Stories From the Frontline
These stories illustrate the day-to-day reality of the status quo in wildlife management that prioritizes hunting, fishing, and trapping over other ways of valuing wildlife.
Stories from the Frontline: Debate over orphaned bear cubs illustrates differences between expectations of the public and state policies
By Angela Carella
When two 4-month old bear cubs became orphaned after an off-duty police officer killed their mother in Newtown, it raised the question of “What should be the relationship between humans and wildlife?”
By Darcy Spears
A family rescued a fox who had been caught in a steel trap near Las Vegas. Two months later, the family was fined $700 and threatened with arrest.