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I Gotta Get Better At This

Alright, so again I have had quite the delay between posts but I am going to try and update this more regularly. At the very least it will be music or my life or something. 202 more words


California bans bobcat trapping

When news broke about the recent killing of Cecil the African lion, like everyone I know, I was startled to learn such trophy hunting still goes on. 264 more words


The Intro. 

You’re not the usual, but beautiful- and it would be cool if the feeling was mutual but I understand that this is random, I hope you’re not quick on assumptions but maybe you’d love it if I made an introduction- my name is X. 45 more words


California Bans Bobcat Trapping in 3-2 Vote

Read the article from KCET here: California Bans Bobcat Trapping in 3-2 Vote. Bobcats are one of our “focal species” here at Pathways, because, even though they are a smaller, “mezzo-predator”, and don’t range as far and wide as our other focal species, we have included them because of the hunting/trapping pressure being put on them for the fur business.   171 more words

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Bobcats In Illinois: New Hunting Legislation Passes In Springfield

Steve Dale filled in for Dave Plier and brought his expertise with him. The late night crew discussed the growing concern of bobcats in Illinois along with the recently passed hunting legislation in Springfield, Illinois. 9 more words

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California Bans Bobcat Trapping in 3-2 Vote

From Kcet August 5, 2015 by Chris Clarke

The California Fish and Game Commission voted 3-2 Wednesday to ban bobcat trapping everywhere in California. The vote, which took place at the Commission’s regular meeting in Fortuna, caps a controversy that started when a Joshua Tree resident found traps illegally placed on his land less than a mile from the National Park. 589 more words


From Where I Was to Where I Am: Rising Freshman to Rising Sophomore

I have seventeen more days until I move back to home sweet home, my university, which has come to mean more to me than I ever thought it could have. 847 more words