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New Jersey Bear Hunt

Looks like the animal rights groups are at it again, trying to put a stop to this year’s black bear hunt. They’ve succeeded in the past in getting the hunt stopped through the courts, so it might just be a matter of rolling the dice, and seeing what judge they end up in front of. Unfortunately, when black bears exhaust the food supplies in their natural habitat, and aren’t used to fearing people, people start to look like food. But won’t someone think of the poor bears?

3 Responses to “New Jersey Bear Hunt”

  1. Spade says:

    “Unfortunately, when black bears exhaust the food supplies in their natural habitat, and aren’t used to fearing people, people start to look like food.”

    By “people” you mean New Jersians, right?

    Because that would make me support the ban on hunting black bears in NJ.

    And support the reintroduction of wolves to New Jersey.

    And mountain lions.

  2. Stretch says:

    Even a starving bear/wolf/mountain lion wouldn’t eat a snookie.

  3. Ian Argent says:

    We’ve got coyotes, and it wouldn’t surprise me that we have some variety of felis concolor in-state. Someone supposedly spotted a cougar in Connecticut, after all.

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