An article that appears in the Boston Globe begins as a comedy and the rest of the story of a man being attacked by a bobcat, could be a series of comedic events if it wasn’t such a potentially serious event. The headline reads, “Bobcat lunges at Mass. man, is shot to death.” I must
I earlier wrote an article about how it’s always the man’s fault when bears make bad decisions. Well, another article, out of Vermont, further substantiates my claim that when bears make bad decisions, humans must suffer the consequences of the bear’s actions. Now in Vermont, in order that bears are further protected, humans have to
When I’m reincarnated (only kidding) I want to be a bear, or some other large, worshiped predator. These critters can do no wrong. Imagine, according to American’s indoctrination by our institutions of higher brainwashing, a certain percentage of humans in this country will turn out “bad” – that is make bad choices, etc. I once
Or, barking up the wrong tree? Or maybe, get the hell out of my tree!
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This opinion piece is perhaps the worst I’ve ever come across in my many years of reading, researching and writing about hunting and other outdoor issues. Perhaps the article is really dated June 20, 1913. Not only is the information in the article irrelevant and inaccurate, it isn’t even funny……at any level. Oh, and was
What was thought to be a relatively safe bet that LD1240 would go down in defeat, ended up being passed by the Maine Senate as lawmakers headed out the door for summer vacation. LD1240 is a bill that will end Maine residents’ rights to sell and buy firearms through private sale. Please contact Governor Paul
MISSOULA, Mont.–The Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation teamed up with a conservation-minded landowner and the Southern Nevada Water Authority to permanently protect 1,480 acres of key elk habitat in eastern Nevada. The completed conservation easement was recently transferred to the RMEF. “This is exciting for elk country in Nevada because it marks our second conservation easement