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Art Event in Jackson Explores Issue of Wildlife Trapping

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[mk_blockquote style=”quote-style” font_family=”none” text_size=”12″ align=”left”]  A wildlife advocacy group in Jackson wants to convince the public that the use of traps for hunting is inhumane, and they’re using art to convey their message.The group, Wyoming Untrapped, has commissioned an internationally renowned environmental artist to show the value of free-roaming wild animals such as bob cats and coyotes that traditionally are some of trapper’s favorite targets.[/mk_blockquote]



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  • Geraldine Foley

    Wyoming Untrapped, thank you for bringing this despicable issue to the forefront of the public. Any form of snaring, trapping (of which there are many different sadist types) hounding, arial shooting, or other kinds of hideous torture devices, and outright shooting is morally wrong and inconsistent with the earth’s need for all species of wildlife to make the environment a better place. Animals belong to the earth and every animal has it’s reason to be there, in the order of life.

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