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  • Like to hike, bike or horseback ride on state game lands? You might soon need a permit

    People venturing on state game lands to hike or ride a bicycle, horse or snowmobile would need to buy a hunting license or obtain a free permit, according to a proposal before the board of the Pennsylvania Game Commission. The proposal differs from a...
  • 'American Sniper' gets Clint back on track

    'American Sniper' gets Clint back on track
    3 stars (out of four) Not too long ago, shortly after “The Hangover” became a sensation, Bradley Cooper wasn’t delivering on his chance to be a star. “All About Steve” and “Valentine’s Day” were unbearable....
  • Doe attacks hunter who wounded it

    Doe attacks hunter who wounded it
    A hunter was attacked by a deer after he wounded it with an arrow while hunting in Wisconsin, according to the Fond du Lac Reporter. The 72-year-old man was hunting Friday when he wounded the doe with his arrow. Later he was going through thick brush...
  • New Jersey deer hunter in tree stand shoots bear that climbed up after him

    New Jersey deer hunter in tree stand shoots bear that climbed up after him
    A deer hunter in a tree stand fatally shot a black bear that began climbing up the tree toward him after it got within a few feet of him, state wildlife officials said. The Sayreville man was armed with a 12-gauge shotgun on Saturday morning when he...
  • Kimmels Church, Cabela's to host TV hunting couple Ralph and Vicki Cianciarulo

    Kimmels Church, Cabela's to host TV hunting couple Ralph and Vicki Cianciarulo
    Banquet season is upon us, and if you don't make plans pretty soon, you're going to be in real danger of missing out on one of the most intriguing banquets. Former Morning Call outdoors writer Christian Berg, now editor of Petersen's Bowhunting...
  • Snow owls swoop in, gray wolves protected in 2014

    The final acts of 2014 have been performed, the last chapters are committed to history. As a conservation community, it's important to know where we are and were as we consider where we're going. Here's a look at select hunting, fishing, conservation...
  • Arctic cold provides for good ice on Mississippi River

    DE SOTO, Wis. The early morning sky was steely blue and peppered with lingering starbursts. Perhaps, one might wonder, those were spots it cracked from the cold. At 7:30 a.m. the mercury registered 0 degrees Fahrenheit. The null reading wasn't because...
  • Royals, Ned Yost agree to one-year contract extension: 'That's all I wanted,' he says

    The longest-tenured manager in Kansas City Royals history wound through the terrain of Georgia on Tuesday afternoon, headed for a familiar destination. Earlier in the day, the Royals solidified Ned Yost's standing in the organization in the form of a...
  • American Indian tribes join effort to keep protections for Yellowstone-region grizzly bears

    Leaders of American Indian tribes in the Rocky Mountains and Great Plains have joined an effort to retain federal protections for grizzly bears in and around Yellowstone National Park. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is expected to decide this year...
  • Quinn vetoes bill that would've opened bobcats to hunting

    Quinn vetoes bill that would've opened bobcats to hunting
    One day before he is set to leave office, Gov. Pat Quinn vetoed legislation Sunday that would have allowed bobcat hunting in Illinois for the first time in 40 years. The measure would have amended the wildlife code to allow hunters to kill one bobcat in...
  • Activists choose broad path to preserve Berryessa-Snow Mountain area

     Activists choose broad path to preserve Berryessa-Snow Mountain area
    Nature has no rival when it comes to patience. It took millions of years for the gnashing of tectonic plates to form the magnificent riot of rocks that is home to the unspoiled rivers and rolling oak woodlands of California's inner Coast Range. For a...