Alaska sues federal agencies over hunting prohibitions bit.ly/2jzoLlM
Note: Do they eat wolves? Or do they just want to kill them the way THEY want to kill them....
Gov. Bill Walker, an independent, said in an announcement that Alaskans, especially rural residents, rely on hunting and fishing to put food on the table.
“These regulations impact our basic means of survival,” he said. “Alaskans must be able to provide for their families, and the rules that have been put forward by the federal government do not support that.”
John Quinley, a spokesman for the National Park Service in Alaska, said by email he had seen the lawsuit and could not comment on it.
The National Park Service in October 2015 published regulations that restricted certain sport hunting practices in national preserves. The agency prohibited the killing of wolves and coyotes, including pups, during denning season, the killing of any black bear with artificial light at den sites, and the killing of black and brown bears over bait.