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Reintroducing endangered South American deer to Patagonian wilds

Chileans are making positive strides in the battle to bring back their emblematic Patagonian huemul, a medium-sized deer with large, mule-like ears that decorates the nation's coat of arms alongside the Andean condor. Later this month,...

source: By Jo Anne Smith-Flueck and Fernando Vidal Mugica
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Humans have been driving evolution for millennia, often intentionally: Over the past 11,000 years, we've domesticated more than 700 plants and animals, turning the gray wolf into the toy poodle and the bland, bitter watermelon into a sweet, summertime snack. Among the 95...

source: The Atlantic

A pair of Lake County hunters had the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to hunt bighorn sheep thanks to lucking out with the annual Oregon Department of Wildlife drawing. Both hunters, Ryan Conn and Tom Allen, were enthused with what they collected while out in the field, though...

source: Lake County Exam

The Air Force wants to extend a training area onto a portion of the 1.6 million acres that make up a massive wildlife refuge north of Las Vegas. Defense Department plans announced in August that would expand the Nevada Test and Training Range by more than 300,000 acres....

source: The Associated Press via Mohave Daily News

Perhaps no issue has been as controversial among Idaho hunters as the idea of "auction tags," which would give the highest bidder access to some of the most sought-after hunts in the state. It has led to a major shake-up on the Idaho Fish and Game Commission, behind-the-scenes...

source: Billings Gazette

A count of the bighorn sheep population in the Catalina Mountains shows they are coming up short. Arizona Game and Fish Department say the current population is estimated to be 66. That is slightly lower than their threshold level of...

source: KVOA-TV

Majestic bighorn sheep deftly dart up and down the steep, jagged walls of canyons throughout Colorado, delighting wildlife watchers when they spot the iconic Colorado animal that, just over a century ago, neared extinction. With a statewide population of 7,000 bighorns,...

source: Reporter Herald


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