Never Bait and Brag--Broome County
- A galling pursuit. // Asian Pacific Post;7/9/2009, p17
The article deals with poaching of the organs of bears.
- MEDVED MEANS BEAR. Lopata, Peg // Faces;Apr2011, Vol. 27 Issue 7, p6
The article presents information about Kamchatka brown bears, found in the Kamchatka peninsula in Russia's far east. The Kamchatka region has the highest density of bears in the world. The Kamchatka bears hibernate for nine months during winter and they need to accumulate good amount of food in...
- Bear Poaching Poll. Adams, Jake // Outdoor Life;Jun/Jul99, Vol. 203 Issue 5, p20
Focuses on the results of a survey conducted by `Outdoor Life' magazine on the legalization of bear poaching. Questions asked to respondents.
- Bear Poaching. SMITH, RICHARD P. // Outdoor Life;Mar99, Vol. 203 Issue 2, p51
Suggests the quickest way to stop bear poaching. Uses of bear parts; Ways in which the parts from legally taken black bears could be incorporated into a plan to reduce bear poaching; Permit required for hunters from the United States who shoot black bear in Canada.
- Into the Woods. CHAMLEE, VIRGINIA // Jacksonville Magazine;Jan2015, p99
The article reports on the increase in the number of black bears in Florida. Scientists estimate that there were as many as 11,000 bears roaming the state of Florida in the late 1600s to 1700s. However, due to unregulated hunting and poaching, that number was down to approximately 300 by the...
- Priest arrested for sex abuse. Colletta, Jen // Philadelphia Gay News;8/3/2012, Vol. 36 Issue 31, p1
The article reports that Andrew McCormick, a Catholic priest was arrested recently for sexually assaulting a 10-year old boy in 1997.
- BEAR NEWS. Frazier, Ian // New Yorker;9/9/85, Vol. 61 Issue 29, p76
Comments on several issues concerning grizzly bears in northwest Montana in 1985. Gravity of the poaching problem; Experiences of the author in seeing a bear in the wild; Implications on wildlife preservation.
- Brazil wages war on poachers. // International Wildlife;Jan/Feb85, Vol. 15 Issue 1, p4
A million caimans are killed each year, and so far the government can not stop it. Working in teams of 3 to 15 men, a team can bag upto 100 caiman per man on a good night. The skins are sold in Europe, Japan or the US and used in luxury leather goods.
- Putting the sting on poachers. Tennesen, M. // National Wildlife;Oct/Nov87, Vol. 25 Issue 6, p26
Description of the job of Kristyn Corey who is an undercover agent for the California Department of Fish and Game. Corey has participated in `sting' operations which catches wildlife poachers who sell sportfish and undersized fish to markets and restaurants.