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  1. Hunting might struggle as urban area grows


    MINNEAPOLIS — Minnesota hunters living outside the 11-county metropolitan area significantly outnumber those living within that urban perimeter, according to a Star Tribune analysis of state hunting-license holders. The split, with about 62 percent of hunters residing outside the metro, is particularly noteworthy because only about 42 percent of Minnesotans now live outside the Twin Cities region.

    Story | Conversation | May 31, 2006
  2. The conservation of the whitetail deer


    By the time Joe List was born in 1859, whitetail deer numbers had already been in decline across most of its range. Deer were an item of trade for food and clothing between Indians and European settlers and over-harvest had an effect by the early 1800's.

    Story | Conversation | May 31, 2006