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Anti hunting group in Denver paper

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jiganator

Check out this wacked out group of Anti-hunters(from New York)

This was in the Denver Paper & posted on another site

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Here is the e-mail of the paper...voice your opinion & let them know you support hunting. Let them know what you think of their paper running a artical like this

I sent mine!!

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jiganator

The preassure must be on. I put this on every hunting site I could. The artical is gone from their data base

LUCKY

Some body on the other site was wise enough to copy & paste it

Shooting to end pheasant hunting

Joe Miele, New Paltz, N.Y., Vice President, The Committee To Abolish Sport Hunting

Saturday, January 12, 2008

A recent article (Pheasant hunting best served cold, 0 1/02) discussed winter pheasant hunting but failed to mention that hunters shoot these birds solely for pleasure, since pheasants are not a safety threat nor are they overpopulated or suffering from starvation. According to the Colorado Division of Wildlife, nearly 37,000 pheasants were killed by hunters during the 2006-2007 hunting season - this is a staggering number of lives destroyed in the name of recreation.

The time has come to bring about a new age of respect for wildlife and habitat that rejects violence and killing. The Division of Wildlife should replace its hunting programs with wildlife watching programs that could be financed through taxes on equipment used by wildlife watchers.

To bring about a new and long overdue era of managing wildlife and habitat for healthy populations and biodiversity, please visit

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Let'em know, as hunters we will not stand for being slandered on the pages of their paper

letters@rockymountainnews.com

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Why CO? - because of Boulder's base PETA residents?

37K birds. That many or more are shot opening day in some high density counties of SD.

Winter is a much greater killer of pheasants, they should focus their attacks on winter \:\)

oh wait that's what global warming is doing \:o

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