Sorry if this has already been posted and discussed elsewhere. I didn't see it posted in this sub-forum yet.
Also, sorry... it's not super fresh news, but not old either.
So for those that were unaware:
https://www.idahostatejournal.com/news/ ... ApvVUdZMss
It's a shame that every time a bear gets into a little trouble, it seems the Park Service or Fish and Wildlife Service always want to use the quickest and cheapest option which is to just go out and kill the guilty bear. Is it really that much more trouble to relocate a the bear a time or two before killing it? I was sad to read this.
If you would like to voice your opposition to this practice, you can do so here:
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIp ... SYliMoKsPc
I am not affiliated with this list at all. Just posting in case you're interested.
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