© By Othmar Vohringer
According to an article from the U.S. Sportsmen’s Alliance the Humane Society of the United States feel once again that they are an expert authority on sound wildlife conservation strategies.
The nation’s largest anti-hunting group has joined a federal court case to block volunteer hunters from helping to control elk populations in Rocky Mountain National Park. The case could lead to a political precedent dangerous to federal wildlife managers’ ability to involve the public in hands-on wildlife management programs.
Read more about this latest case of animal rights attempts to prevent hunting and sound wildlife management.
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Tags: animal Rights, Elk, rocky Mountain National Park, Wildlife Conservation