Overpopulated Animals

Submitted by Andy Anderson

Short articles discussing some of the problems associated with overpopulated animals:

Stewards or Curators? Caring for Nature

Submitted by Andy Anderson
Dizard, Jan E., Going Wild: Hunting, Animal Rights, and the Contested Meaning of Nature, 1999, Amherst, MA: University of Massachusetts Press, pp. 173-211.

Overpopulated Animals

Submitted by Andy Anderson
Short articles discussing some of the problems associated with overpopulated animals:

Stewards or Curators? Caring for Nature

Submitted by Andy Anderson
Dizard, Jan E., Going Wild: Hunting, Animal Rights, and the Contested Meaning of Nature, 1999, Amherst, MA: University of Massachusetts Press, pp. 173-211.

Overpopulated Animals

Submitted by Andy Anderson

Short articles discussing some of the problems associated with overpopulated animals:

Stewards or Curators? Caring for Nature

Submitted by Andy Anderson
Dizard, Jan E., Going Wild: Hunting, Animal Rights, and the Contested Meaning of Nature, 1999, Amherst, MA: University of Massachusetts Press, pp. 173-211.

Overpopulated Animals

Submitted by Andy Anderson

Short articles discussing some of the problems associated with overpopulated animals:

The Hunting Professor

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Professor Jan Dizard hunts feathered prey with his bird dog, Dee.

Fall means more to Jan Dizard than a return to teaching.

The Hunting Professor

Fall means more to Professor Jan Dizard than a return to teaching, grading, advising and other academic tasks. For Dizard, the Charles Hamilton Houston Professor in American Culture, autumn also signifies another hunting season. It means weekends spent in the woods of New England and beyond, accompanied by his birddog, Dee, stalking feathered prey such as ruffed grouse, woodcock, pheasants and wild turkey.

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