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  • Mistakenly killed wolf was animal from rare Arizona sighting

    SALT LAKE CITY — A gray wolf that was accidently shot by a hunter in Utah was the same one seen in the Grand Canyon area last year, federal wildlife officials said Wednesday. DNA tests confirm the 3-year-old female killed in late December was the first wolf seen in northern Arizona in more than 70 years, said U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service in...

  • Colorado State legislature roundup

    Senate approves pot welfare measure The Colorado Senate on Monday approved a bill that would prevent public benefit cards from being used at marijuana dispensary ATMs or in strip clubs. The bill is now on its way to the House for a vote, and if approved, to the governor's desk. The Senate voted 23-13 in favor of the bill, which lawmakers...

  • Moose kill triggers tighter restrictions for Colorado hunters

    NEDERLAND — The Colorado Parks and Wildlife Commission is setting limits on moose hunting around Brainard Lake near Nederland after a bow hunter shot and killed a moose near a wildlife viewing area. The rule bars moose hunting for a quarter-mile from the lake as long as the area is open to the public. The Boulder Daily Camera reports...

  • Brothers from Kansas, Colorado pay hefty fines in Teller County poaching case

    Two brothers have pleaded guilty and paid hefty fines in connection to myriad wildlife charges stemming from a more than three-year poaching investigation into illegal bait sites near the Pike National Forest. Officials found six bait sites on private property and federal lands near Gold Camp Subdivision and the Pike National Forest, according...

  • 9 deer killed by hunters in Colorado culling program

    ELIZABETH — Officials say nine deer were killed in Elizabeth last hunting season as part of a program to manage the population of the animals in the small town southeast of Denver. Colorado Parks and Wildlife said Tuesday the deer were killed on town-owned land between early October and late December by five bow hunters. The hunters were...

  • Deer hunter mistakenly shoots jogger in Massachusetts

    A Cape Cod hunter is facing charges after a bizarre shooting, CBS Boston reports. Police say the hunter accidentally shot a man who was out jogging with his dog near Mary Dunn Road in Barnstable. The hunter was arrested at the scene and appeared in Barnstable District Court on Tuesday. Sean Houle, 47, faces several charges,...

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