Patricia Randolph’s Madravenspeak: Killing of 4,550 bears brings unimaginable suffering in Wisconsin

Wolves of Douglas County Wisconsin

By Patricia Randolph | state columnist Oct 7, 2018 at The Cap Times

“Seeing bears as they really are takes a total mind shift. We interpret their behavior in terms of their fear rather than our fear. … Large and small they are basically timid.” — Bear biologist Lynn Rogers, founder of the North American Bear Center

Hunters are destroying the Earth’s tigers, rhinos, lions, elephants, bears, giraffes, bighorn sheep, buffalo, cheetahs, wolverines, cougars, jaguars, leopards, and the iconic species that have graced our world.

Without the majority of citizens demanding a new model of cooperation and respect for the wildlife left, there is little hope they can survive.

The DNR-orchestrated recreational killing of 4,550 bears, mostly cubs, using dogs and bait has been 35 days of hell for all bears, and death for one of every six bears in the state as of October.

The television networks and Wisconsin…

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