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Salem-News.com (Feb-12-2016 11:00)

Poacher(s) on Malheur National Wildlife Refuge Sought

Authorities are asking for the Public's Assistance with a Poaching Case in Harney County on the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge‏.

(BURNS, Ore.) - poachers A large bodied mule deer buck was found deceased with the head removed near Frenchglen in Harney County on the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge. The buck is believed to have been shot on or about November 20, 2015.

A reward is being offered by the Oregon Hunters Association through the Turn-in-Poachers (TIP) program for any information leading to an arrest and conviction...

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Salem-News.com (Nov-27-2014 21:53)

OSP F&W Troopers in Bend - Arrest Suspect in Trophy Mule Deer Kill

The illegal harvest of deer is taken very seriously.

(BEND, Ore.) - mule deer On November 24, 2014, Oregon State Police (OSP) Fish & Wildlife troopers in Central Oregon received information about a trophy class, 205" mule deer, killed the day prior under suspicious circumstances in the Metolius Wildlife Management Unit.

Members of the team began an investigation and as the investigation unfolded the hunter who shot the animal was contacted and ultimately provided a full confession to the illegal harvest of the buck deer.

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Salem-News.com (Aug-18-2014 06:45)

Register Now to Learn How to Hunt in Oregon

Safety is emphasized, and each class begins with a safety talk.

(SALEM, Ore. ) - Oregon Hunting Are you new to hunting or out of practice?

Let the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife help show you how to enjoy this sport before fall hunting seasons kick off later this year. Register now for one of the upcoming August and September hunting workshops.

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Salem-News.com (Jul-09-2014 20:50)

Lead Bullets, Fishing Gear Killing 120 Different Bird Species in North America

Researchers looked at copper bullets as one less-toxic alternative to lead and notes that they generally work well in modern firearms commonly used for big game hunting.

(CORVALLIS, Ore. ) - North American Bird Deaths The ingestion of lead ammunition and lead fishing tackle accounts for illness and mortality in more than 120 different species of birds in North America, according to a newly published review of scientific studies on the issue.

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Salem-News.com (Jun-20-2014 07:18)

Oregon Fall Hunt Tag Draw Results Now Available

ODFW no longer mails postcard notifications of draw results.

(SALEM, Ore. ) - Oregon Hunting Hunters who applied for a Oregon 2014 fall controlled hunt can find out now if they drew the tag through the Hunting Resources section of ODFW’s website or by calling (503) 947-6102 or (800) 708-1782 (calls made within Oregon only).

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Salem-News.com (Jun-12-2014 05:30)

Survey Hopes to Find What Oregon Hunters Really Know About Lead Ammunition

The use of lead ammunition has become a national issue because of impacts to wildlife and human health concerns.

(SALEM, Ore. ) - Salem-News.com The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife and Oregon State University are collaborating on an effort to survey Oregon hunters about their use and knowledge of lead ammunition.

Oregon has approximately 250,000 hunters and the survey will include hunters from each geographic region of the state.

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Salem-News.com (Nov-09-2011 14:31)

Northwest natives were fishers, not hunter-gatherers

In two new books, the University of Oregon's Madonna Moss challenges conventional thinking about the region's early inhabitants, pointing to cultures built around fishing, fish processing and fish resource management.

(EUGENE, Ore.) - Madonna L. Moss Native people of the Pacific Northwest were fishermen and food producers, as well as stewards of their environment who timed their fishing practices to promote the production of salmon and the other fish that they relied on.

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Salem-News.com (Sep-29-2011 17:17)

Union Pacific Railroad Urges Hunters Not To Hunt On Or Near Tracks

People who enter railroad property can be arrested for violating trespassing laws.

(ROSEVILLE, Calif.) - Train tracks Union Pacific Railroad urges hunters to resist the temptation to hunt on railroad property this season. Wildlife will migrate and feed along the edges of freshly harvested fields, making these areas prime hunting spots. With many fields adjacent to Union Pacific tracks, hunters find it very tempting to hunt on or near the tracks.

"Too many people have been injured or killed trespassing on railroad property over the years.

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Salem-News.com (Nov-23-2010 19:25)

ODFW: Chance to Win Special Deer, Elk or Pronghorn Tag

Because not all hunters are reporting their results, some hunters may still receive a call from ODFW’s telephone hunter harvest survey.

(SALEM, Oregon) - Hunter with Elk Josh Schmalenberger of Etna, California harvested a four-point buck more than 30 inches wide in the Paulina Unit on Nov. 16 on a special tag that he won because he reported his 2009 hunts on time.

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Salem-News.com (Nov-02-2010 23:09)

Victim Identified and Suspect arrested in Shooting Near Drakes Crossing

(SALEM, Ore.) - Marion County Sheriff's cars Deputies have located the victim of the shooting reported earlier this afternoon.

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