50 Reasons for a Black Bear Hunt in NJ

50 Reasons for a Black Bear Hunt in NJ

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New Jersey Outdoor Alliance
New Jersey Outdoor Alliance

TRENTON, NJ –-(Ammoland.com)- New Jersey is primed to hold its first black bear hunt in years.

Here is a short list of reasons NJ needs to hold this pro conservation bear hunt.

1. Public safety

Fatal black bear attacks in North America

Name, Age at Death, Gender

2. Ester Schwimmer, 5 months, female
3. Brent Kandra, 24, male
4. Glenda Ann Bradley, 50, female
5. Mary Beth Miller, 24, female
6. Kyle Harry, 18, male
7. Adelia Maestras Trujillo, 93, female
8. Christopher Bayduza, 31, male
9. Maurice Malenfant, 77, male
10. Merlyn Carter, 71, male
11. Harvey Robinson, 69, male
12. Jacqueline Perry, 30, female
13. Elora Petrasek, 6, female
14. Samuel Evan Ives, 11, male
15. Robin Kochorek, 31, female
16. Cecile Lavoie, 70, female
17. Donna Munson, 74, female
18. Kelly Ann Walz, 37, female
19. James Waddell, 12, male
20. Raymond Jakubauskas, 32, male;
21. Carola Frehe, 48, female
22. Sebastien Lauzier, 20, male
23. Darcy Staver, 33, female
24. Colin McClelland, 24, male
25. Sevend “Sven” Satre, 53, male
26. Raymond Kitchen, 56, male
27. Patti McConnell, 37, female
28. David Anderson, 12, male
29. Melvin Rudd, 55, male
30. Lee Randal Morris, 44, male;
31. Carol Marshall, 24, female
32. John Richardson, 31, male
33. Victoria Valdez, 4, female
34. George Halfkenny, 16, male
35. Mark Halfkenny, 12, male
36. Billy Rhindress, 15, male
37. Phyllis Tremper, 3, female
38. Robert Huckins, 18, male
39. Barbara Coates, 7, female
40. Carl Herrick, 37, male
41. Carol Ann Pomeranky, 3, female
42. Emerson Joyce, 60, male
43. Grant Taylor, 11, male
44. George Langley, 55, male,
45. James Virtue, 68, male
46. Mary Porterfield, 3, female
47. Wilie Portfield, 5, male
48. Henry Porterfield, 7, male
49. Laird, 1, ?
50. John Robinson, ?, male

\Please help prevent a fatal black bear attack in New Jersey. Help keep New Jersey’s record at zero fatalities. Support the bear hunt. A hunt is both responsible, necessary and supported by research. It’s a matter of public safety. Call the Governor at 609-292-6000 and thank him for his leadership in supporting a hunt.
(source for black bear fatalities: Wikipedia)

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NJOA – The mission of New Jersey Outdoor Alliance is to serve as a grassroots coalition of outdoorsmen and outdoorswomen dedicated to environmental stewardship. We will champion the intrinsic value of natural resource conservation – including fishing, hunting and trapping, among opinion leaders and policy makers. We will support legislation, and those sponsoring legislation, that provides lasting ecological and social enrichment through sustainable use of the earths resources. Visit: www.njoutdooralliance.org

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