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  1. Tramp stamp

    Duck stamp renewal number leads to 'Intimate Connections'

    Story | Conversation | September 10, 2008
  2. Backcasts archive: Through Sept. 5, 2008

    Brett Pauly

    Indulge us for a slightly skewed view of the world of outdoor sports.

    Story | Conversation | September 09, 2008
  3. Backcasts archive: Through March 7, 2008

    Brett Pauly

    Blog calendar: March 8 | March 6 | March 5 | March 4 | March 3 posted March 8, 2008 Thar she blows: Great, white whale surfaces again off the Aleutian Islands Gotta give props to Mary Pemberton, she of the Associated Press who always finds the be...

    Story | Conversation | March 10, 2008
  4. Duck survives 2 days in a Fla. refrigerator after being shot; st...

    Associated Press — Jan. 21, 2007

    Neither gunfire nor two days in a refrigerator could slay this duck. When the wife of the hunter who shot it opened the refrigerator door, the duck lifted its head, giving her a scare.

    Story | Conversation | January 21, 2007
  5. Hunter's fiancee says he killed Hmong immigrant in self-defense

    Robert Imrie

    Hunter's fiancee says he killed Hmong immigrant in self-defense

    Story | Conversation | January 09, 2007
  6. The BAD fishing stories of 2006

    The worst fishing stories of 2006.

    Story | Conversation | January 01, 2007
  7. Bush administration proposes listing polar bears as threatened s...

    John Heilprin Associated Press — Dec. 29, 2006

    Polar bears are in jeopardy and need stronger government protection because of melting Arctic sea ice related to global warming, the Bush administration said Wednesday. The Interior Department cites thinning sea ice as the big problem; outside the gov

    Story | Conversation | December 29, 2006
  8. Sumatran tiger kills woman in front of child

    Associated Press — Dec. 29, 2006

    A 47-year-old woman was mauled to death by an endangered Sumatran tiger in a village on the Indonesian island of Sumatra, police said Thursday.

    Story | Conversation | December 29, 2006
  9. Smith & Wesson takes shot at hunting market, buys long-gun maker ...

    Adam Gorlick Associated Press — Nov. 18, 2006

    Long associated with the likes of Dirty Harry and real-life police officers, Smith & Wesson is now taking aim at a new market: hunters. In a $100 million deal announced Monday, the Springfield gun maker said it is buying Thompson/Center Arms, a privat

    Story | Conversation | December 18, 2006
  10. Human remains found in slain Indonesia croc

    Associated Press — Dec. 6, 2007

    Villagers found two human hands, a leg and a pair of shorts inside a half-ton crocodile they trapped and killed in eastern Indonesia, a conservationist said Wednesday. At least five people have gone missing in recent months in the same area of East Nu

    Story | Conversation | December 06, 2006
  11. California officials present long-awaited alternatives for saving...

    Christina Almeida

    A plan to save California's largest lake calls for possible fixes including laying in rocks and constructing berms to manage areas high in saline, according to an executive summary obtained by The Associated Press. After two years of often-intense deb

    Story | Conversation | October 20, 2006
  12. Bush plan nixed, "Roadless Rule" reinstated

    Terence Chea Associated Press — Sept. 20, 2006

    A federal judge on Wednesday reinstated the "Roadless Rule," a Clinton-era ban on road construction in nearly a third of national forests. U.S. District Judge Elizabeth Laporte ruled that the Bush administration failed to conduct necessary environment

    Story | Conversation | September 20, 2006
  13. Hawk attacks latest scourge in violent Rio

    Associated Press — Sept. 19, 2006

    Residents of crime-plagued Rio de Janeiro have a new kind of predator to worry about — hawks. A pair of hawks has attacked dozens of residents of the upscale Ipanema beach district over the past year, scratching people's heads and faces, doormen

    Story | Conversation | September 19, 2006
  14. State to pay Idaho anglers for predator trout

    Associated Press — Sept. 19, 2006

    An angler's dream has become reality in northern Idaho: get paid to go fishing. The Idaho Department of Fish and Game is offering a $10 bounty for each rainbow or lake trout from Lake Pend Oreille that measures more than 12 inches.

    Story | Conversation | September 19, 2006
  15. NBA's Yao Ming swears off shark's fin soup

    Associated Press — Aug. 2, 2006

    NBA star Yao Ming pledged Wednesday to give up eating shark's fin soup, a Chinese delicacy, as part of a campaign to promote wildlife protection in his homeland. "Endangered species are our friends," Yao said at a news conference organized by the San

    Story | Conversation | August 02, 2006
  16. Wayward goat causing headaches in W.Va.

    Associated Press — July 4, 2006

    Mary Frances Sperow wishes her uninvited guest would stop peeking in her windows and go home.

    Story | Conversation | July 04, 2006