Deer hunting

Jerry Kinnaman holds up the 10-point, seven-year-old albino buck he shot with a bow and arrow in Cape Girardeau County, Tuesday, Dec. 2, 2014.  (LAURA SIMON ~

Missouri Hunter Feels Heat for Killing Albino Deer

Photo’s of Jerry Kinnaman’s hunting trophy have gone viral, and have prompted a flood of angry messages, says the Missouri hunter.



Missouri Deer Hunting Reaches Crossroads

Missouri, for years known nationally for its deer hunting, no longer is the land of plenty when it comes to whitetails. Or at least, that’s what hunters are reporting.


File photo of a deer. (Photo by KENZO TRIBOUILLARD/AFP/GettyImages)

Texting Whereabouts Of Deer Illegal In Kan.

Kansas wildlife officials are reminding hunters that it’s against the law to exchange text messages on the whereabouts of deer and other game that might be headed their way.



Missouri Hunters Kill Nearly 205,000 Deer

Scientists had said a poor acorn crop was forcing deer to concentrate in places where acorns were plentiful.


Deer, MO DNR, Noppadol Paothong

Record Illinois Deer Harvest

Illinois deer hunters killed more than 72,000 deer during last weekend’s opening of the 2012 firearm season.


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Town and Country Votes to Kill More Deer

Town and Country tax payers will fork over about 57 thousand dollars to a company that sharpshoots deer in their back yards.


AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am - Round One

Ballwin Allows Citizens to Hunt Deer on Private Property

The ordinance passed at a meeting tonight.


AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am - Round One

Deer Hunting on Private Property in Ballwin Might be Allowed

Vehicle collisions with deer have spiked


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Overrun by Deer, Take Your Gun to Town

Cape Girardeau approves deer hunting inside city.


Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources employee Kyle Van Haran, removes the antlers from the head of a white-tailed deer so he can collect the head for testing to see if the animal had Chronic Wasting Disease. The DNR was gathering heads and lymphnodes from deer shot in Grant County, Wis. during opening day of the Wisconsin Gun Deer Season on Saturday, Nov. 18, 2006. In an effort to measure and combat the spread of Chronic Wasting Disease, the DNR was collecting samples while registering harvested deer at Jeff's Ioco in Platteville, Wis. (Photo by Mark Hirsch/WireImage)

Big Meeting on Chronic Wasting Disease

Five cases of chronic wasting disease have been found recently among deer in the northern part of the state.



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