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Tourist Gets Way too Close to Moose For Selfie—and Is Lucky He Wasn’t Stomped
It’s selfie season with wildlife in National Parks, and tourists will be fined—or mauled
Why Not Legalize All Corner Crossing in the West?
Millions of acres of public land in the West are "corner-locked" by private lands, but blanket legalization of corner crossing might not the best solution. Here's why
LaVern Beier: The Bear Man of Southeast Alaska
The story behind one of the most prominent brown bear researchers in the Last Frontier
Alewives Return to Maine Lake for the First Time Since Revolutionary War
Over half a million of the small, silvery fish have already made their way to China Lake
Nebraska Wardens Apprehend Two Groups of Panfish Poachers, Seize 265 Crappies and Bluegills as Evidence
Local game wardens say the two groups were caught in possession of "an extraordinarily high number of fish"
After Walmart Shopping With a Fawn Whitetail, Georgia Couple Receives a Citation
Don't take your fawns to town son
“Bulls for Billionaires.” Are Montana’s 454 Permits a Step Toward Privatizing the State’s Elk Herd?
The permits allow private landowners more opportunity to hunt bull elk, but they also create opportunity for public hunting on private ranches
Growing Black Bear Populations Could Mean a Bear Hunting Boom in America
As bear populations continue to thrive, more states are looking to expand hunting opportunities
A Bear Got Trapped Inside This Colorado Pickup Truck
A black bear looking for food scraps in a pickup truck was trapped when the wind slammed the door shut
Wildlife Officials Eliminate Population Cap on Mexican Gray Wolves
This change was spurred by a federal court decision to encourage genetic diversity