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The Wyoming Game and Fish Department (Department) is proposing an unlimited cougar hunt area in a portion of the Black Hills. (See Map 1, a relief map,  at the end of our online blog ALERT.)  They have already declared the Black Hills a “sink,” meaning that mortalities caused by legal hunting are to exceed additions to […]

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http://wildlandsnetwork.org/trekeast/blog/trekeast-blog-44-more-musings-and-ramblings-west-virginias-mountains?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+WildlandsNetwork2+%28Wildlands+Network2%29 Wildlands Network Blog TrekEast Blog 44 More Musings and Ramblings in West Virginia’s Mountains Missing Cats in the Monongahela Late June Cougar Photos: Courtesy of masterimages.org I always miss my cats when I travel; some of the high points of my life have been sightings of wild cats (lynx in Alaska, bobcats in Adirondacks […]

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http://www.necn.com/01/11/11/Legislative-audit-says-WVa-has-too-many-/landing.html?&blockID=3&apID=0286834ac19e449ea6942e1af342d2f7 NECN – A comcast network Legislative audit says W.Va. has too many deer CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — West Virginia deer are causing excessive damage across the state and the Division of Natural Resources’ plan to manage the herd is deficient in addressing the problem, says a legislative audit released Tuesday. West Virginia has an […]

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