Selected Articles from our
The C.A.S.H. Courier
ARTICLES from the Spring 2007 Issue
WHAT WE'VE BEEN UP TO:
Association of the Bar of the City of New York
The Animal Enterprise
Terrorism Act: Civil Rights as a Casualty in Anti-Terrorism Rhetoric
Tuesday, May 22, 2007 6 – 9 pm A serious setback for civil rights, the
newly enacted federal Animal Enterprise Terrorism Act (AETA) risks
targeting free speech advocates as terrorists even in the absence of any
harm or damage, or for any loss of corporate profits. This program will
address AETA’s far-reaching implications. Peter Muller will be a speaker
at this seminar.
Auburn, NY Eco-Tourism DVD Wins Contest!
By Rita Sarnicola
crow/eco-tourism DVD produced by Citizens Respectful Of Wildlife (CROW) won
a local film contest in the Public Service Announcement category. This will
give us more publicity and exposure. There will be a showing of all the
winning films on Saturday, June 9, at the Auburn Public Theater in downtown
Auburn. If anyone is interested in coming contact me for details and
directions. We hope this will be a turning point for interest in wildlife
watching as a viable tourism draw. Rita Sarnicola is President of CROW. See:
http://www.savethecrows.org Wildlife Watch and CROW worked cooperatively on
the E-CROW TOURISM jaunt two Thanksgivings ago. We plan another this fall,
so please join us.
Friends of the Bears
Anne and Peter Muller of Wildlife Watch will be visiting Friends of the
Bears, a bear sanctuary in Canada. Stan Pabst has the most amazing place and
has been protecting bears for decades. We will be leaving early August. Here
is Stan with one of his babies: You can visit Stan and Will at
www.friendsofthebears.ca. If you would like to join us for this informal
visit to Parry Sound, Canada, please contact us by e-mail:
We’ll by talking to the Dept. of Tourism about the value of protecting the
bears for wildlife watching. Won’t you join us?
Baby Fox Rescue
Carolyn Engle Moore takes yet another
Wildlife Watch rescue, a baby fox.
He was later turned over to Molly Gallagher of North Country Wild Care