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Wildlife driven from habitat

I’m writing in behalf of God’s creatures, such as the bear that was shot after the failed attempt to capture it, and the many others who roam to seek food, because there is no wilderness left. Wherever there is a square mile, greedy builders put up apartments, etc.

It once was a beauty to see what was once called wilderness, where wild animals weren’t spotted in residential areas where these poor creatures seek food – even deer, elk and wolves. It was their place of survival before man took it.

I say, if man has to take away from them, then let these greedy land snatchers build a wild-animal sanctuary. Then these poor creatures won’t be coming into harm’s way. God bless these poor creatures.

Dorothy Payne

Spokane Valley



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