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WSF chapters and affiliates join together in Denver for wild sheep
More than 60 delegates from 18 WSF Chapter and Affiliates plus representatives from state and federal wildlife and resource agencies assembled June 10-12 in Denver to work together for wild sheep, their habitat, their wild sheep hunters and wild sheep enthusiasts and to coordinate their wild sheep advocacy efforts at the Chapter & Affiliate Summit IV meeting, hosted by WSF and the Rocky Mountain Bighorn Society.

Live auction to hunt a desert bighorn ram on the Elephant Mountain Wildlife Management Area in Texas
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A permit to hunt a desert bighorn ram on the Elephant Mountain Wildlife Management Area in the mountains of West Texas, one of the premier desert bighorn hunting areas, will be auctioned to the highest auction bidder on July 9, at WildLife 2011, the annual convention of the Texas Wildlife Association.

Rare bighorn sheep face new pressures from lions
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On the easternmost edge of Yosemite's expanse of glacial granite, far from tourist haunts, a tiny lamb rams his mother's udder then flutters its tail when milk starts to flow. California biologists watching through spotting scopes take note, for this is no ordinary baby and this treacherous sheet of talus rock at 8,000-feet elevation is not particularly safe, even for a creature as sure-footed as his mother. More

Salem, Ore., man gets 4 tags in drawings
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Matt McColly of Salem, Ore., pulled off a never-been-done hunting quadfecta during the recent controlled-hunt tag drawings. Given the preference points that McColly and his dad, Dennis, had piled up, their deer tags in the Silvies Unit and the elk tags in the Murderer's Creek Unit were pretty much a lock. But according to Don Whittaker of the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, the odds of wrapping up the four-tag sweep that Matt McColly pulled off were one in 108,277. More

FWP says effort to cull bighorns with pneumonia appears successful
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The pneumonia outbreak that killed more than 500 bighorn sheep across six western Montana populations since late 2009 has reached an important juncture. "It's the first year we've had a chance to look at the survival of lambs in the first crop born after the outbreak," says Mike Thompson, wildlife manager for Montana Fish, Wildlife and Park's Region 2. More

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Montana, Idaho prepare for fall wolf hunts as debate lingers over how many is enough
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Public opinion on gray wolves remains sharply split as Montana and Idaho wildlife officials prepare to resume hunts for the predators after Congress removed their endangered species protections. Montana State Fish, Wildlife and Parks commissioners are due to meet July 14 to adopt a quota of 220 wolves to be killed during fall rifle and archery hunts. More

Mountain goat viewing on Mount Juneau, Alaska
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A hike on Mount Juneau and along the ridge above Granite Creek is an excellent day trip for goat viewing. Hikers should take into account weather conditions as fog and rain can move in quickly and make the ridge dangerous and the Mount Juneau trail treacherous. More

Strategies for scouting deer while you fish
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Like many deer hunting fanatics, Travis Faulkner also likes to fish during the spring and summer months when he is not chasing heavy-racked bucks. However, in order to stay on top of your game, it's extremely important to scout diligently throughout the off-season. This is exactly why Faulkner loves combining intense whitetail scouting with some carefree fishing. Here's how he does it. More

Good optics, rifle not the only things needed for successful groundhog hunt
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Last week George Block wrote about scope sights to be used primarily for woodchuck hunting. But there are plenty of other gadgets that are just as important. A good rifle deserves quality optics, but a good rangefinder is also needed for successful long-range shooting. When you're guessing a distance is about five football fields that include dips and rises, sometimes those guesses can be a bit optimistic. More

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