Alberta suspends grizzly hunt for fourth year in a row

Alberta suspends grizzly hunt for the fourth year pending the results of a five year study. The Canadian Press.

One Response to “Alberta suspends grizzly hunt for fourth year in a row”

  1. dave smith Says:

    Notice that a more liberal kill is dependent on a DNA population count. This tells you why even Republican politicians are happy to finance a $4 million DNA population count of grizzlies in the Northern Continental Divide Ecosystem: Glacier Park, the Bob Marshall Wilderness and more. Once you get a good count on grizzlies, you can justify delisting them and then you can start hunting them.


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