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Canned shooting is not hunting

Canned shooting is a controversial and commonly misunderstood topic that is often confused with trophy hunting. While they may seem similar to the uninformed, they are actually two completely different activities without much in common. Hopefully, this article will clear...

source: By John McAdams
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In New Mexico, the state manages Barbary Sheep as they do the other Exotic Game Animals previously introduced, and as part of the state's Big Game Hunting Programs for resident and nonresident public lands licensed hunts. The state identifies them as Barbary Sheep. In Texas,...

source: AmmoLand

The Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission adopted new rules to combat a disease found in deer, but the new rules could put a strain on many of the state's 1,300 deer breeding businesses. The commission's vote came after months of discussions with interested groups, including...

source: Austin American-Statesman

Conservationists and wildlife enthusiasts from across the country gathered June 16-18 in Estes Park, Colorado, for the 80th annual meeting of the National Wildlife Federation. Many areas of concern for wildlife and habitat were discussed. Privatization of wildlife, transfer...

source: Columbia Daily Tribune

The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission is moving forward with a significant effort to conserve Florida's most vulnerable wildlife throughout the state. At its June meeting, the Commission recommended staff move forward with efforts to establish a suite of...

source: Outdoor Daily News

Commissioners voted unanimously to approve a Chronic Wasting Disease Management Zone made up of Boone, Carroll, Johnson, Logan, Madison, Marion, Newton, Pope, Searcy and Yell counties in Arkansas. CWD has been found in five of these counties since first being discovered...

source: Outdoor Daily News

Wisconsin wolf numbers continue to rise, causing some to wonder how high the numbers need to be before federal protections will be lifted and hunting and trapping of the hearty predators restored. Overall wolf populations have increased nearly 30 percent in just two years...

source: goHUNT


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