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Woman Survives Deer Attack

An Idaho man and woman are recuperating from a weekend attack by a mule deer.  The woman was walking near her home near Logan, Utah on Friday morning when she was attacked by a buck mule deer.  She was knocked to the ground and the deer began raking her body and gored her legs with its antlers

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Sow Grizzly Euthanized After DNA Links Her To Hiker Deaths [AUDIO]

A grizzly bear sow with two cubs was euthanized after being linked to both hiker deaths this summer in Yellowstone National Park.

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Yellowstone Grizzly Killed Following 2nd Mauling

BILLINGS, Mont. (AP) — Yellowstone National Park officials say they have killed a grizzly bear that fatally mauled a hiker after DNA evidence linked the bear to the scene of a second hiker's death.

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Five Pronghorn Poached, Game And Fish Seek Info

Another poaching incident northwest of Casper has Wyoming Game and Fish asking for help.

"Last week we had five pronghorn buck that were shot and abandoned. This was out near 33 mile road. These were four yearling bucks and one mature buck

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National Zoo to Send Black-Footed Ferrets to Colorado

WASHINGTON — The National Zoo's conservation center in Virginia is sending a group of black-footed ferrets to "boot camp" in Colorado to prepare the critters for life in the wild.

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Elk Poached In Converse County, Info Sought, Reward Offered

A poached bull elk was found shot out-of-season earlier this week at the Echo Mountain Ranch south of Glenrock and area game officials would like help solving the crime.

" This elk had been killed by a rifle

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Wyoming Horse And Montana Wrangler Face Down Grizzly

A big-hearted horse from Wyoming, named Tonk, is a main character in the story of bravery in the face of a charging grizzly that took place this past July.

Female lead wrangler, Erin Bolster, at Swan Mountain Outfitters in Montana was a-top Tonk, a large spirited grey, and on a routine trail ride near Glacier National Park when a charging grizzly burst on to the scene

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Vilsack Spells Out Sage Grouse Plan

Instead of tackling all the threats to the sage grouse in a massive land area the USDA's Natural Resources and Conservation Services and its partners are focusing efforts on specific landscapes in the west

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No Deer Hunt For Casper Mountain Hunt Area 67

Casper area wildlife management specialists say they heard loud and clear from Casper Mountain and area residents not to open hunting to mule deer in Hunt Area 67.

Justin Binfet, is a wildlife biologist for the regional Game and Fish offices

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Last Chance To Comment On Wyoming’s Wolf Plan

One week remains for public comment on the proposed wolf management plan for Wyoming.

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