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Fw: Oppose trophy hunting of Connecticut's bears

From: Ben M.
Sent on: Tuesday, February 7, 2012 2:44 PM
Please help stop bear hunting in CT!
Ben Martin
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Subject: Oppose trophy hunting of Connecticut's bears

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Protect Connecticut's Bears

Dear Benjamin,
Connecticut has a very small and recovering black bear population, and the animals are currently protected. But shockingly, some trophy hunting interests want to open up a bear hunting season in the state. Citing an increase in human-bear encounters, the Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection is poised to submit a plan to Governor Malloy that would allow the state to reopen trophy hunting of Connecticut's treasured black bears.
Please call Governor Malloy today at (860)[masked] and tell him that you oppose a bear hunt and that conflicts with bears should be solved with humane and effective measures. And don't forget to send a follow-up message.
Thank you for all you do for animals.
Wayne Pacelle
Wayne Pacelle, President & CEO
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