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Interesting notes from recent TPWD law enforcement reports

The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department publishes some of its more interesting events compiled from TPWD law enforcement reports each month or so. These reports are usually good for a laugh and sometimes even provide a good lesson or two. As I noted in a previous article,...

source: By John McAdams
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The Wyoming Game and Fish Department recently confirmed chronic wasting disease, a fatal neurodegenerative prion disease that affects cervids, in a mule deer west of the Continental Divide near Bondurant, Wyoming.

source: University of Minnesota

Advances in satellite tracking technology are helping biologists to better understand how many animals rely on corridors — strips of land that link habitats — and how wildlife crossings over and under roads are essential to reconnect...

source: Brainerd Dispatch

The debate has lingered for decades, growing increasingly loud. Trophy hunting, some argue, can cause evolution in reverse as hunters select for the biggest, most robust males each season, eventually removing those genetics from the...

source: Casper Star-Tribune

Bighorn sheep don't sound good coughing. And biologists warn it's the sign of sheeps' number one killer — pneumonia. The respiratory disease is why the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources adopted new management numbers last week,...

source: Utah Public Radio

The 10-year statewide management plan for bighorn sheep in Utah was approved in November 2018, and on Oct. 3, the Utah Wildlife Board approved plans for each of the specific regions in Utah that have bighorn sheep populations, according to Faith Jolley of the Utah Division...

source: The Times-Independent

Southern Arizona's bighorn sheep population is continuing to grow. The Arizona Game and Fish Department says it recently conducted an aerial survey over the Silverbell Mountains where they spotted 160 sheep and a mountain lion. AZGFD...

source: KGUN-TV


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