Secretary Of The Interior Signs Order To Protect Game Corridors

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There are people in this world who think hunters are the evilest things in the world. And yes, they actually use the word “things” in their minds. They don’t care if humans have hunted since the dawn of time, they want the practice to stop. Some of them aren’t even vegans; they just think we should all get our food wrapped in plastic from the grocery store.

Luckily, the Secretary of the Interior isn’t one of those people. He recently signed an order designed to protect big game corridors.

Before a crowd at the Western Hunting and Conservation Expo in Utah last week, U.S. Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke signed an order to protect range routes for antelope, elk and mule deer.

The annual expo, sponsored by Sportsmen for Fish and Wildlife and the Mule Deer Foundation, saw Zinke ink Secretarial Order 3362 designed to improve habitat for big game

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