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SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) — It’s bear hunting season and that’s always controversial. This year, the debate is especially fierce in Lake Tahoe where animal activists are accusing the state of Nevada of trapping bears for hunting. In the past five years, Nevada wildlife officials have caught and moved more than 20 bears out of the […]
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YOSEMITE NATIONAL PARK — It wasn’t that long ago that a trip to see Yosemite’s spectacular granite cliffs and splendid waterfalls was a descent into bear mayhem. In 1997, black bears broke into more than 600 cars in the park, searching for human food as they tore open the doors of Toyotas and Hondas, smashing […]
“We would like to see a change in their trapping policies,” Stark said. “What works in many areas in California and other areas is immediate, on-site aversion … to immediately get that bear for doing something wrong. That’s what’s going to work, not by killing them. INCLINE VILLAGE, Nev. — Wildlife officials on Wednesday, Sept. […]
Letter: Despite widespread public opposition, the state Wildlife Commission has approved a fourth consecutive bear hunt. The bear travesty has been layered on top of multiple killing seasons for big-game and other fur-bearing species. The Commission claims it uses ‘science’ to make its wildlife killing decisions, but not one shred of actual science was presented […]
The RGJ reports that 17 bears — 11 male and 6 female — have been killed thus far in the 2014 Nevada bear hunt. Since the Nevada Department of Wildlife reports Nevada’s bear population is 2:1 male/female ratio, hunters have half the chance of encountering a female. It appears then that Nevada bear hunters demonstrate […]