More Enemies Of Hunting
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DL 07-Nov-17
TGbow 07-Nov-17
Woods Walker 07-Nov-17
drycreek 07-Nov-17
Cowboy 07-Nov-17
JTV 07-Nov-17
From: DL
In a deal hailed by activists as a first, a federal judge last week approved an agreement between conservationists and the U.S. government halting controversial methods such as aerial gunning to kill “nuisance animals” in northern California.

Under terms of the accord, Wildlife Services, a branch of the Department of Agriculture, will suspend for at least six years its practice of gunning down coyotes from helicopters and airplanes and using traps to kill creatures in wilderness areas in 16 counties in California.

The agreement stems from a June lawsuit filed by WildEarth Guardians and other conservation groups alleging that Wildlife Services had violated federal law by failing to analyze the environmental impact of killing hundreds of wild animals in Shasta, Sierra and 14 other California counties.

“We are working to put Wildlife Services out of the cruelty business by dragging its archaic practices out of the shadows and pushing the program to embrace modern ethics and science in wildlife management,” said Michelle Lute, wildlife coexistence campaigner for WildEarth Guardians.

From: TGbow
Sounds like California.

From: Woods Walker
Sounds like they made a sanctuary state for coyotes as well as illegals.

From: drycreek
Do you think they'll change their minds when coyotes start dragging off little kids as well as pets ? Probably not. SMDH....

From: Cowboy

From: JTV
they'd crap if they saw the show with the Pig Man and his chopper escapades on hogs ..

Califas is one screwed up state ....

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