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These animal-related bills are currently working their way through the California legislature. Although you will not have the opportunity to vote on these bills, it is important for you to make your opinions known by contacting the legislators who represent you in the Assembly and the Senate. The most effective way to find out which Assembly Members and Senators represent you is to go to the following website and follow the instructions: http://findyourrep.legislature.ca.gov Read more
McGrath has become an animal rehabilitation specialist at her home on a ranch off Gonzales Road, which is a satellite of the California Wildlife Center in Calabasas Read more
Animal traps that grip or snare are banned and classified as ‘inhumane’. Lawrence K. Ho / Los Angeles Times Related Content By Emily Alpert Reyes April 9, 2014, 11:52 a.m. The Los Angeles City Council voted unanimously on Wednesday to ban traps that snare or grip coyotes, bears, foxes, and other animals, in the city, deeming such … Read more
The economics and ethics of trophy hunting BY JUDITH LAVOIE, MARCH 2014, FOCUS ONLINE Studies call into question BC Liberals’ plans to expand bear hunting. The magic of watching black bears overturning rocks and scooping up crabs on a Tofino beach, the once-in-a-lifetime excitement of seeing a Spirit Bear near Klemtu or witnessing the awe-inspiring … Read more