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Of deer and the aroma of politics - Charleston Gazette
Sun, 21 Sep 2014 04:11:16 GMT

Of deer and the aroma of politics
Charleston Gazette
According to State Farm Insurance's annual “List of States Where Deer-Vehicle Confrontations Are Most Likely,” West Virginia drivers have a better chance than drivers in any other state of having a damaging run-in with a deer. In fact, West Virginia ...
With rut approaching, beware of deer in your headlightsLa Crosse Tribune

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Regulations give Ohio deer chance to rebound - Columbus Dispatch
Sun, 21 Sep 2014 10:01:22 GMT

Regulations give Ohio deer chance to rebound
Columbus Dispatch
During that time, which includes gun and muzzleloader seasons, hunters will tag about 185,000 whitetails, said Clint McCoy, deer biologist with the Ohio Division of Wildlife. Since peaking in 2009-10 at 261,260, the annual deer kill has declined ...


Dispatches from opening day of archery deer season - Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Sun, 21 Sep 2014 05:41:01 GMT

Dispatches from opening day of archery deer season
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Richland Center — The late afternoon sun painted the coulee region with gold. About 4:30 p.m. a pair of white-tailed deer wandered into the field to my south and bedded down. A dozen wild turkeys foraged through the clover, plucking insects from the ...


Frye: A few outdoor bits and pieces - Tribune-Review
Sun, 21 Sep 2014 00:19:27 GMT

Frye: A few outdoor bits and pieces
Tribune-Review
This past week, state Rep. Marc Gergely, an Allegheny County Democrat, introduced House Bill 2476, which would make it illegal for hunters to use unmanned aerial drones for “hunting or viewing” wildlife during any hunting season, in the wild as well as ...

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Elevation points illustrate Yellowstone County's ecological variety - Billings Gazette
Sun, 21 Sep 2014 06:23:25 GMT

Elevation points illustrate Yellowstone County's ecological variety
Billings Gazette
There is only dryland farming up there, where there's no spare water to be irrigating crops. A few scattered ... Here, mammoth cottonwood trees grow fat on a steady diet of river water, providing shade to thick undergrowth, whitetail deer and mammoth ...

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Hunting: Maine needs goodwill hunting, recreating - Press Herald
Sun, 21 Sep 2014 04:08:02 GMT

Hunting: Maine needs goodwill hunting, recreating
Press Herald
At the first North American whitetail summit held last March in Missouri, stakeholder groups were charged with identifying issues they felt most threatened the future of deer hunting. Among the top was access or, ... Much of the groundwork was laid ...


Orr's Cold Springs isn't an average rural pit stop - Watertown Public Opinion
Sat, 20 Sep 2014 06:12:51 GMT

Orr's Cold Springs isn't an average rural pit stop
Watertown Public Opinion
There is plenty of bone around the place, including sheds, mounts and photos of white-tailed deer. ... Cook says many visitors — some from distant places — claim they were here as kids, and share fond memories of their stop at the deer farm. "People ...

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Environmental Almanac: An ecological look at the humble acorn - Champaign/Urbana News-Gazette
Sun, 21 Sep 2014 12:13:36 GMT

Champaign/Urbana News-Gazette

Environmental Almanac: An ecological look at the humble acorn
Champaign/Urbana News-Gazette
That's because two mammals important in the life cycle of the ticks that transmit it, white-footed mice and white-tailed deer, are drawn together by heavy concentrations of mast. So mast years promote increased populations of black-legged ticks in the ...

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Covert Scouting Pattern Late-Summer - Field and Stream (blog)
Fri, 19 Sep 2014 21:11:38 GMT

Covert Scouting Pattern Late-Summer
Field and Stream (blog)
“You're always teetering between knowing enough about a big whitetail to kill him and pressing so hard that you alert the deer,” says Kirkpatrick. “Mature bucks ... If you don't work the land yourself, the farmers who do are an invaluable source of ...


Collectors go crazy for Western Pennsylvania's Case blades - Tribune-Review
Sun, 21 Sep 2014 00:19:27 GMT

Collectors go crazy for Western Pennsylvania's Case blades
Tribune-Review
Case adopted a logo featuring a large portrait of his Biblical-looking, white-bearded grandfather Job — a farmer who had no role in the company — in the center, flanked by smaller portraits of his father and himself. The logo referred to Case as ...