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Wisconsin limits deer hunting in 19 counties
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Wisconsin deer hunting is returning to an old tradition that stretches back to 1915: a buck-only season. The DNR says 19 northern and central forest zones will see the change this fall so the deer population can recover. Counties that are buck-only include Ashland, Bayfield, Burnett, Douglas, Florence, Forest, Iron, Jackson (central forest zone), Langlade, Lincoln, Oconto (northern forest zone), Oneida, Price, Rusk, Sawyer, Taylor, Vilas, Washburn and Wood (central forest zone).
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Economic impact of critical habitat designations estimated
Civitas Media via The Harlan Daily Enterprise
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is seeking additional public comment on proposed critical habitat for three plants found in Alabama, Georgia, Indiana, Kentucky and Tennessee. About 2,488 acres on 30 parcels have been identified as habitat critical to the plants' survival.
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Increasingly popular bowfishing helps keep archery skills sharp
KyForward
During the spring and summer months, Josh and Nicole Nash keep their archery skills sharp by shooting fish. "We check the water levels during the week and go bowfishing on weekends, whenever conditions are ideal," said Nicole. The Nashes live in Bloomfield and bowfish most frequently on local lakes in Central Kentucky and on the Ohio River.
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Drought further threatens nation's 'endangered' rivers
RFD-TV
The lack of moisture is also having a big effect on the country's rivers and waterways. This has a huge negative impact on water quality, wildlife and nearby agricultural communities.
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Wisconsin limits deer hunting in 19 counties
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Wisconsin deer hunting is returning to an old tradition that stretches back to 1915: a buck-only season. The DNR says 19 northern and central forest zones will see the change this fall so the deer population can recover. Counties that are buck-only include Ashland, Bayfield, Burnett, Douglas, Florence, Forest, Iron, Jackson (central forest zone), Langlade, Lincoln, Oconto (northern forest zone), Oneida, Price, Rusk, Sawyer, Taylor, Vilas, Washburn and Wood (central forest zone).

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Taxidermist wires dead loons for research
The Mining Journal
The taxidermist called it the strangest request he'd ever had. He'd been brought a dead loon. Nothing too odd about that. But wildlife biologist Kevin Kenow asked the bird be mounted to look, well, flopped over dead. What Kenow then did with the loon might seem, at first glance, even stranger: He stuck a radio transmitter in it. Avian botulism had been killing loons and other waterfowl by the thousands on the Great Lakes. Most assumed birds that succumbed to the toxin would wash up not far from where they died, but Kenow and other researchers wanted to be sure.

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5 mature buck myths dashed
American Hunter
By Frank Miniter: "When I ask deer researchers what GPS-collar studies are telling them about mature-buck movement the first thing they all tell me is 'mature bucks are individuals."

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Hunting seasons set, most dates stay same
The Lebanon Democrat
The Tennessee Fish and Wildlife Commission has finalized this fall's hunting seasons, and the opening of muzzleloader season starts later — Nov. 8 — than some hunters had requested. The Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency each year invites hunters to submit comments and suggestions about the seasons, and one suggestion for 2014 was to move up the start of muzzleloader season.
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Adapting your hunt in windy conditions
By John McAdams
Sometimes conditions are just not in your favor during a hunt. You may have an ideal setup at a location that regularly draws large numbers of deer, but if the wind is blowing from the wrong direction, you are wasting your time at that location. In fact, you may actually be doing more harm than good by trying to push a bad situation. You cannot control the weather or the wind. At this point you basically have two choices: do nothing and go home unsuccessful, or change your strategy and try to make something happen.
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The wolf inside a Wyoming high school
Powell Tribune
A wolf never expects to be in a school, but a decision to chase cattle landed a canine in the halls of Powell High School in Wyoming. Each week during the spring semester, the wolf would figuratively make leaps and bounds as the PHS art classes tackled one of the most difficult taxidermy projects it had ever attempted. Senior Shawnea Harrington was the main driving force behind the project.
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