I am just hoping to put the whole roadside bear hunting situation into perspective, seeing as we are all wasting a lot of time and money on it.
According to the Yukon Fish and Wildlife Management Board’s website, we are all talking about the approximately one grizzly bear a year shot in the roadside right of way in the Southern Lakes Region. To put that in context, around 13 grizzlies a year are shot in defence of life or property and one every two years dies as a result of a vehicle collision, as per the same website.
I understand the irony in writing about this and apologize to everyone who reads this as it wastes more time on the topic.
Maybe we should to do a review of what we do reviews on.