Photo By: Joan Lyons
Joan Lyons found this little fawn
on her property. He had been shot next
to a "No Trespassing" sign. She
had the brilliance to think about taking a yardstick to show his small
size. The newspapers in her area ran
this story. Just how much longer can
this be tolerated?
Marie Cassie lives on Canandaigua
Lake in the Fingerlakes. She was charged
with Hunter Harassment for trying to keep a hunter from shooting
next to her home. Marie wants to get a bill
passed that would require waterfowl hunters to be a t least 150 yards
(450 feet) from an occupied resident like most other states have. Contact
us if you want to help Marion.
Home Rule Trapping Bill - Once again New Yorkers have
to write and call their elected state representatives to support A5202
and S.3739–Although A5202 passed three committees, it did not
get to a final vote during the last legislative session.
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