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Evidence of why the Cape buffalo is considered the most dangerous of the Big Five became easily apparent to visitors of South Africa’s Kruger National Park when they witnessed a lion being tossed about like a ragdoll by an enraged buff.
According to a description of the video posted on YouTube by Barcoft TV, park goers watched for 45 minutes as two young lions stalked to within striking distance of a buff. Park goers assumed the buff was a goner once one of the cats pounced on it and dragged it to the ground. [ Read Full Post ]
Despite the fact that invasive feral pigs have all but taken over the lower 48 states (Texas is said to have close to 4 million animals within its borders alone) and have caused millions upon millions of dollars in crop damage, the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation announced Friday that it has introduced legislation that would prohibit hunters from trapping or killing “free-range Eurasian boars.”
Department commissioner Joe Martens explained to The Citizen said that although these animals are a threat to the state’s environment and its natural resources, hunting them hinders the efforts of the DEC and the United States Department of Agriculture to capture the species. [ Read Full Post ]
A hunter in Missouri has taken would could be a record-sized coyote.
Or it might be a wolf. Or it might even be a wolf-coyote hybrid.
No one is exactly sure what the animal is, which is why the Missouri Department of Conservation (MDC) plans on conducting DNA testing on the animal to determine its species.
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The Humane Society of the United States is a veritable ATM of anti-hunting cash.
Michigan hunters, however, are on the verge of proving that all that HSUS cash still can't buy you love. Or the ability to strip us of our hunting rights.
According to the Federal 990 reports to the Internal Revenue Service, the Humane Society of the United States stockpiled nearly $523 million in donor support from 2007-2011.
With that cash in hand, HSUS has been attacking the rights of hunters and anglers across the nation.
As a Washington-based lobby group, HSUS understands how political games are played. It understands that ballot initiatives are the very best route to achieve its goals.
Why? Simple. Money wins. Here’s how it works… [ Read Full Post ]
Photo by Lon Lauber
You've heard why bank robbers target banks: It's where the money is.
The same reasoning should turn your coyote-hunting efforts to public waterfowl areas, state-managed wildlife areas where pen-raised pheasants are released, and anywhere else wingshooters are hammering birds. Coyotes go where the easy food is.
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From the country that gave us Nintendo, Pokémon, sushi, and wasabi Kit Kat’s, comes a TV show where a woman ties a piece of meat around her waist and runs from a hungry and surprisingly fast Komodo dragon. [ Read Full Post ]
This video was posted to LiveLeak two days ago and illustrates just how creative a predator the wolf can be. According to the post: "Remote cameras planted by a British Columbia environmental group have captured a wolf capturing one of the spawning salmon in the heart of the Great Bear Rainforest. [ Read Full Post ]