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The C.A.S.H. Courier

Spring 1994 Issue

The Greatest Challenge Facing the Anti-hunting Movement Today....

Who Really Runs the DEC
Answer: hunters, hunter-friendly state legislature, the Conservation Fund Advisory Council (all members have hunting/fishing licenses), and other good ol’ boy types.  Non-hunting citizens have no say. Writer Rhonda Engman tells us what we can do to change this.

Trapped by Fish and Wildlife Law - 11-0111

Wildlife Management for Real Biodiversity

THE ECOSYSTEM APPROACH
Report on Biological Diversity from Council of Environmental Quality.  Conclusion: sufficient tracts of undisturbed land and fresh water are needed to prevent extinction of species.

Hope
A Canada goose shot multiple times at a special legal hunt in NJ park.  She was illegally rescued by intrepid animal people and taken to several veterinarians and rehabbers, who worked hard to save her.  She did have some weeks of relative freedom and happiness, but her heart finally succumbed during an operation to remove the bullets.  Hope’s fighting spirit inspired everyone.  (Near end of this article, the writer says, “This is war!”  Mayhap this is what irked the wildlife agent noted above. If so, too bad!)

NATIONAL WILDLIFE ECOLOGY DAY

WAR ON WILDLIFE WAGED IN PARK IN UPSTATE NEW YORK

 

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