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A thriving fur market was a pheasant's best friend. Birds such as quail, grouse, pheasants, and other ground nesting species benefited dramatically because trappers...

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In the 1990s, Pennsylvania was a powerhouse of deer hunting, with thriving populations and a million licensed hunters. Deer hunting was such a historical...

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Wild hogs are coming! Wild hogs are coming! Like a pest-control Paul Revere, wildlife officials are warning about the dramatic population increase in wild hogs, and...

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Early season is a great time to take does to keep population numbers in check. Crop-damage permits can often be used prior to the season....

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The world's oldest wild bear is a well-known resident of the Bigfork-Marcel area of northern Minnesota, and the Department of Natural Resources is working...

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Food plots for whitetail deer have become common across the nation, with many hunt clubs and individual conservation-minded sportsmen devoting hours of time and...

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Conservationists have long known that conservation funding provides benefits including much-needed jobs and tax revenues to the American economy. “The Conservation Economy in America,”...

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Bald eagles are known for their strength, power and, most notably for Americans, as the symbol of American freedom. The species was nearly wiped...
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Although used primarily on the battlefield, drone technology is now proving beneficial to those looking to study the natural world. Biologists are supplementing their...

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Spring and early summer are ideal times to begin habitat development projects, and you'll be amazed how many ways you can improve your habitat...