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Federal land closures do not apply to state-managed hunting areas
The Oregonian
Uncertainty reigning in Washington, D.C., spilled all the way into the ranks of hunters as 561 federally managed wildlife refuges closed nationwide, including those with hunt programs. The closures, however, do not affect state-managed wildlife management areas, all of which remain open.
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Hunting tags now available to nonprofit groups for 2014-2015 season
Redwood Times
The California Department of Fish and Wildlife invites nonprofit organizations to help wildlife by auctioning big game hunting license tags for the 2014-2015 season. These tags will allow the highest bidder to hunt bighorn sheep, deer, elk and pronghorn antelope in California. Only 12 to 14 of these special fundraising tags will be reserved for 501(c)(3) nonprofit groups to sell.
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The next generation: Take a kid hunting
By John McAdams
Though it is a cliche, kids really are the future, and this is especially true with hunting. Yes, it is often times inconvenient to take a kid hunting. They generally have a shorter attention span than adults and it is much more difficult for them to keep quiet and sit still for an extended period of time. For these reasons and others, having a kid with you makes it much more difficult to seriously hunt for a trophy deer. However, it might be useful to take a different view of the situation.
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Taxidermy, as told by its biggest fan ever
Fast Company
Alexis Turner has been collecting and dealing taxidermy specimens for the better part of 20 years. In that time, the owner of London Taxidermy has seen the art and industry of preserved animals go from niche market to full-on pop culture phenom. But how, exactly, did an aristocratic indulgence and erstwhile museum prop end up in lingerie ads, Damien Hirst installations and hipster bars?
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Tips for bowhunting fall turkeys
Outdoor Life
Whether you've shot your buck early or are just looking for a new bowhunting challenge, wild turkeys offer opportunity and excitement—and the finest meal ever to hit your Thanksgiving table. While bowhunters continue to discover the joys of spring turkey hunting, autumn's hunt doesn't see much stick-and-string participation. Yet archery gear is legal in all states that have fall wild turkey seasons.
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Taxidermist starts career at young age
Britt News Tribune
Customers have learned Remington Hutton can get the taxidermy project completed before his grandpa Roger can. The word is out and, now, it's been a boon to Remington's taxidermy business. "Sometimes it takes my grandpa two years to get (it done). Family and friends who know my grandpa were referred to me."
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Nighttime coyote hunting rules announced
The Courier-Journal
It may seem inherently unsafe to some — hunting with guns in the dark of night — but Kentucky now joins a number of other states to allow the practice. The Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources has issued new regulations allowing hunters to use a shotgun to take coyotes at night, year round. Lights or night vision equipment can only be used from Feb. 1 through May 31, according the rules recently finalized and publicized.
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Taxidermist starts career at young age
Britt News Tribune
Customers have learned Remington Hutton can get the taxidermy project completed before his grandpa Roger can. The word is out and, now, it's been a boon to Remington's taxidermy business.

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North Carolina man's taxidermy wins state awards
The Charlotte Observer
If taxidermy brings to mind those ubiquitous deer heads on fireplace mantels and hunting lodges, meet Dennis Smith.

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Taxidermist seeks to recreate natural scenes
The Star Phoenix
his lynx will never catch its prey. Frozen in time, the grey feline will always stand on its hind legs, its claws a whiskerwidth from a juicy, panicked ptarmigan.

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Gov. Brown signs Bump and Grind, bighorn sheep bill
The Desert Sun
California Gov. Jerry Brown has signed a bill that specifies a three-month annual closing of the popular Bump and Grind Trail and calls for devoting at least $100,000 to monitoring Peninsular bighorn sheep in the area. State Assemblyman Brian Nestande, R-Palm Desert, authored the bill and has said it was intended to be a "cleanup" measure after another bill approved last year didn't specify the three months of each year that the hiking trail would be closed.
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Keven Moore on insurance: A heads-up on landowner liability during hunting season
KYForward
Keven Moore, a contributor for KYForward, writes: "With opening day of muzzleloader season for deer hunters just days away, landowner liability is a great concern, so I thought I would try to help clear the air. Being a recovering deer-hunting addict who jeopardized my marriage every October and November, I can relate to the overwhelming attraction of being out in the woods for days at a time. The temptation to sneak up and trespass on an adjacent field to the property I was hunting was sometimes overpowering. But being more responsible these days, after 28 years of intense re-education with my wife/counselor, I have been reformed."
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