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Hunting & Wildlife Management

Take Action to make frog killing contests illegal in Tennessee

Because there are no laws in Tennessee protecting amphibians or reptiles from heinous killing contests, the DeKalb County Young Farmers and Ranchers are once again encouraging their peers to murder hundreds of frogs in the name of a fundraiser to create an agricultural scholarship for a DeKalb County student.

Florida Bears Under Fire

It’s been less than three years since Florida removed the black bear from its endangered and threatened species list—so we find it unbearable that the state is now poised to open a hunting season that would allow hundreds of Sunshine State bears to be killed this year. That’s why we have a jeer for the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission staff, who will present next week a series of recommendations and options for controlling Florida's bear population.

Be Smart. Support the Bear Smart Bill

Friends of Animals presses its New Jersey members to be smart and support S687—the Bear Smart Bill—by urging members of the New Jersey Senate Budget and Appropriations Committee to vote in favor of the bill and release it for further action. 

FoA to ‘bait’ bear-hating Gov. Christie with donuts

FoA to ‘bait’ bear-hating Gov. Christie with donuts

Will demand more education and end to propaganda/annual bear hunt


Where: New Jersey State House steps, 125 W. State St., Trenton

When: Dec. 4 at 10 a.m.

Support the Bear Bait Ban

Did you know that Maine is the only state that still allows the three barbaric hunting practices of bear baiting, hounding and trapping? But this year a referendum election that coincides with the general election on Nov. 4 will give Maine citizens the chance to put an end to this savage behavior.  

Patrolling a NYC Bird “Refuge” to Protect Canada Geese

Patrolling a NYC Bird "Refuge" to Protect Canada Geese from Killer USDA Agents


Jamaica Bay Wildlife Refuge, the only one of its kind in New York City, can no longer be called a “refuge.”