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Texas House votes to halt feral hog poison

As predicted in a previous article, the battle has intensified over the use of Kaput, a warfarin-based hog poison recently approved by Texas Agriculture Commissioner Sid Miller. Both sides have brought out the heavy artillery and scored a couple of notable successes in...

source: By John McAdams
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The harsh, cold winter has had a heavy impact on wildlife in Western Wyoming, and wildlife officials say deer have been especially affected. Recent surveys of the Sublette and Wyoming Range herds show deer fawn mortality rates of at...

source: KTWO-Radio

The Vermont Department of Fish and Wildlife is reminding people who find young animals in the wild that they should be left alone. It is against the law to pick up wildlife and it can do more harm than good. Handling wildlife can expose them to disease and angry wildlife...

source: The Associated Press via U.S. News & World Report

Finding a "mortally wounded" mule deer buck on Main Street isn't a typical occurrence. Yet, last September, that's exactly what happened. Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks wardens were called to the scene of an unfortunate crime: a dead trophy mule deer buck lying on North...

source: goHUNT

The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife recently completed its 2016 wolf count with surprising results. Last year, wildlife biologists confirmed 110 wolves within the state; this year's tally only found 112. With just two more confirmed wolves, ODFW described 2016's growth...

source: goHUNT

With longer days and sunny spring weather the bighorn ewe, heavy with her spring lamb, eagerly sought out tender grasses finally sprouting on the west-facing slope above the lake to graze on and get her strength back after a snowy winter in the Okanagan, British Columbia. As...

source: The Daily Courier

On April 12, a public meeting was held by the Ninemile Ranger District to discuss the Petty Creek Big Game Ecosystem Management Burn Project. Prescribed burns will begin soon, if weather permits. This is a large landscape-scale project covering approximately 6,000 acres...

source: Clark Fork Valley Press


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