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Video: Yellowstone Wolf Bites Grizzly—Again. But Why?
A park spokesperson says the behavior "is not uncommon," but for most, it is a surprising spectacle
Angler Boats 32-Inch Chinook in Lake Erie—Which Isn’t Known to Hold King Salmon
"Everything about this fish was unusual," said the charter boat's captain
Nevada Bear Season Opens Despite Calls for Cancellation Due to Wildfires
State officials say that the hunt is vital for "keeping animal populations in sync with the capacity of the land."
Wyoming Asks Federal Government to Delist Grizzlies from Endangered Species Act
The move could open the door for the return of grizzly bear hunting to the Lower 48
A State-By-State Hunting and Fishing Guide to the Mega-Drought in the West
From California to Minnesota, here’s how the drought will affect your upcoming hunting and fishing seasons
NJ Governor Squashes Emergency Bear Hunt
A last-minute effort by the Fish and Game Council to re-open bear hunting in the state has been shut down
South Dakota Retools to Boost Pheasant and Hunter Participation Numbers
The state is pushing to reaffirm its reputation as the best place in the country to kill a limit of roosters
45 Coyote Attacks at Vancouver Park Prompts Major Government Culling Effort
After a rash of coyote attacks, local officials will cull up to 35 coyotes from a popular city park.
Texas Woman Beaches Giant 11.5-Foot Hammerhead While Fishing From a Pickup Truck
Jen Merchant tagged and safely released this impressive shark from a beach near Corpus Christi
Video: Gray Wolf Chomps Down On a Large Grizzly Bear
The wolf bit the grizzly three times in Yellowstone National Park, likely because of a nearby elk carcass