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    Hunting Over Baiting

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    Hunting over bait is a debated issue across the country. Baiting deer has a negative effect on deer populations as well as other non-target species and habitats. The potential for disease transmission between species is far more prevalent in areas where baiting practices are administered than those that are not. These diseases are not only harmful to deer and other species, they can be fatal. Not only is there potential to spread disease, there are certain behavioral, social, and ecological impacts

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    Hunting in the United States

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    estimated 1.5 million vehicles collide with deer every year in the United States, causing 1.1 billion in property damage,” as stated by Dave Roos, author of “Does Deer Hunting Reduce Car Accidents” as published on How Stuff Works website. This statistic is too high, meaning that the people of the United States need to do something about the deer population in our country. Many people do not like the deer because things like this happen. Although the deer in this world have rights, they are overpopulated

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    My research site is located in Westford, Massachusetts off of Grassy Pond and the triangle of this pond is located between Nutting Road, Plain Road and Depot Street. My site located in Grassy Pond can be found by parking in the area off of Plain Road then continuing up the path until you see a broken down fence to your right. This is the site for my field journal. In my site I am mainly surrounded by trees. On one side there is a path that will lead you in a circle around Grassy Pond and on the other

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    For the Benefit of Many

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    the United States and sometimes has a fatal ending. Deer are the cause of this problem and wildlife conservation is a way to help prevent future accidents. Wildlife conservation uses many tools that benefit animals and people. Hunting is a necessary tool used in wildlife conservation and should be considered the most effective way to control and manage the deer population. Deer population has increased to levels that must be controlled. As the deer population grows so does the need for more habitat

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    Fantastic Adventures: False Bottom Creek

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    The way nature works is a very interesting study that one can do. The research that was done at False Bottom Creek was no exception to that statement. The diversity in plant life was quite surprising and so was the amount of human activity in that area. A large amount of observations, note taking, and pictures were taken in our four visits to False Bottom Creek. But before we can go into greater detail about the plants, animals, and visits we first have to explain how to arrive at our ecosystem.

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    Hunting And Fishing Essay

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    Many people see hunting and fishing as the slaughtering of innocent animals for no reason other than sport and fun. However, the truth is, hunting and fishing are beneficial to people, environments, and the economy. Hunting and fishing are beneficial to the economy because they cause a major economic impact. Hunting and fishing are beneficial to environments and people because they reduce damages done by wildlife overcrowding. Hunting and fishing are also beneficial to people because they provide

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    Hunting: a sin or not a sin?

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    money off of the hunters who hunt so that is their way of live and if hunting is gotten rid of they lose their jobs. The negative side to this is: animal rights activists protest fur while wearing leather shoes(Lin). Animal Populations Whitetail deer population rises with hunting. Snow leopard population decreases due to hunting. Due to hunting some animal populations r... ... middle of paper ... ...uses you to steady yourself and use stamina. Conclusion Now you know why hunting is

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    Pros and Cons of Hunting and Trapping

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    There are many reasons trapping and hunting is good. One reason is that it is believed that people only use the fur on the animals that they trap and kill, but studies show that almost the entire animal is used for some purpose. Most of the animals that are caught by the fur hunters are sold the fur buyers, then the fur buyer prepare the fur for resale, then they market the other parts of the animal, and send the rest of the animal to by-product facilities. So this shows that the animals are not

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    Epic Poem

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    Once upon a time in a magical land far far away, Where the sun rises in the east and sets in the west. The flowers bloom with love and watered with tears. A powerful kingdom sat of the top of a mountain near, Rivers of water and honey flow through the streets. Merry men fallow the land while children play. It all seemed good and glad in this glittering little kingdom, But consider this a warning; In a kingdom that practices magic, Nothing is as it appears. Galloping through the kingdom he went!

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