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Standing corn impedes first-day hunting success Associated Press SIOUX FALLS, S.D. - Many hunters reported having a hard time finding pheasants on the opening day of the hunting season because so much corn is still unharvested. "There's a lot of ...

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Forum set for tonight 10/14/04 Scott Welton Email this story to a friend SIKESTON - State, regional and local Missouri Department of Conservation officials will hold a public conservation forum at 7 p.m. today in the Clinton Building at the Si...

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Pheasant hunter nouveau Dennis Anderson, Star Tribune October 15, 2004 ANDY1015 Meet Nicholas Sovell, 25, one of 67,393 Minnesotans who by Wednesday had purchased a state pheasant stamp, a figure that could top 115,000 by tonight. About 21...

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Hunting and Fishing Costs On the Rise? By Noah Bond If the state legislature approves the price increase hunting will cost $1.50 more and fishing will cost $3.00. "I'm sorry. I wish it wasn't the case, but... the reality is our prices that we ha...

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GEORGIA Conservationists seek comeback of quail ASHBURN — The bobwhite quail, which is disappearing in the Southeast, can make a comeback and add millions of dollars to the rural economy if landowners are willing to make changes in the way ...

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Mont. seeks new access program for hunters Associated Press — Sept. 21, 2004 BOZEMAN, Mont. — The 2005 Montana Legislature will be asked to expand the state program that pays landowners who open their property for public hunting. The Montana Dep...

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Deer blindsides Wisc. jogger Associated Press — Aug. 30, 2003 RHINELANDER, Wis. — Jogger Laura Tromp never saw what hit her. It turns out it she was blindsided by a whitetail deer. "I went out for a jog about 20 to 6 Wednesday morning, and I was ...

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North Dakota man revives chocolate Labrador retriever with CPR after dog gets tangled on rope Associated Press — July 29, 2004 FARGO, N.D. July 26, 2004 — When a 3-year-old chocolate Labrador retriever named Maddy got tangled in a 10-foot rope sec...

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Deer breaks into Conn. beauty salon Associated Press — June 28, 2004 BRISTOL, Conn. — An intruder at a local business turned out to be as destructive as a bull in a china shop because it was a deer in a beauty salon. Police arrived at Beauty By ...

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Hawaii park seeks hunters of feral sheep Associated Press — Sept. 30, 2004 VOLCANO, Hawaii — Hawaii Volcanoes National Park is looking for volunteers with rifles to help rid the park's new 116,000 acres of thousands of feral sheep. The National P...

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Two moose crash July Fourth parade in Utah Associated Press — July 6, 2004 BRIGHTON, Utah — Everybody, and apparently every thing, loves a parade. Two young bull moose, each more than 6-feet tall and weighing hundreds of pounds, crashed Brighton's...

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Stocks improve southeast pheasant hunts Pennsylvania hunting map feature By Vic Attardo Fishing and Hunting News LANCASTER, Penn. — It's not like it was in "the old days," when wild, and stocked, pheasants were the mainstay of southeast Pennsyl...

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Upland Game Seasons To Begin November 6 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ANNAPOLIS — Maryland Department of Natural Resources (DNR) Director Paul A. Peditto reminds hunters that the hunting seasons fo...

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Michigan considers lowering hunting age State Senate mulls moving minimum age from 14 to 12 By David Eggert Associated Press — Sept. 15, 2004 LANSING — Is 12 too young to hunt for deer, bear and elk? A state Senate committee will consider the ...

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Waterfowl season to be similar to last year U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service — Aug. 11, 2004 The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is proposing hunting regulations for the upcoming 2004-2005 waterfowl season similar to those set last year. The proposal...

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Sign tallies animals hit along I-90 Associated Press — Oct. 6, 2004 BOZEMAN, Mont. — An electronic sign greets cars traveling Interstate 90 between Bozeman and Livingston with the message: "192 animals hit this year, next 20 miles." The number is...

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Conservation Advisory Board Conducts Work Session The Conservation Advisory Board broke new ground as members convened for a work session on Tuesday, October 12, in Montgomery. The meeting, open to the public, allowed discussion of ways the Board co...

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Black bear passes out on resort lawn Bruin consistently chose local brew Rainer over macro-brew Busch Associated Press — Aug. 19, 2004 BAKER LAKE — Rain-eeeeer ... Bear? When state Fish and Wildlife agents recently found a black bear passed out...

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Arizona OKs more tags for nonresidents Associated Press — July 23, 2004 Members of the Arizona Game and Fish Commission recently authorized about 800 additional elk and deer permits for out-of-state hunters to satisfy a court order overturning a s...

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Playa lakes CRP acres could go fast By Debbie Slobe Playa Lakes Joint Venture — Sept. 30, 2004 Signup begins today for a new initiative under the Farm Bill's Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) aimed at protecting playa lakes. The initiative is of ...

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