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Wildlife tourism a $19 billion industry to Gulf of Mexico states
Business Blog
The wildlife tourism industry in the Gulf of Mexico states is a $19 billion industry and generates 2.6 million jobs, according to a report released by Datu Reseach, an economic research firm. The study was funded by Environmental Defense Fund with support from the Walton Family Foundation. "Wildlife Tourism and the Gulf Coast Economy" concluded that wildlife tourism is extremely valuable to the Gulf Coast economy and relies heavily on the health of the endangered Gulf Coast ecosystem in Louisiana, Florida, Texas, Alabama and Mississippi.
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Jim Hill buck: 177-inch Kentucky grapevine giant
North American Whitetail
For bowhunter Jim Hill, of Hebron, Ky., the 2011 season had been somewhat frustrating. Although he had seen numerous deer and taken several does, closing the deal on a mature buck had proved to be a difficult proposition. "In early December, I began getting trail camera photos of an impressive 10-pointer with a super-wide spread that I estimated to be over 20 inches," Hill recalled. "The buck was located on a farm I was quite familiar with, but because of other opportunities, I hadn't spent any time hunting there that fall. The photos pointed out an obvious glitch in my strategy."
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Growing population of ruthless feral swine causes $1.5 billion in agricultural damage
The New York Daily News
A feral pig invasion is rooting through the nation. Farmers across the country are feeling the wrath of these wild beasts as they roam through the fields killing livestock and spreading diseases, "Today" reports. Originally a regional problem, feral pigs started out pillaging in southern states such as Florida and Texas. Now, the rapidly reproducing swine are ranging north through at least 35 states with an estimated total strength of 5 million, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
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Sandhill crane hunt to be considered again
The Jackson Sun
Kentucky has a sandhill crane hunting season and is the only Southeastern state among 15 states nationwide that allow it. The migratory birds have wingspans up to six feet. Tens of thousands of them descend on southeastern Tennessee each winter.
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Gun-maker airlifts 20,000 extended magazines into Colorado ahead of ban
The Raw Story
Gun-maker Magpul airlifted thousands of extended assault rifle magazines into a Colorado gun show, giving away 1,500 and putting the rest up for sale just 24 hours before a new law took effect that makes the magazines illegal across the state. The event, "A Farewell to Arms," attracted over 3,000 gun enthusiasts who received free extended magazines with their purchases, according to CBS Denver. An additional 18,500 magazines were designated to be sold at discount, with the proceeds going to benefit a pro-gun group calling itself "Free Colorado."
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Firearms group sues to reverse new gun-control law in Connecticut
Reuters
A national trade association for the firearms industry filed a lawsuit against Connecticut Governor Dannel Malloy and others, seeking to reverse a tough gun-control law passed in the wake of the deadly shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School. The National Shooting Sports Foundation, which is headquartered in Newtown, Conn., just three miles from the school where a gunman in December killed 26 first-graders and staff, filed the lawsuit in federal court in Connecticut.
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Biden hits the road for gun control
OzarksFirst.com
President Barack Obama has made new gun control laws a priority of his second term. And he's sending Vice President Joe Biden on the road to some gun-friendly areas to get support for his proposals. Vice President Joe Biden is heading to Virginia to try to gain public support for President Barack Obama's gun control proposals. "It's not about keeping bad guns out of the hands of good people, it's about keeping all guns out of the hands of bad people," Biden said.
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Jim Hill buck: 177-inch Kentucky grapevine giant
North American Whitetail
For bowhunter Jim Hill, of Hebron, Ky., the 2011 season had been somewhat frustrating. Although he had seen numerous deer and taken several does, closing the deal on a mature buck had proved to be a difficult proposition.

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Obama administration pushes new public health research agenda on gun control
Fox News
In the near future, Americans who own or want guns likely will be subject to rafts of new questions from social scientists, medical researchers and law enforcement officials.

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Graduation gift: Bagging big game
Winfield Daily Courier
Abby Hoffman, who graduated from Udall High School recently in Kansas, got a most unusual graduation present.

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Browning introduces the A5 3 1/2" 12 gauge shotgun
Ammo Land
For 2013, Browning introduces the A5 shotgun with a 3½" chamber. This marks the first ever recoil-operated 3½" Browning shotgun. Five A5 models will be chambered in the new 3½", 12 Gauge: A5 in Mossy Oak Shadow Grass Blades, A5 in Realtree Max-4, A5 in Mossy Oak Break-Up Infinity, A5 Stalker and A5 Hunter. The recoil-operated Kinematic Drive system allows the A5 to cycle a wide range of loads.
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Arzy family donates bighorn sheep mount to Sheridan Game and Fish office
Sheridan Media
Former warden with the Wyoming Game and Fish Department, Raymond F. Arzy, passed away on June 20 in Sheridan, Wyo. But just a couple of weeks before he passed, Arzy and his family decided to donate his cherished bighorn sheep mount. Arzy decided that the Wyoming Game and Fish Department's Sheridan Regional Office was the best place to display it. The Sheridan office did not have a Bighorn Sheep mount on display at the time. Arzy harvested the ram in 1971 near Dubois.
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