October 23, 2017

What Is SAM’S Agenda?

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Gerry Lavigne, former Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife biologist, writes a column for the Sportsman’s Alliance of Maine about wolves, coyotes and coywolves – a hybrid, admixture of several wild and domestic dogs. At the conclusion of the well-written, truthful and informative column that should mostly set the record straight as to the realities of wild dogs and the agendas of those promoting the protection of the wild mongrel dogs at the expense of destroying the species of wild canines they claim to be protecting, the editor of the Sportsman’s Alliance of Maine magazine writes: “The conclusions expressed in this column are solely those of the author. They do not reflect those of SAM’s Board of Directors. David Trahan.”

Perhaps it is time for the SAM Board of Directors to come out and share with the rest of Maine’s sportsmen, and the public in general, exactly what their conclusions are when it comes to perpetuating mongrel wild dogs. Generally when organizations waffle over issues such as this one, an issue that seems to be the hotbed of some journalists and animal rights activists in Maine of late, they are testing the wind to see what direction they should go in order to see what stance they should take.

So, what will it be?

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