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The replacement to fill the late Bill Young's seat in Congress will be chosen after a special election in Pinellas County.
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The first steps to allow hunters and fishermen to stay longer in the state's most remote areas was taken Thursday by the Louisiana Wildlife and Fisheries Commission.
IT took more than a bit of mud to deter the 100 plus keen visitors from joining the Bonfire, Baked Potatoes and Butterflies day.
Wildlife officials are hoping the third time will be the charm when they go to release an endangered Florida panther that was rehabilitated after a car crash.
A fishing boat heads to dock in Eastern Passage, N.S. on Oct. 2, 2013. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Andrew Vaughan A Memorial University researcher says marine conservation efforts often miss the mark because they don't target areas truly under threat.
A computer is all you need to show off animals like the colorful Emperor Angelfish to your kids.
A Spencer man has been sentenced for illegally shooting 61 double-crested cormorants on a lake island near the southeastern South Dakota town.
After becoming international sensations two weeks ago when the judges ran out of words, Kush and Sophia Hoffman met again Saturday for a chance to go to the Scripps National Spelling Bee.
There was a time in Oklahoma when it was rare for someone to kill a buck, and the greatest sin a deer hunter could commit was to shoot a doe.
As spring rolls near, we all get a little antsy to get back outside. For some people, heading to the park and feeding the ducks is a pastime that has been handed down through the generations.
Officers were first alerted to the crime - it is an offence to take, injure, kill or disturb the species - last autumn, after the shot bird had been taken to the Harewood House Bird Garden.
State and local governments in North Carolina could use unmanned aircraft for law enforcement, hurricane recovery and monitoring wildlife, a new state report suggests.
The Nevada Cattlemen's Association is urging its members to deny Nevada Department of Wildlife employees access to private land to protest the agency's proposals to protect sage grouse.
No one has stepped forward with a tip solid enough to lead to the arrest and conviction of those responsible, even with a reward of nearly $10,000, The Bulletin reported Friday .
Orlando, Florida United States Attorney A. Lee Bentley, III announces that 22-year-old Taylor Blake Martin of Alabama and 22-year-old Seth Andrew Stephenson of Rockledge, pleaded guilty in court Thursday to harassing an endangered species.
Pictures from The Lake Woodruff National Wildlife Refuge's Facebook page showing an otter attacking and eating an alligator are wowing the Internet.