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Anyone know what it cost to apply?  Using WA rate that is almost 35k.  Add in the $600 for resident and $6k for non.  That is a junk of money.

$15 apply

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Re: Jane Goodall Joins Wyoming Protestors in Buying Up Grizzly Hunt Tickets
« Reply #31 on: August 10, 2018, 11:57:46 AM »
Ya know, grizzlies love the smell of patchouli oil...... :dunno:


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Re: Jane Goodall Joins Wyoming Protestors in Buying Up Grizzly Hunt Tickets
« Reply #32 on: August 10, 2018, 12:04:50 PM »
Hopefully, she'll try to bond with a family of them like she did with the gorillas. I'd like to see some government action on this under the hunter harassment laws. Buying up those tickets to prevent hunters from doing it is a form of harassment. Are these people taking hunter education and buying licenses to do this? They should have to. In addition, it undermines science-based wildlife management. The bears need controlling now that they've exceeded recovery goals. This whole thing stinks. If they're allowed to do this unfettered, it will be a technique used widely across the hunting spectrum.
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