I appreciate you bringing this up. Unfortunately it will be about a week before I get to read this as I am heading out of town.might read up on our discussion of this topic in part 2 of the wolf plan: https://www.wildlife.ca.gov/Conservation/Mammals/Gray-Wolf
thanks bubble- i didn't mean to make it sound like an assignment for you guys, but more to let you guys know (as the really-- only paying constituents since wildlife conservation and management got started some 100 years ago to try and increase deer and elk herds) that we are well aware of, and share, the concern, have been watching response of predator/prey relationships in the other states, and have worked to identify our concerns going forward. On a planned vacation day today, so this is not me wasting time at work (or on a state computer) on the internet if anyone wonders!I appreciate you bringing this up. Unfortunately it will be about a week before I get to read this as I am heading out of town.
hopefully you will make the priest valley area easier to draw for elk. ive got max points putting in for lapanza...got plenty of land to hunt in pv with plenty of elkthis is essentially the same every year. we initially propose a range of tags, then narrow in on specifics as population survey data comes in by late March. Difference this year is our effort to try and increase elk tags in areas where there is conflict with private lands- either through zone increases and / or SHARE hunts.
Whats there to check out? You could convince Newsom to fight for legalizing automatic firearms without licenses before you could convince that group to support hunting.
You missed my point; they are behind the protection of the gray wolf and have also written a "letter" to the DFG regarding their tag allocations for Elk. In other words, they want more elk for wolves and none for hunters.Whats there to check out? You could convince Newsom to fight for legalizing automatic firearms without licenses before you could convince that group to support hunting.