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CASH Courier > 1995 Spring-Summer Issue

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ARTICLES from the Spring-Summer 1995 Issue 

WILDLIFE POKER
DEC visits and accuses woman rehabilitator of “caring for a baby squirrel.” She had a license but paperwork had been delayed, so DEC officer is free to threaten her. Fortunately, she was able to protect her wild charges from confiscation this time, but the fear is ever-present thanks to SS tactics of DEC.  (Wildlife Warrior Ann Dirgni)   Rehabilitator’s Nightmare: More Gestapo tactics, this time NJ DEP Dept. of Fish, Game, and Wildlife terrorized kindly rehabber Bill Sleight.  The precious animals –20 raccoons, a groundhog and a skunk – he had cared for with goal of setting free when they recovered, were roughly dragged away, cruelly crammed into crates, and then killed.  In an extreme case of overkill, 9 DEP personnel, and others from Animal Control and Health Dept., and news media swarmed over his property. The officials blatantly ignored Bill’s legal permit, tricked him with a false assertion, and one even admitted to him, “We lied.”

REHABILITATOR’S NIGHTMARE

PROTECTING SUBURBAN CANADA GEESE: SHARING OUR EXPERIENCE

HOW DEER HUNTING INCREASES THE RATE OF DEER STARVATION

TO KILL OR NOT TO KILL

“SPORTSMEN AGAINST HUNGER” OR “SPORTSMEN” AGAINST THE HUNGRY?

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