A new federal law will allow hunters in Alaska to use extreme methods to kill their prey, including:
- Baiting bears with bacon grease and doughnuts
- Using spotlights to target hibernating bears and their cubs
- Targeting wolves and their cubs in their dens
- Using motorboats to aid in shooting swimming caribou
According to the National Park Service, the law simply gets hunting and trapping practices in line with Alaska’s state regulations. As you can imagine, the news has been met with a great deal of criticism.
A lot of folks have tried to make this a political issue, and for some it is. But we’re talking about the slaughter of hibernating bears and wolf cubs that might not have even learned how to howl yet. This isn’t politics. This is a tragedy.
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