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Wildlife Officials Take On Drone Hunting Controversy

DENVER (CBS4)- The growing debate over drones used for hunting has wildlife officials tackling the debate.

Some hunters are using the unmanned flying devices to track their prey. That practice is causing controversy among hunters and those who oversee big game management. Drones are one of the fastest growing tech products on the market. The technology offers a significant advantage for hunters.Drones allow hunters to get up close to their target without having to spend hours and miles tracking them.

“We think it gives the hunter an unfair advantage,” said Backcountry Hunters & Anglers spokesman Tim Brass. Full Story. CBS news

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Cindy Hval
Cindy Hval is a freelance columnist for the Voices neighborhood sections. Her Front Porch column appears twice a month in the Thursday Voice.








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