September 21, 2020

Hunter ends mystery of long-lost research bear in Maine 

Print Friendly, PDF & Email

*Editor’s Note* – The Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife (MDIFW) has one of the best, if not the best, bear study and research programs. However, MDIFW could do game management a favor, and with it perhaps reduce the onslaught of Environmentalism’s lawsuits to end bear hunting, by ending their practice of humanizing bears in their research work and reports.

Bears a just animals and should be treated like animals, not given pet names and talked about in nonsensical, human terms. It may appear cute and animal lovers, and especially environMENTALists, really love this sort of thing because it brings the emotional clap trap to a higher level that props up their agenda. It also helps to win the public relations battle.

It would also help if media would also recognize such and not print stories that present animals as humans and giving them human qualities.

…and I wish I could win the lottery.

On Wednesday, during an hour-long conversation, Cross addressed three different cases that are equally intriguing. Among the topics covered: The recently solved mystery of a long-lost research bear, a six-cub litter in Aroostook County and the extreme weight loss that male bears can experience during mating season.

Source: Hunter ends mystery of long-lost research bear in Maine — Outdoors — Bangor Daily News — BDN Maine

Share