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Arizona Game and Fish Department to host Desert Bighorn Sheep workshops
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The Arizona Game and Fish Department Kingman office is set to host two separate, two-day Desert Bighorn Sheep workshops July 27-28 and Aug. 3-4. The first night of the workshop is mandatory classroom education from 6-8 p.m. The second day provides the opportunity of a four-hour boat ride beginning at 10:30 a.m. on the Colorado River. The excursion is between Willow Beach and Hoover Dam. More



Large bighorn horns to go on display in Kalispell, Mont.
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Wildlife officials in Montana say the fourth largest bighorn sheep horns on record come from a ram that apparently died of natural causes on Wild Horse Island at Flathead Lake. Dave Landstrom of Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks told the Flathead Beacon the skull and horns will be mounted as part of an educational display at the agency's office in Kalispell. More

Live hunt Alaska: Stalking brown bears in the last frontier
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Tyler Freel: "Battling harsh weather conditions in one of the toughest environments on the planet, my hunting buddies and I were able to take three huge brown bears on our 10-day fly-in trip in the Alaska Peninsula. It was one of the most fun and challenging bear hunts I have ever been on. Check out the story and photos from my adventure hunting one of the world's largest land predators." More

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Anti-wolf hunting activists plan to disrupt Minnesota lottery
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The State of Minnesota recently announced that it will hold its first wolf season. The early season would begin on Nov. 3 and continue until the completion of deer season. The late wolf season would coincide with bobcat season (Nov. 24 to Jan. 6) and is also open to trapping and snaring. There will be a total of 6,000 wolf licenses auctioned off and the harvest quota is 400 wolves. However, anti-wolf hunting activists plan to try and short circuit the system. More

In wild animals, charting the pathways of disease
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Peering into the nostrils of wild sheep is part of the nascent field of ecoimmunology, which seeks both to understand the immune systems of wild animals and to use that knowledge to gain a better understanding of human immune systems. Until recently, this kind of knowledge has been gleaned almost exclusively by studying pampered, genetically similar lab animals, which don't reflect a real-world scenario. More

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An example of why it's OK to buy a scope worth more than the rifle
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The Leupold Rimfire riflescopes are built with the same quality and workmanship you'd expect from a major manufacturer such as Leupold. They're waterproof, fog proof and relatively foolproof. For those fashion conscious shooters, they're available in gloss and matte black. The Leupold FX-1 4x28mm Rimfire scope is specifically made for use with, you guessed it, rimfire rifles and has its parallax set at 60 yards. More

Hawaii's plan to eradicate deer angers big-game hunters
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Hawaiian wildlife officials say they have identified about 100 non-native Axis deer on the northern and southern ends of the Big Island. Authorities believe the mysterious appearance is actually the result of someone lowering some of the deer onto the northern tip of the island by helicopter. On the southern coast, tracks indicate that deer were pushed into the ocean and forced to swim to shore. More

Would you hunt with a 10mm handgun?
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Trying to find a semiauto suitable for hunting that is also comfortable to carry isn't easy. There aren't many auto pistols chambered for magnum cartridges, and the few available offerings are too big and heavy for daily carry. The fact that it is the most powerful factory cartridge offered in a traditional 1911 made the 10mm Auto the realistic choice, but the 10mm can stand on its own merits. More

Elk hunters can find many options near Turnbull, Wash.
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Big-game hunters still have a shot at getting a Washington special permit even though the May 18 deadline for submitting applications has passed. Tickets for raffle permit hunts managed by the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife will be sold through July 13. Many of these permits allow choice hunts for deer, elk, mountain goat, moose and bighorn sheep. More

Survival knives: 20 great knives for wilderness survival
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If you only had one knife to take into the wilderness — which one would you choose? There's no shortage of opinions on this topic. We all have our favorites and differing reasons why we like one knife above all others. While the concept of "living off the land" with just a knife has more to do with solid outdoor skills than it does with knife choice, it's still fair to say that the quality and usefulness of your knife could be the difference between life and death. More


 
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