Friday, December 19, 2008

Animal rights interfere with sound conservation plans

© 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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Anonymous said...

It is a shame that certain people can be so blind sided when it comes to issues like that and then when the populations get out of control then they want to know what we are going to do about.

Othmar Vohringer said...

The tragedy is that in places animals right have been given the opportunity to give input in wildlife conservation and invariably it turned into a huge disaster. Animal rights conservation always ends up costing taxpayers millions to put it right again with devastating results to wildlife and environment.

The real problem is that animal rights do not have any knowledge about sound wildlife and habitat conservation. It’s strictly about emotions and agenda.


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Cory Glauner said...

Allowing them input in wildlife conservation is just inviting a mess.

Adam said...

I bet none of the animal rights activist hard earned dollars go towards preservation of wildlife and its habitat. Just more liberal garbage.

deerslayer said...

They use the fastest esaiest way of coping with the problem at hand but never see the big picture in it's entirety. They'll never learn.

Othmar Vohringer said...

Corey – You’re absolutely right. It’s like making a meat cutter the head surgeon in a hospital.

Adam – Animal rights do not have “hard earned dollars”. All their money comes from donations made by gullible people believing that the money is used to help mistreated animals. The projects they support are to be paid for by the taxpayers. Your absolutely right about the political correct garbage.

Deerslayer – Animals rights are not known to bother much with scientific facts or knowledge. The truth is that animal rights couldn’t care less about conservation. It’s all about money and political agenda.

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