California Cat-astrophe

Daniel Richards, president of the California Fish and Game Commission, legally shot a mountain lion in Northern Idaho.  But, when his photo was posted in an outdoor publication, the animal rights whackos wanted his neck.  Why?  Because lion hunting in California is illegal.

So the whackos want his job because he supports hunting as a viable means to control wildlife populations and puts his money where his mouth is.  Because he spent a huge sum of money, which is used to support a legal hunting operation and Idaho wildlife management.  Because he’s a hunter!

“It’s not illegal. But Read more

Whackos Aircraft Shot Down

Steve Hindi, president of SHARK (SHowing Animals Respect and Kindness), said  his group was preparing to launch its Mikrokopter drone to video what he called  a live pigeon shoot on Sunday when law enforcement officers and an attorney  claiming to represent the privately-owned plantation near Ehrhardt tried to stop  the aircraft from flying.

“Seconds after it hit the air, numerous shots rang out,” Hindi said in the  release. “As an act of revenge for us shutting down the pigeon slaughter, they  had shot down our copter.”

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Vegan Turns to Hunting, Writes Book

A vegan-turned-hunter reignites the connection between humans and their food sources and continues the dialogue begun by Michael Pollan and Barbara Kingsolver in his newly released book, The Mindful Carnivore: A Vegetarian’s Hunt for Sustenance

As a boy, Tovar Cerulli spent his summers fishing for trout and hunting bullfrogs. While still in high school, he began to experiment with vegetarianism. By the age of twenty he was a vegan. A decade later, in the face of declining health, he returned to omnivory and within a few years found himself headed into the woods, rifle in hand. Read more

Wildlife Officials Say Mexican Wolf Died From Gunshot

PHOENIX — The National Fish and Wildlife Forensics Laboratory in Ashland, Oregon, has determined that Mexican wolf mp1242 died as the result of a gunshot wound.

On Nov. 23, 2011, Arizona Game and Fish Department personnel on the Mexican wolf Interagency Field Team (IFT) were contacted by Read more

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