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Netted whale hit by lance a century ago

I am highly skeptical of the conclusion because the Eskimos were using this same ancient equipment as recently as the 1980s. Maybe they're still using it. I wrote about this outrage in my first book--"Don't Blame the Indians--Native Americans

Commerce, Conservation and the Democracy of Hunting

Drafted for Pheasants Forever By Jim Posewitz March, 2007 As the percentage of people that hunt in this country fades, a variety of theories are advanced to explain and then deal with this disturbing reality. How could an activity so profoundly linked to our

Sea Lampreys Maligned

I was distressed to read an ignorant and incorrect attack on the sea lamprey--one of our native fishes and an important part of native ecosystems in, of all places, the "Naturalist's Log" section of On the Water magazine. In it the author recounts