September 22, 2020

Humane Society Helps To Block New Hampshire Bobcat Hunting

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*Editor’s Note* – What we are witness to here is the beginning stages of what the environmentalist-perverts and crooks did in Maine. Suing, in an attempt to outlaw all trapping, combined with the environmentalism voodoo of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) taking several years to issue an Incidental Take Permit (ITP), and then the criminal animal rights groups take over.

In Maine, after an ITP was issued, magically and within just a few weeks, Canada lynx showed up dead in traps, something that just had not commonly happened….ever. Where was the investigation? Why didn’t anyone question this event? There is nothing that anyone can say that would convince me that this wasn’t a staged event in order to stop trapping. It was a setup and I got a pretty good idea who was behind it all.

This is what New Hampshire and other states have to look forward to. It will be a waste of time applying for an ITP. The USFWS criminals will stonewall the application process and/or do whatever they can to beef up the bank accounts of the environmentalists.

This is the BS this nation’s Endangered Species Act creates – fat bank accounts and still the loss and destruction of wildlife.

BUT DON’T GO LOOK!

The New Hampshire chapter of the Humane Society and others testified at a hearing that bobcat traps can catch Canada lynx, considered threatened under the Endangered Species Act. Since the lynx are protected, states cannot allow incidental harm to the cats without a permit from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, and New Hampshire hasn’t sought one yet. Other states have been sued on the issue.

Source: Humane Society Helps To Block New Hampshire Bobcat Hunting – Grand View Outdoors

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