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Peninsula is no place for predator management

Posted: October 4, 2011 - 9:04am

I was shocked to learn that the Board of Game is requesting ADF&G to consider an aerial wolf hunting program on the Kenai Peninsula (letter to the editor, Sept. 23). If there ever was a place that should remain free of aerial wolf hunting given its heavy recreational use and important wildlife values, I would think that the Kenai Peninsula is it. The Kenai is no place for this kind of "predator management"; the facts don't support it and neither should we.

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