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December 19, 2007

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California’s Channel Islands National Park Hunting Plan Shot Down

A controversial plan by state Rep. Duncan Hunter (R-Alpine) to allow continued big-game hunting in California’s Channel Islands National Park appears doomed, according to this Los Angeles Times story. Instead, the nonnative deer and elk currently hunted by private parties on Santa Rosa Island will likely be eradicated, as mandated by a 1997 court settlement between the federal government and the island’s former owners. Check out the full story here.

Comments

Matt Mallery

If the deer and elk are non-native, they should be eliminated by hunting. I can't read the article because I have no password.

GREG

You can go to Newshound and get the rest of the story.

Stephen G. Bennett Sr.

One more horro story from leftist Kalifornia. Why would anyone want to buy an out of state tag for there?

John R

Why would anyone want to go there to hunt much less live there? This is more BS from the Peoples Republik of Kalifornia. Please no whiny "well you do not live here" comments. There is a saying that goes something like "As California goes, so goes the nation!" I do not wish to see my state adopt any of the idiocracies passed by the legislature of Kalifornia such as a lead bullet ban and micro stamping technologies for handguns (now there is an idea that should receive a Darwin award). I wonder how much the Ka. taxpayers will have to pay to have the animals "eradicated"




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