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Federal wildlife and hunting panel taking public input

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The Wildlife and Hunting Heritage Conservation Council has scheduled a public teleconference for Friday March 14 from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. (Mountain Daylight Time). The Fish & Wildlife Service, to which the council reports, announced the event on Tuesday, March 14.

The public is welcome to listen in, speak or submit written comments. But if you want to present, submit questions for the council to consider or just listen in, you must notify the council by this Thursday, March 6.

The council plans to set aside half an hour for public statements but nobody can speak for more than three minutes.

The tentative agenda include national standards for Chronic Wasting Disease, how sequestration affected the Wildlife and Sport Fish Restoration Trust Funds, illegal wildlife trafficking and possibly other topics.

For details see

For background on the council, go to


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