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Texas looking at new antler restrictions for mule deer

In an effort to improve the overall mule deer herd composition in the Texas Panhandle, Texas Parks and Wildlife officials are considering making changes to the mule deer hunting regulations. Specifically, TPWD is looking at implementing antler restrictions in order to reduce...

source: By John McAdams
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More than 50 bighorn sheep are carrying new equipment to help the Nebraska Game and Parks Commission track and aid their populations, some of which are struggling in areas of the state. A crew of about 50 people, consisting of Commission staff and volunteers, equipped the...

source: NEBRASKAland

Tickets are still available for the Washington Wild Sheep Foundation's annual fundraising banquet. The banquet will be held on Saturday, March 10, at the Hotel Murano in Tacoma, Washington. The hotel is easily accessible off Interstate 5 and is just a short drive from...

source: Washington Wild Sheep Foundation

The Montana Chapter of the Wild Sheep Foundation and the Wild Sheep Foundation would like to add context and clarity as to why we strongly oppose using the Greenhorn bighorn sheep population as a basis for a preliminary injunction filed against the USFS to prevent domestic...

source: Montana Standard

Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke visited Utah for the third time in less than a year recently, issuing a secretarial order to improve conservation and coordination of big game migration and winter range corridors in 11 Western states. In...

source: Desert New Utah

The Pine Ridge mountain lion population continues to grow. "We believe we've seen an increase," said Sam Wilson of the Nebraska Game and Parks. Data collected last summer indicates there are nearly 60 animals living along the Pine Ridge, which stretches across the northwestern...

source: Rapid City Journal

Cougars are far more social than previously thought, a Sequim scientist told a Peninsula College audience. A 17-year study in northwest Wyoming found that social tolerance among mountain lions was largely driven by direct reciprocity, Mark Elbroch said in a Studium Generale...

source: The Associated Press via The Register Citizen


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