HA Newsletter 24

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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.

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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..

'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.

'01 Oct 31

EDITORIAL

Written by Hunters Alert
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So you went to a sportsmen s banquet and in doing so, you felt you did your part to help wildlife. Without a doubt, you helped the sheep, elk, ducks or whichever organization was putting on the banquet to enhance game birds or animals.

Now what have you done for hunters or hunting lately? Better yet, what have you done for hunters or hunting in your own state? The answer is probably nothing. The single most important thing you can do for yourself as a hunter in the State of Nevada is to see that Bill Draft Request 45-647 gets passed in the upcoming legislative session.

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Hunter Bill Conners counted 200 deer in the woods in three hours. Forester Bruce Robinson has smashed his pickup into five deer since last year.

The two men live on opposite sides of New York state, but both are concerned about the booming deer populations that have officials nationwide scrambling for solutions.

Excerpt from Oct. 16, 2000 Las Vegas Review Journal

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Remember the movie, Dumb and Dumber ? If that film were about wildlife issues, Commissioner Jelindo Tiberti would surely have been the star. For years, HUNTER S ALERT has printed some of his many blunders. About the time you think Commissioner Tiberti has shown all of his ignorance about wildlife issues, he proves you wrong. His latest (engage mouth before brain) beauty was aired at the October 20 Wildlife Commission meeting in Reno.

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Once again, I appreciated being asked to comment on my involvement with the Wildlife Commission.

1 tried for a period of nine years to get an appointment on the Wildlife Commission, a fact not many people know. Finally, my waiting was rewarded when Governor Kenny Guinn took office and I was appointed to the Commission.

1 attended many Wildlife Advisory Board meetings and some Commission meetings before I was given my appointment. Believe me when I tell you how much I am enjoying the Commission and hopefully I will be an asset to all of the sportsmen and women of the State of Nevada.

'01 Oct 31

Point

Written by Bill Bradley
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Thank you for giving me the opportunity to respond to the inaccurate articles and cartoons contained in recent editions of the Hunter s Alert Magazine. You indicated that if I sent you this letter, you would publish it. 1 hope to see this letter reprinted in your newsletter

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We at HUNTER S ALERT were saddened by the recent death of our very good friend, Al Collins. At our very first organizational meeting, Al Collins stepped up to the plate with a large donation to get HUNTER S ALERT started. He was always there whenever we asked for his help and without his generosity and faith in our cause, we never would have achieved as much as we have in the last ten years. He was a true friend.

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There's so many deer the state has given away free tags as an enticement for hunters to shoot more.

Ed. Note: These two states do not have mountain lions unlike Nevada. Also, unlike Nevada, their fish and game agency would likely take steps to solve the problem.

Excerpt from November 24, 2000 Las Vegas Review Journal

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