No Hunting in Chief Logan State Park
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State parks are places of tranquility and peace, where families go to play and enjoy nature. State parks are supposed to be a protected safe haven, for all members of a community...including wildlife. Some of the wildlife that live in the parks have been raised by humans after their mothers have been killed. These animals are very trusting of humans and will walk up and ask for a nibble or a head scratch.
West Virginia is now allowing hunting in Chief Logan State Park.
We want this to be stopped. We have personally raised some of these deer and nursed them to health after injury or parental loss. They have lost most of their natural fear of humans. There is no sport or glory in killing an animal that has been basically domesticated.
Please help bring this practice to an end!
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