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CLEANIN’ UP ROADKILL ON THE ROADWAYS

September 29, 2014 | 0 Comments

by Lia Biondo, MUCC Policy Intern A proposed Wildlife Conservation Order, driven by changes to state law, would give Michigan residents an easier option to possess deer  Photo: Brian Allen/Corbis and certain other wild game species that were killed during a collision with a motor vehicle. Prior to the enactment of Public Act 255 of 2014,…

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THE ANTI-HUNTING MACHINE: EXPOSING THE HUMANE SOCIETY OF THE UNITED STATES

September 27, 2014 | 0 Comments

THE HUMANE SOCIETY OF THE UNITED STATES’ MISSION IS TO END HUNTING EVERYWHERE, AND THEY’VE NEVER BEEN CLOSER TO REALIZING THIS GOAL THAN THEY ARE TODAY. CAN HUNTERS SHUT DOWN THEIR SCHEME? Article by Tony Hansen, Frank Miniter, and Alex Robinson Click HERE for full article from OutdoorLife.com  Illustration by Viktor Koen The Muck Boots Company waded…

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FERAL FRIDAY: HAVE YOU SEEN FERAL SWINE?

September 26, 2014 | 0 Comments

Hunting season is almost upon us and hundreds of thousands of Michigan sportsmen and women will be headed out into the field. It’s important to keep your eyes open for feral swine or signs of them in order to protect our state’s agricultural and natural resources. They cost farmers tons of money from crop damage…

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