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Out-of-state special interest

January 31, 2013
The Daily News

EDITOR:

The Upper Peninsula Sportsman Alliance is the voice of the U.P. Sportsman. We supported our legislators to make the wolf a game animal. Now we are in need of your help. We did not pursue this issue to create a hunting season, but to be able to control the wolf population and prevent wolf-human conflicts.

The Natural Resources and the Department of Natural Resources are following the wolf management plan by studying wolf data, convening public forums, advisory councils and consulting with tribes.

The Natural Resources Commission is required to use sound science in wildlife management decisions, including whether or not to authorize a regulated hunt.

Out-of-state special interest and anti-hunting groups should not be able to dictate how Michigan manages our wildlife. If we do not control the wolf population, they and our problems will continue to grow.

Tony Demboski

Quinnesec

President, UPSA

 
 

 

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