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PO Box 8884 Missoula MT 59807 USA
Promoting trap-free public lands for people, pets and wildlife.
Facilitated trap release workshops, organized and attended tabling activities and presentations in order to educate the public about the dangers of trapping activities on public lands.
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This is an organization that promotes domestic terrorism by using photos taken from the facebook pages & personal websites of hunters, without permission. They using them on their website & facebook page for purposes of harassment & threats. They have a "photo album" of photos of an Idaho resident hunter & encourage their followers to harass & threaten him & his family, They should NOT have NPO status. They are also breaking Idaho's Hunter Harassment law:
West's Idaho Code Annotated. Title 36. Fish and Game. Chapter 15. Public Safety. § 36-1510. Interference with hunting, fishing, trapping or wildlife control
Citation: ID ST § 36-1510
Summary: This section comprises Idaho's hunter harassment law. Under the law, no person shall intentionally interfere with the lawful taking or control of wildlife by another; intentionally harass, bait, drive or disturb any animal for the purpose of disrupting lawful pursuit; or damage or destroy in any way any lawful hunting blind with the intent to interfere. Idaho also expands these activities to include the harassment, intimidation, or threatening of any person who is or was lawfully engaged in the taking of fish or wildlife by such means as personal or written contact, telephone, e-mail, or a website. Every person convicted or entering a plea of guilty or of nolo contendere for violation of this section is subject to a fine of not to exceed $1,500 or confinement for 6 months in the county jail, or both. Further, any person damaged by prohibited acts may recover treble civil damages and a person can obtain an injunction against violations of this law.
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