Defenders of Wildlife

Greed For The Land

Greed For The Land

When I was little I questioned why people hunted. My father told me that as long as you eat what you hunt and respect the land and the animals it was in favor of saving them so they didn't over populate. That there would be enough food in the forests for them to survive a winter here in New England and other places in the world.
Have you ever just walked through the woods and watched the animals if you could get a glimpse? The hawks are just so graceful in flight and how majestic they look perched on a branch. The mountain lions or bobcats how quiet they lay watching, yet how beautiful they are.As for the rest of the wildlife, the splender of their ways. Yet we as people who these creatures seem to depend on lately, we are stealing the land. Why, GREED.
We don't need more buildings erected. They need the space to survive. If we take the land and push them out these creatures will die, be shot or move into your neighborhoods and then you panic. Without thinking through what you are really doing to them.
These creatures help the environment. Our children and our childrens children will only read about these in books or videos. Missing out watching them in flight in the real world. Please think of what you are doing before there is no land left that they have first in the world. Sincerely, Karen Lamb Wakefield, MA 01880

 

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