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'01 Oct 31

COUNTERPOINT!

Written by Gerald Lent
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Commissioner Bradley, HUNTER S ALERT was right on target with the cartoon showing yourself, Administrator Crawforth, Chief of Big Game Tanner and Commissioner Tiberti sleeping during a predator control class. Commissioner Bradley, you have a lot of nerve even questioning this cartoon. You have been a wildlife commissioner for five and a half years and you did nothing in any form of predator control in your first five years of being a Wildlife commissioner.

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What was a failing grade when you were going to school? Scores below 70 were usually considered a failing grade. Using this standard scoring method, NDOW failed a government survey miserably..

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In the Summer 1999 HUNTER S ALERT newsletter, we told you that the Wildlife commissioners were going to do a survey. Surveys are usually done for two reasons. You don t know what to do or you would like to improve on what you are doing. When it comes to the Bob Miller appointments on the Wildlife Commission, the You don t know what to do description fits perfectly and that s why they decided a survey was needed.

'00 Oct 31

AT LAST!

Written by Hunters Alert
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A GOVERNOR WHO CARES ABOUT SPORTSMEN

On December 20, 1999 Governor Kenny Guinn made his first appointments to the Wildlife Commission. Let's review these appointments and compare them to former governor Bob Miller's appointments. Merv Matorian who was supposed to represent sportsmen was replaced by Brad Quilici. Brad was a member of the Pershing County Advisory Board from 1975 to 1978. Prior to his being appointed to the Wildlife Commission, he served as chairman of the Pershing County Advisory Board.

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Prepared Statement for Wildlife Commission meeting December 18, 1999

My name is Gerry Lent and I represent Nevada Hunters Association, and this is the public comment period. Mr. Chairman and members of the Wildlife Commission. In accordance with the provisions of N.R.S. 241.035 of the Nevada Open Meeting Law, I am requesting that my prepared written remarks be included in the official minutes of this meeting.

'00 Oct 31

EDITORIAL

Written by Hunters Alert
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The lead story in this issue says it all. We now have a governor who is concerned

and listens to sportsmen. Former Governor Bob Miller was a disgrace to the sportsmen. He continually protected former NDOW administrator Willie Molini. It was Willie Molini's mismanagement that put our deer herds at an all time low.

'00 Oct 31

NOTHING BUT HOPE:

Written by Hunters Alert
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NDOW is like a sexually active teenage girl using no protection. She hopes nothing happens and NDOW hopes our deer will return someday without doing anything.

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Once again, sportsman representative Jelindo Tiberti has shown his ignorance on wildlife issues. In our last newsletter we told you of some of his blunders and screwups. For the sake of not being repetitive ( and it will take up too much space in the newsletter) we are not going to repeat them.

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Excerpts reprinted from Washington-Oregon in the Field publication October 1999

Three of Oregon's top-ranking wildlife biologists were suspended (but have kept their jobs) after using insider information to garner better odds toward landing coveted big-game hunting tags in 1998.

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Bighorn sheep clinging to crags in California's Sierra Nevada have become disturbingly rare. Around 1850 there were at least a thousand, says the University of California's John Wehausen, who has studied the Sierra Nevada subspecies for 25 years. "We're down to about a hundred adults," he says. Last April the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service assigned the sheep emergency endangered status. Mountain lions—protected by a hunting ban since 1972—have increased and are killing the sheep. In addition, bighorns usually leave the high country in winter to forage. But fear of lions now prevents them from doing so, and many sheep starve. Five groups have dwindled to fewer than 25 animals; a captive-breeding program is planned.

Reprinted from National Geographic, Nov. 1999

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