September 23, 2019

Wisconsin hunters press committee to pass anti-harassment bill

The Republican-backed bill is largely a response to activities by the Wolf Patrol, a group of animal rights activists who followed and filmed wolf hunters in Wisconsin and Montana in 2014 looking for illegal activity. The federal government placed Great Lakes wolves back on the endangered species list in December, ending Wisconsin’s wolf hunts. But bear hunters fear the Wolf Patrol has now targeted them for harassment.

Source: Wisconsin hunters press committee to pass anti-harassment bill – TwinCities.com

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Wisconsin’s ‘Right to Hunt’ Law Could Mean Jail for Animal Activists 

The proposed bill, however, would criminalize photographing or videotaping hunters, as well as what it calls “impeding a person who is engaged in an activity associated with lawful hunting.” It would also cover any “acts that are preparatory to lawful hunting, fishing, or trapping.”

Source: Wisconsin’s ‘Right to Hunt’ Law Could Mean Jail for Animal Activists – Yahoo News

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Authorities want to talk to man who donned bear costume and harassed bears in Alaska

*Editor’s Suggestion* – Why don’t authorities buy this person more costumes and turn him loose to “harass” more feeding bears? Why do we protect these idiots?

Authorities want to talk to a man who donned a fairly realistic bear costume – head and all – and wore it when harassing a mother bear and two cubs trying to feed on pink salmon in an Alaska river.

Source: Authorities want to talk to man who donned bear costume and harassed bears in Alaska

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Snowmobilers asked to give moose a break

While there is new snow on the snowmobile trails and still some riding left this season, riders are urged to stop for moose and let them go on their way.

Source: Snowmobilers asked to give moose a break | Escape Outside – WMUR Home

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