Hunters fear fading voice at Fish and Game Commission

http://www.sacbee.com/news/state/california/article58345048.html

Hunting advocate resigns in frustration from pivotal state panel

Appointment of new commissioners by Gov. Brown could signal changes for state’s wildlife policies

Animal rights groups say commission is now more receptive to their concerns

Lifelong hunter and fisherman Jim Kellogg

3 thoughts on “Hunters fear fading voice at Fish and Game Commission

  1. Members.of the Dept.of Fish.and Wildlife should have their names.on.the ballot and be elected as are judges, school board members, and other state officials. Otherwise, wildlife policy is.up to the discretion of whoever is.Governor.
    This seems to be a good start.
    Funding from the non hunting public would be easy to procure. But, citizens must be assured that the funds won’t be used for hunting.or other kill programs.
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