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Out of balance

It is heartbreaking that we live in a world where we kill human beings and animals simply because they have become an inconvenience to us.

Whatever happened to Fish and Wildlife responsibilities of darting and relocating predatory animals that have traveled into residential areas?

We are the ones who have encroached upon their habitats to the extent that they now have no where else to go anymore.

A long time ago, people were good stewards and respected the land and all its inhabitants.

They understood the delicate balance of God’s creations and that every living being has a place and purpose in it.

When you disrupt the circle, you get chaos.

Welcome to our world today.

Jeanie Smith

Nine Mile Falls


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