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Trapping, the Barbaric “sport”

By Garry Rogers @Garry_Rogers

Trapping in the U. S. and other developed countries can’t be justified as either recreation or economic necessity. In this time of the sixth mass extinction, when animals are declining at great speed, we should protect all animal lives to the best of our abilities as stewards of the Earth.

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When the Montana FWPs is offering five tags to every wolf hunter and Idaho Fish and Game is putting sharpshooters in the Frank Church-River of No Return Wilderness and funding aerial gunning in the Lolo Zone, we feel renewing protection is needed
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Montana Fish Wildlife and Parks
Wolves from the Welcome Creek pack prowl the Sapphire Mountains south of Missoula in this Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks photo from 2011. Research over the past 10 years shows that non-lethal techniques and aggressive early response to livestock killings can effectively manage wolves.

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