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4 New Year's resolutions for hunting

With 2016 now in the rearview mirror, this is a good time to look back on our hunting experiences for the year and see how we could have done things better. God only knows how many deer and elk I passed by this hunting season without noticing they were there. The fact of...

source: By John McAdams
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State wildlife biologists have captured 32 members of a herd of bighorn sheep that live both in Montana and Canada and given them health checkups. The sheep were lured in with hay and captured under nets on the Woods Ranch Wildlife Management Area near Eureka. Fish, Wildlife...

source: The Associated Press via Great Falls Tribune

This is a sunbaked oasis of walled and gated neighborhoods, chic boutique hotels and verdant golf courses at the base of the rugged Santa Rosa Mountains. So, officials were caught off guard by a divisive controversy that erupted...

source: Los Angeles Times

The entire wolf population of Norway is in danger of being culled to the point of extinction as action groups demand a political rethink. Norway is planning a devastating cull, which would wipe out two-thirds of the Scandinavian country's...

source: Daily Express

Tehran's wildlife need to be fed artificially during winter as their habitats at lower altitudes, where food is plentiful naturally, have been obstructed by urban structures, according to a local environmental official. Mohammad Karami, the head of the Wildlife Office at...

source: Financial Tribune

On a recent morning in Boulder City, Nevada, a group of full-grown rams slowed traffic on U.S. Highway 93 as tourists stopped to photograph them grazing near the road. Meanwhile, in a city park just to the west, about a dozen ewes lounged in the grass as if they owned the...

source: Las Vegas Review-Journal via Boulder City Review

Montana's bighorn sheep are one of the most susceptible game animals to disease, but a new health monitoring program hopes to remedy some of those disease issues in the future. Wildlife managers are looking look to prevent the spread of disease by doing health checkups...

source: KPAX-TV


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