenses since Monday. Sales as of Thursday were still about 16,000 shy ...
-2 points by The Washington Times | Weather Week-day names English-language films Deer Hunting Sunday Thai solar calendar Wind
Trinidad man gets three years in prison for running illegal hunting outfitter business
A Trinidad man has been sentenced to three years in prison after pleading guilty to charges that he ran an illegal hunting outfitter business called Colorado Elk Adventures, Colorado wildlife officials say.
12 points by The Denver Post | Hunting Wildlife management Law Poaching Plea Animal welfare Las Animas County Colorado Colorado municipalities
French Air Force to use eagles against rogue drones
The French military is preparing a new countermeasure to protect high-profile events from rogue terrorist drones. The answer to the emerging threat is the millennia-old tradition of falconry. Read Full Article at RT.com
399 points by Russia Today | Eagle Eagles Bird American films Joe Walsh English-language films 2000s music groups Hunting
Foundation to care for orphaned mountain lion cubs together
CORTEZ, Colo. (AP) - An orphaned mountain lion cub at the Schneegas Wildlife Foundation rehabilitation center in Silt will be getting a buddy before its release. The Journal reports (http://bit.ly/2fM5WtC ) that according to Colorado Parks and Wildlife officials, an orphaned cup at the Frisco Creek Wildlife rehabilitation Center in ...
-2 points by The Washington Times | English-language films Chicago Cubs Colorado municipalities Colorado Rockies Major League Baseball Eddie Vedder Pacific Coast League Hunting
Firearm deer hunting season opening in Illinois
BELLEVILLE, Ill. (AP) - The firearm deer hunting season has arrived in Illinois. The Belleville News-Democrat reports (http://bit.ly/2fADmOl ) the first part of firearm season runs from Friday morning to Sunday afternoon. Tom Micetich is deer project manager for the Illinois Department of Natural Resources. He says hunters should expect ...
-2 points by The Washington Times | Hunting White-tailed deer Deer Archery Arrow Natural resource Chicago Illinois River
How origami might actually help save elephants
The Wildlife Conservation Society wanted to show just how big the elephant poaching problem is. Video provided by Newsy         
-2 points by Arizona Republic | Login User Access code Elephant Social network service Hunting United States Wildlife management
Seasoned hunter cuts corners, breaks neck, ribs
Tree-stand hunting accidents spike as deer season heats up, experts say.       
11359 points by USA Today | Hunting The Stand Safety equipment
“The Eagle Huntress”: A real-life heroine proves her mettle
Aisholpan Nurgaiv is a 13-year-old girl living with her nomadic family in Mongolia's Altai mountains, a harsh, unforgiving place of isolation and physical duress. For centuries, her Kazakh family's tribe has hunted for food and fur with the assistance of golden eagles they train from a young age.
9 points by The Denver Post | Mongolia Eagle Bird Hunting Falconiformes Golden Eagle Bird of prey
Tempted by a dead deer on the roadside? Better think twice
BEND, Ore. (AP) - With the season of feasting and family dinners on the horizon, it's a safe bet one dish will be missing from most menus - roadkill. Oregon bans the harvesting of most animals you might strike with your car yet still consider eating, unlike nearly a third ...
-2 points by The Washington Times | Deer Hunting Elk Moose Animal Deschutes County Oregon Oregon Bend Oregon
Wildlife officers investigate after illegal elk killings
ELLENSBURG, Wash. (AP) - State wildlife officers are investigating after five elk were found shot and killed north of Ellensburg. The Daily Record in Ellensburg reports (http://bit.ly/2gknLTW ) that four elk calves and one cow were killed and their carcasses left to rot on Nov. 6 between Schnebly and Coleman ...
1 points by The Washington Times | Cattle Hunting English-language films Elk Wildlife management
Conservation group offers $1,000 reward in elk poaching case
LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) - A western Nebraska conservation group is offering $1,000 to double the reward being offered in an elk poaching case. A total of $2,000 is now being offered to help determine who killed a bull elk last weekend in northwest Nebraska. The elk that was abandoned in ...
-2 points by The Washington Times | English-language films Nebraska Nebraska Panhandle United States Washington D.C. Hunting Scottsbluff Nebraska Elk