“I am deeply concerned about the status of bobcats in California,” Assemblyman Richard Bloom said at a 2013 hearing of the Assembly Water, Parks and Wildlife Committee. “Current California law treats this important species with little regard, allowing unlimited take by trappers who commercialize California wildlife, converting wild animals into fashion coats.”
“I am deeply concerned about the status of bobcats in California,” Assemblyman Richard Bloom said at a 2013 hearing of the Assembly Water, Parks and Wildlife Committee. “Current California law treats this important species with little regard, allowing unlimited take by trappers who commercialize California wildlife, converting wild animals into fashion coats.” Dennis Magee AP
“I am deeply concerned about the status of bobcats in California,” Assemblyman Richard Bloom said at a 2013 hearing of the Assembly Water, Parks and Wildlife Committee. “Current California law treats this important species with little regard, allowing unlimited take by trappers who commercialize California wildlife, converting wild animals into fashion coats.” Dennis Magee AP
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Proposed bobcat trapping ban feeds debate over government’s role

August 02, 2015 04:00 PM

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