Rep. George Miller has introduced legislation that would close the loophole in the Federal Airborne Hunting Act. The Protect America's Wildlife (PAW) Act will end Alaska's ability to skirt the law, terminate it's aerial wolf hunting program, and prevent other states from doing the same.
The Honorable George Miller United States Congressman 2205 Rayburn House Office Building Washington, DC 20515-0507
Dear Representative Miller,
As Alaska residents for almost three decades, we applaud you for introducing the Protect America's Wildlife (PAW) Act, and want to provide you with information no one else can offer. This letter has details on the following items that can support the passage of your bill:
1. 2004 video footage of the Alaska Department of Fish and Game Regional Supervisor stating the Department could not support or justify predator control, and the Board of Game approving it anyway.
2. 2004 video footage of a Board of Game member saying the Governor required sound science to justify predator control, and that they did not have it.
3. Studies conducted for the McGrath Adaptive Management Team proving over hunting was the reason for the alleged lack of moose in McGrath, Alaska, not wolves, but that data was buried and wolf control was implemen ted.
4. Detailed descriptions of how the McGrath Adaptive Management team calculated the harvest needs for area residents, only to have ADF&G and the Board of Game ignore those facts and set goals at historic, artificially high numbers.
5. Harvest records showing that predator control benefits urban hunters more than rural hunters because, by law, in Alaska every hunte r, even doctors and lawyers in Anchorage, are considered "Subsistence Hunters".
6. Evidence that the Intensive Management Law that Governor Palin cites was pushed through the Legislature in order to establish historically high harvest goals.
7. 2003 video footage of an Alaska Native and former Board of Game member saying that some Alaska Natives feel morally compelled to literally kill everything in sight. "You're well aware of some of the traditional beliefs. If an animal offers itself, you don't insult the creator by not taking it."
This is a video of a riveting encounter with a pack of wolves in Yellowstone last winter. It was fascinating to watch the pack work as a group to bring down the bull elk. Although one of the bull's antlers was broken, he still kicked and it was a wonder that none of the wolves was injured.
This is a classic example of the wolves taking the weakest, as the other healthy bull elk was ignored, and the wolves targeted the elk with the broken antler.
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