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What policies does Trump have in store for hunters?

Well, the 2016 elections are behind us, and Donald Trump is now our president-elect. Regardless of what you may think of the man, we can all agree his election will have many far-reaching impacts on the United States. So, what does his victory mean for sportsmen and women?...

source: By John McAdams
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About 640 tissue samples were collected from hunters in Boone County last weekend as part of efforts by the Missouri Department of Conservation to screen white-tailed deer for a fatal disease. Chronic wasting disease has been found...

source: Missourian

Nearly half the elk herds in southwestern Washington have some of their animals infected with a disease that leads to misshapen hoofs and other problems, wildlife officials told state legislators Monday. The condition, Treponeme...

source: The Spokesman-Review

Wildlife disease is on the rise and people are often the reason. And people have a lot to lose. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control reports that 60 percent of all known human infectious diseases and 70 percent of the newly discovered ones are spread from animals. An increase...

source: Great Lakes Echo

Biologists are slowly replacing traditional tracking collars with GPS-equipped ones as part of Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks' 10-year moose study. The better collars will allow the researchers to more quickly find dead moose to assess what it is that has killed them,...

source: Billings Gazette

Wyoming mule deer no longer have to worry whether they will have a safe migration route within the state. Ensuring safe passage has been a priority for several years and, finally, there is a long term solution. The Wyoming Game and Fish Commission recently acquired a 364-acre...

source: goHUNT

After three years and eight mountain lion deaths, the Arizona Game and Fish Department have decided to end its killing contract for mountain lions in the Catalinas north of Tucson . While controversial, AZGFD utilized an outside third...

source: goHUNT


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