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- Four Fatal Gator Attacks in 76 Days Is a Statistical Anomaly. Here’s Why It HappenedAlligators have killed four people in the Southeast in less than 11 weeks. John Dreyer / Getty Images"I really believe we have more people creating conflicts for wildlife out of respect, appreciation, and interest than we do people just being jerks." The post Four Fatal Gator Attacks in 76 Days Is a Statistical Anomaly. Here’s […]
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- Man Fined $9,000 for Poaching Striped Bass, Then Dumping Them Overboard While Fleeing Law EnforcementAuthorities with Rhode Island DEM say the fisherman attempted to flee law enforcement after he was caught harvesting stripers in a protected area. Rhode Island DEMPoachers aboard the boat "Just for the Haters" tried to dispose of evidence while evading the authorities The post Man Fined $9,000 for Poaching Striped Bass, Then Dumping Them Overboard […]
- A Classic Stalk for Yukon Caribou, From the ArchivesThis hunt for caribou rounded out Elliot's three-part hunt in Alaska and Canada. Kim Heacox / Getty ImagesCaribou come easy, I kept telling myself. But I hadn’t allowed for that freak accident with my horse The post A Classic Stalk for Yukon Caribou, From the Archives appeared first on Outdoor Life.
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- Four Fatal Gator Attacks in 76 Days Is a Statistical Anomaly. Here’s Why It Happened
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Colorado Parks and Wildlife officials are grappling with how to find new revenue streams amid budget cuts and millions of dollars worth of deferred maintenance stacking up at its dams and fisheries just in time for thousands of orange- and camouflage-clad … Continue reading
Dove hunting in Colorado opened Thursday, the traditional opener serving as a tuneup of sorts for the duck, goose, pheasant and quail seasons to come. Opening day found our group of seven tuning up in the Arkansas Valley near my … Continue reading
More than 950,000 people hunt and fish in Colorado every year. That’s second only to the ski industry. Fact is, 70 percent of Colorado Parks and Wildlife’s annual budget comes from hunting and fishing license revenue. “That includes everything. Both game … Continue reading