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  • Frosty morning greets Burr Ridge egg hunters

    Frosty morning greets Burr Ridge egg hunters
    Frost on the ground didn't keep kids from hunting for Easter eggs Saturday in Burr Ridge. The annual Burr Ridge Park District even included a breakfast with the Easter Bunny, and was the culmination of several days of hunting for eggs. Following...
  • Maine lawmakers work to block future hunting referendums

    Five months after Maine voters rejected a proposal to ban the use of bait, dogs and traps to hunt bears, lawmakers are moving to block future efforts to change wildlife management laws at the ballot box. Legislators on both sides of the aisle want to...
  • 4 deer poaching suspects from Chicago, Indiana arrested

    Four men from Chicago and northwest Indiana have been arrested on suspicion of poaching deer in eastern Illinois. The Illinois Conservation Police says the men purchased a small plot of land in rural Pembroke Township, in Kankakee County, but were...
  • Idaho wolf numbers increase 13 percent after drop in hunting

    The Idaho Fish and Game Department says the number of wolves in the state has reached its highest level since 2010, following a corresponding decline in wolves killed by hunters and trappers. The department's data shows the state's wolf population grew...
  • Wolf numbers up across most of N. Rockies except Montana

    Gray wolf numbers rose across most of the Northern Rockies last year but dropped in Montana after a concerted effort by officials there to drive down the population and curb livestock attacks. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service reported Friday that a...
  • Maine to cut moose hunt permits to lowest level in years

    Hunters' chances of bagging a Maine moose might be slimmer this year because the state is likely to cut the number of hunting permits to the lowest level in more than a decade. The Maine Department of Inland Fisheries & Wildlife is considering issuing 2,...
  • Delaware's spring turkey hunting season set to begin

    Delaware wildlife officials are reminding hunters of regulations just ahead of spring turkey hunting season. The season opens on April 11 and runs through May 9. Hunting is allowed from a half hour before sunrise to 1 p.m. Monday through Saturday....
  • Plan allows bear hunting in western Everglades

    Plan allows bear hunting in western Everglades
    Black bears on the western fringes of the Everglades may soon face a new adversary: Humans armed with rifles. A recent series of attacks on people in central and north Florida has spurred the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission to...
  • Scientists say polar bears won't thrive on land food

    A group of researchers say polar bears forced off melting sea ice will not find enough food to replace their current diet of fat-laden marine mammals such as seals, a conclusion that contradicts studies indicating that bears may be benefiting from bird...
  • 2 days after getting shot, Minnesota hunter bags turkey

    Two days after being shot in the head, neck and shoulder, Jerry Cusick ambled into the snowy pre-dawn woods. He was barely able to swing his shotgun but determined to shoot a wild turkey. This wasn't exactly his plan. He hadn't set an alarm. He had...
  • ER overload, gas price hike and CEO pensions: Letters

    ER overload, gas price hike and CEO pensions: Letters
    Emergency-room overload Friday the 13th used to be just another day for me. However, I will never forget this past Friday the 13th. It started out with an ambulance ride to Dr. P. Phillips Hospital. The emergency medical technicians who arrived with...