Tuesday, 24 March 2015

Manitoba Wildlife Officers Seek Leads in Illegal Moose Hunting Cases

CBC News
PinP photo.

Officers released graphic photos of moose remains along highways in province's northwest. Story here.

1 comment:

John Fefchak said...

"Unrestricted hunting by First Nations members is also threatening moose numbers, he said".


As long as there are different hunting laws for different people in Manitoba, this will continue to be
an ongoing threat to our moose population and other wildlife as well.

I have no quarrel with First Nations people having unrestricted hunting privileges, as their fore bearers, WHEN there is a desperate NEED for food and survival. However in to-days modern age, with modern killing tools and mode of transportation, this "unrestricted hunting privilege" becomes a killing field, and animals have no safe place of refuge.

Unless the hunting laws are changed, I am of the opinion, that it is only a matter of time that big game hunting will be no more.

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