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  • Keeping Lead Out of Condors
    Story : Posted 07-03-2014

    Keeping Lead Out of Condors

    The Arizona Game and Fish Department disagrees with a recent appeal filed by environmental litigants to regulate lead ammunition on the Kaibab National Forest as the solution to lead poisoning in endangered California condors.

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  • Okie Prairie Chicken Numbers Up
    Story : Posted 07-03-2014

    Okie Prairie Chicken Numbers Up

    The third annual lesser prairie-chicken aerial survey shows a nearly 20 percent increase in the bird's range-wide population, up from an estimated 18,747 birds in 2013.

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  • Ringling To Receive Settlement
    Story : Posted 06-10-2014

    Ringling To Receive Settlement

    In a landmark settlement, Feld Entertainment, Inc., operator of the Ringling Brothers Circus, has recovered $15.75 million in attorney fees from the Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) and their codefendants.

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  • Oklahoma Paddlefish Harvest Lower in 2014
    Story : Posted 06-04-2014

    Oklahoma Paddlefish Harvest Lower in 2014

    Oklahoma Wildlife Conservation Commission members learned this spring's paddlefish harvest in Oklahoma was lower than it was in 2013, based on data gathered by the Wildlife Department's Paddlefish Research Center (PRC) near Miami, Okla.

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  • Leave Young Wildlife Alone This Time of Year
    Story : Posted 05-08-2014

    Leave Young Wildlife Alone This Time of Year

    It is a demonstration of the best traits of the human race, but can end in error. Deer fawns left alone in a grassy field. Baby birds that fall from their nests, seemingly helpless in your backyard.

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  • Tule Elk Successfully Relocated
    Story : Posted 04-04-2014

    Tule Elk Successfully Relocated

    The California Department of Fish and Wildlife and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service along with partners have successfully completed the capture of 36 tule elk from the San Luis National Wildlife Refuge in the San Joaquin Valley, relocating them throughout the state.

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  • Video Documents Daring Installation Of Bald Eagle Camera
    Story : Posted 04-04-2014

    Video Documents Daring Installation Of Bald Eagle Camera

    Images live streamed from Pittsburgh nest are captured 75 feet above ground. The camera that enabled thousands of online viewers to witness the hatching of two bald-eagle chicks at a Pittsburgh nest in recent days didn't get there on its own.

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  • Outdoorsman Pay Their Way
    Story : Posted 03-31-2014

    Outdoorsman Pay Their Way

    Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell announced today that the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service will distribute nearly $1.1 billion in excise tax revenues paid by sportsmen and sportswomen to state and territorial fish and wildlife agencies to fund fish and wildlife conservation and recreation projects across the nation.

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  • How Wildlife is Thriving Because of Guns and Hunting
    Story : Posted 03-26-2014

    How Wildlife is Thriving Because of Guns and Hunting

    Since the late 1930s, hunters, target shooters and the firearms industry have been the nation's largest contributors to conservation, paying for programs that benefit America's wildlife and all who love the outdoors.

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  • Pope and Young Club Aims to Protect the Future of Bowhunting
    Story : Posted 03-14-2014

    Pope and Young Club Aims to Protect the Future of Bowhunting

    The Pope and Young Club is one of North America's leading bowhunting and conservation organizations. Founded in 1961 as a nonprofit scientific organization, the Club is patterned after the prestigious Boone and Crockett Club.

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