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US Senate and House send letters saying 'NO' to UN Arms Trade Treaty
Ammo Land
In October 2009, at the U.N. General Assembly, the Obama administration reversed the positions of the two previous administrations and voted for the United States to participate in negotiating the United Nations Arms Trade Treaty. On Sept. 25, Obama’s designs on international gun control were realized, as Secretary of State John Kerry signed the ATT on behalf of the Obama administration. The NRA strongly opposes this treaty, which clearly jeopardizes the right to keep and bear arms protected by the Second Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.
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How to unravel a blood trail
Field & Stream
Anyone can follow a good blood trail. But a drop here, a smear there, then maybe no blood at all? That takes skill. This scenario depicts the most difficult challenges you may face when tracking a wounded deer.
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Something is killing off the moose
The Associated Press via Republican & Herald
Across North America — in places as far-flung as Montana and British Columbia, New Hampshire and Minnesota — moose populations are in steep decline. And no one is sure why. Twenty years ago, Minnesota had two geographically separate moose populations. One of them has virtually disappeared since the 1990s, declining to fewer than 100 from 4,000.
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Jemima Khan's giraffe proves that taxidermy is getting sexy
Daily Star
Stuffing dead animals and putting them out on display is the latest trend for hip home owners. And it is particularly popular among women, such as Russell Brand's former lover Jemima Khan. She's is a big taxidermy fan and even a full-size giraffe on the stairs of her posh pad. The mom of two has a full collection of dead animals on display around her home, including a zebra, a moose and a pair of crocodiles.
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Indiana to appeal high-fence deer hunting ruling
Indianapolis Star
Indiana's attorney general is going to appeal a recent court ruling that appears to open the door to more high-fence deer hunting in the state and restrict the Department of Natural Resources authority to enforce state hunting laws on the private deer-hunting preserves.
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Enthusiasts encourage more women to give hunting a shot
NPR
Women still make up only a small percentage of all hunters, but that number has increased significantly in recent years. Now, organizations like the Wyoming Women's Foundation want to encourage more growth through mentorship.
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Kansas deer hunting is nationally known, but maintaining status is a challenge
The Kansas City Star
Kansas wildlife biologists marvel at how far the state's deer hunting has come in such a short amount of time. The Sunflower State has one of the shortest hunting traditions in the nation. It wasn't until 1965 that the first modern deer season was opened. And that was after a 50-year closure of hunting in the state. A total of 5,000 permits were issued in that first season and 1,500 deer were taken. And hunters and wildlife biologists thought that was extraordinary.
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Deer hunting: 8 rut myths busted
Outdoor Life
When it comes to hunting the rut, sportsmen far and wide hang their hats on a lot of old information.

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South Dakota artist Adam Grimm wins 2013 Federal Duck Stamp Contest
Ammo Land
Adam Grimm, an Ohio native who now lives in Burbank, S.D., is the winner of the 2013 Federal Duck Stamp Art Contest.

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A beginner's guide to taxidermy
The Telegraph
Although the golden age taxidermy — the craft of preparing, stuffing and mounting animal skins — ended with the Victorian era, the art form itself has made something of a comeback in recent years.

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Deer hunting: 8 rut myths busted
Outdoor Life
When it comes to hunting the rut, sportsmen far and wide hang their hats on a lot of old information. But recent whitetail research allows us to reevaluate some of these misconceptions and the new knowledge will help us hunt smarter.
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Pheasant hunting season outlook on par with last year
The Bellingham Herald
The general pheasant hunting season opened Oct. 19 in Eastern Washington and hunters should find bird counts similar to previous years. Decent to good weather earlier this spring made for good conditions when broods were hatching, especially in Region Two (Adams, Chelan, Douglas, Grant and Okanogan counties). That is particularly good news in Grant County, which has the highest average pheasant harvest rate from 2008-2012.
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