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August 17, 1990 | RICH ROBERTS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
It's the year 2000, and things have settled down at the California Department of Fish. All hunting has been banned in the state since the old Department of Fish and Game lost its last case in court in the early 1990s. When Cleveland Amory became the new director, his first move was to strike half of the department's title. His second was to fire all the biologists who advocated killing any wildlife species--furry or feathered--as a management tool. There is no longer any game management.
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August 17, 1990 | RICH ROBERTS, TIMES STAFF WRITER
It's the year 2000, and things have settled down at the California Department of Fish. All hunting has been banned in the state since the old Department of Fish and Game lost its last case in court in the early 1990s. When Cleveland Amory became the new director, his first move was to strike half of the department's title. His second was to fire all the biologists who advocated killing any wildlife species--furry or feathered--as a management tool. There is no longer any game management.
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August 15, 1990 | RICH ROBERTS and PETE THOMAS, TIMES STAFF WRITERS
California dove hunters are awakening to the possibility there will be no dove season. Long taken for granted as a late-summer rite, dove season ordinarily would start by Sept. 1. But the annual trek into the hinterlands was jeopardized earlier this month when the Fund for Animals and the Animal Legal Defense Fund filed comments critical of the environmental document prepared by the Department of Fish and Game to support the proposed migratory game bird regulations for 1990-91.
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