News Roundup: Sept. 8-12

In case you missed it, this week there was a fight over goats, a bowhunter faced backlash for killing a moose in front of people, and Wyoming released its 2014 hunting season forecast. Here are those top news stories.

Goat fight in Utah heats up

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Utah moved 20 mountain goats to the La Sal mountains east of Moab, as a surrogate for the lacking bighorn sheep population. The catch is, they’re not indigenous to the area, and it sparked a debate about federal vs. state rights when it comes to transplants. Get all the details of the debate here

Bowhunter faces backlash

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One bowhunter had some spectators as he legally shot and killed a bull moose near Brainard Lake  in Roosevelt National Forest -- and they were not happy about it. Read about the backlash.  

Hunting in Wyoming is looking good

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Wyoming Game and Fish released a detailed report on the hunting outlook for the state for mule deer, elk and antelope. View our summary.


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