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  • Bear hunt sad commentary on people

    Bear hunt sad commentary on people
    At least Florida wildlife officials are trying to go after the root cause of the state's bear problem — reckless, irresponsible people. We can't cheer the announced revival of bear hunting in Florida after 20 years. "Hunting isn't the answer,"...
  • Ohio auditor suggests raising fishing, hunting permit costs

    Ohio should increase the cost of its fishing and hunting permits to boost yearly revenue, the state auditor recommended. Auditor Dave Yost made those and other recommendations Thursday after a performance audit of the Ohio Department of Natural...
  • Ohio deer facility owner charged with violating quarantine

    The owner of a private Ohio hunting facility has been charged with evidence tampering for allegedly violating quarantine requirements after officials found a rare disease in the facility's herd. Ohio officials placed deer at World Class Whitetails in...
  • Kentucky halts imports of Indiana deer, citing disease links

    Kentucky's state veterinarian has temporarily banned imports of captive deer from Indiana over concerns about disease. The Indianapolis Star (http://indy.st/1KTHwrs ) reports Kentucky state veterinarian Robert Stout suspended Indiana imports after...
  • Gem, mineral show brings international community to Tucson

    Fabiano Vasconcelos came to Tucson from Brazil with a $35,000 emerald cluster and thousands of other pieces, including quartz and crystals. Vasconcelos is taking part in a gem and mineral show that draws people from around the world and transforms Tucson...
  • Developments at the Wyoming Legislature

    Developments at the Wyoming Legislature on Thurs., Feb 12, the 23rd day of the 2015 General Session: BUDGET BILL: Both the House and the Senate voted to give preliminary approval to the supplemental appropriations bill. The bill calls for intercepting...
  • Bear hunt a bad solution

    Bear hunt a bad solution
    Hunting bears is not the answer to "a spate of confrontations" between bears and residents. The answer is simple: Stop attracting them by purposely feeding them, stop leaving dog and cat food outside and make sure garbage cans are properly secured....
  • Tests show gray wolf killed in Utah was first 1 spotted near Grand Canyon in decades

    A gray wolf that was shot by a hunter in Utah was the same one spotted in the Grand Canyon area last year, federal wildlife officials said Wednesday. The 3-year-old female wolf — named "Echo" in a nationwide student contest — captured the...
  • Ice safety comes before winter recreation and productive fishing

    In recent years, new cold-weather clothing technologies and reliable ice fishing gear have made the sport easier and more comfortable, attracting a growing number of ice anglers and their families. But in the same ways that hunters understand the risks of...
  • In liberal, gun-loving Vermont, new firearms restrictions face tough fight

    One of the most liberal states in the country also is one of the most passionate about defending the right to bear arms, a fact that is coming to the fore following proposed legislation to expand background checks and add other gun regulations....
  • Barreto still helping Florida's fish and wildlife

    Rodney Barreto was the most effective chairman the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission ever had. Now, as chairman of the Fish & Wildlife Foundation of Florida, he's again working tirelessly to improve and enhance the state's outdoor...