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TO ALL NATURE PROTECTORS, OUTDOORS RECREATIONISTS, ENVIRONMENTALISTS, AND BUSINESS, We Must Kill the Proposed Tax Called “Teaming with Wildlife”

Hunting with a Crossbow

Network of Coalitions to Protect Canada Geese

MY LIFE IS A CONTINUAL STORM OF CONFLICT WITH THE ROYAL STATE OF NEW YORK
Calvin Oakknoll writes of his battle to protect his land and wildlife from invading hunters.  Law enforcement favored the “gunslingers,” as he said.  His family was unable to safely enjoy their property, commune with the animals, as bullets often flew past their heads. Tragically, Calvin was sentenced to 25 years in prison for shooting and killing a hunter in self-defense.  The hunter had trespassed on his property, refused to leave when asked, and pointed his rifle at Calvin.  Unbelievably, Calvin’s 400 acres were confiscated and given to the hunter’s wife, leaving Calvin’s family impoverished.  (Ed note: Calvin later died in prison.)

THE WILDLIFE AGRIBUSINESS: A PERSONAL NOTE ABOUT THE CANADA GOOSE SLAUGHTER FOR THEIR BREASTS

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