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Outfitter Headed To Prison For Illegal Wildcat Hunts

DENVER (AP) — A western Colorado outfitter who captured and maimed mountain lions and bobcats to make hunting easier for clients has been sentenced to more than two years in prison. 119 more words

News

A COLORADO SAFARI

I was hiking on my own this Halloween Friday.  Map Master was skiing (most likely on rocks), and Wandering Ju had a terrible cold.

When I woke up, I wasn’t motivated to hike by myself until I thought — Hey!   664 more words

Fall Hikes

Quiz: Do You Know What to Do If a Wild Animal Attacks?

As part of KTLA’s “Surviving Disaster Week” (Nov. 3-7), KTLA has put together a 10-question interactive quiz to help keep you safe in case of an animal attack. 15 more words

Local News

There Are Reasons I Don't Hike Anymore...

You’ve gone hiking.  Hiking, in the hills around here, has not been that kind to me in the past.  My idea of hiking is to drive to the hills – very near the forests – and then walk a little ways.   296 more words

Blogging

The Legend of Paint Creek: A River Town Halloween Treat

Lillian let Hayden walk ahead of her. She liked to fall back sometimes, pretending she was looking at the autumn leaves or tracking the rustling of a squirrel behind a fallen tree. 1,508 more words

West Virginia

Illinois Wildlife Find More Protection

Paws Up!
To Illinois Governor Pat Quinn for signing into law an amendment to the Illinois Wildlife Code, adding gray wolves, American black bears, and cougars to the list of protected species. 169 more words

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