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Take care of your hunting dog
The News Star
Good hunting dogs give so much. They depend on us so much, and we need to do everything in our power to take care of them — their life is so short anyway compared to ours. Here are some suggestions for care of your canine hunting partner.
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Province proposes grizzly hunting around Kimberley
The Daily Townsman
The B.C. government is proposing to re-open limited entry hunting for grizzly bears in the St. Mary River Valley, Md. It's one of two areas in the East Kootenay — the other is around Fernie, Sparwood and Elkford — that could be reopened to grizzly hunting after a two-year sabbatical. "The areas where resumed hunting is being proposed have stable to increasing grizzly populations that can sustain a conservative hunt," said Andrew Wilson, Director of B.C.'s Fish, Wildlife and Habitat Management Branch within the Ministry of Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations.
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How many bighorn sheep should die outside Tucson?
AZ Central
This is a cautionary tale of wildlife and humans. It’s about a laudable goal and a lousy process that excluded people from discussions about a public resource. Last month, 31 bighorn sheep were released in the Santa Catalina Mountains north of Tucson. Bighorns hadn’t been seen in those rugged foothills since the 1990s. It was thrilling to think those beautiful creatures might re-create a herd on the edge of Arizona’s second-largest metropolitan area.
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Deer Trail residents will vote on proposal to allow shooting from an unmanned aircraft
The Denver Channel via ABC
Deer Trail residents will get to vote on whether to allow drone hunting. Only 19 signatures were required to trigger an election in a town with only 320 registered voters. A legal challenge claimed the petition drive was approved by a biased town clerk, Kim Oldfield, who failed to follow state guidelines when she approved the signatures.
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Alberta's Heritage of Wildlife and headwaters up for grabs
National Geographic
When the famous naturalist and guide Andy Russell led hunters and summer visitors on horseback through southwest Alberta during 1930s-1950s, the country was wild, the waters clean and full of native trout, and wildlife roamed the mountains in security. But over the past 50 years, expanding resource extraction and associated roads have penetrated most of these remote valleys. Once-abundant populations have been diminished, habitat security has been breached, connectivity has been fractured, and genetic integrity compromised.
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Bighorn sheep a once-in-a-lifetime hunt
Moapa Valley Progress
It took 19 years for Candy Evans of Logandale to draw a Nevada Big Horn Sheep tag and she couldn’t be more thrilled about harvesting her animal. “I didn’t think it was ever going to happen,” she said. “But I’m excited it finally happened and at a good time too.” Now that her kids are older she felt she had the time to dedicate to her hunt, she explained.
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Feed and lack of supply is driving livestock prices at present
Interest.co.nz
Lamb schedules continue to fall and prices for early drafted lambs disappoint as it takes a very good draft to average $100 a head. The lamb crop is predicted to be down 4.7 percent which Beef and Lamb NZ report will be the second smallest crop in 60 years and sheep tallies have now fallen to 31 million.

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Mountain sheep crashes Thanksgiving at Montana home
Great Falls Tribune
A southwestern Montana family had an interesting party butt in on their Thanksgiving in 2013. Peter Silcher tells the Ravalli Republic that he, his wife and two sons were hanging out that afternoon in their home southeast of Hamilton when they felt the house shake and heard a “resounding thud.”

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Obama's EPA closing smelter will not affect ammunition supply
The Washington Times
Gun owners can rest easy about one aspect of President Obama’s agenda. The Environmental Protection Agency decision to close the country’s last remaining lead smelter will not cause further ammunition shortages or higher costs.

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Madison Valley landowner opposes wild sheep transplant
Bozeman Daily Chronicle
One of two proposed locations is no longer an option for transplanting bighorn sheep in the Madison Range. When the Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks Commission approved a plan last week to transplant up to 150 wild sheep from the Taylor-Hilgard area to a region farther north in the Madison Range, two transplant sites were still under consideration: Indian Creek and Wolf Creek.
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