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Week's top outdoors stories listed

A Burmese python is displayed at the kick-off in Davie, Fla., Saturday. (Associated Press)
A Burmese python is displayed at the kick-off in Davie, Fla., Saturday. (Associated Press)

Hunting, waterfowl, wetlands conservation, wolves, sportsman shows and other stories of interest were in the news last week in The Spokesman-Review's outdoors coverage:

Waterfowling: Guide your duck-hunting future with lessons from Paul's Pond

Waterfowling: DU isn't a hunting club; it's all about wetlands, waterfowl

Gillnet fishing to end on Columbia by 2017

 Field Reports: State wolf panel coming to Spokane

Out & About: New hunters bypass hunter ed in Idaho

RVs kick out region's outdoor show season

Python hunt attracts scores to Everglades 

Landers column goes hog wild on animals in language

Weekly Inland Northwest hunting-fishing report




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Rich Landers writes and photographs stories for a wide range of outdoors coverage, including a Sunday feature section and a Thursday column. He also writes the Outdoors Blog.


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