Selected Articles from the C.A.S.H. Courier
Fall-Winter 1999-2000 Issue
What You Should know About Deer Management
The Truth About Too Many Deer
A Deer Named Rose
Her Little Dear Ones
About Lindy P., who secretly finds and rehabilitates damaged Canada
geese. She cannot call DEC or other “game” agencies for assistance as
they are the enemy of geese, and would prosecute her if they knew.
For The Umpteenth Time, Geese Are Not A Health
Hey Gordon! Ask Him If Trapping's Humane
Announcements and Letters
Hamlet, beloved companion of Molly Hamilton-Mann, has sadly passed.
Anti-hunting demos at Mohonk are increasing. Jenny Hsieh, visiting the US
from Taiwan for the summer, gets involved with local animal people to
protest. Her eloquent letter about animal protection and how the town
board meetings were sadly lacking in real democratic values was printed in
two local papers. A board member threatened speakers with arrest. Jenny
had come to the US expecting to see a model for her country to follow, but
was disillusioned by what she saw.
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