On Today’s Show: Wolf Talk, Whitetail Winter Habitat Workgroup and Alger County Ice and Snow Sports

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Marquette, MI  –  January 27th, 2016  –  In our first outdoor report, we caught up with Tom from Hillside in Munising to get the scoop on the ice conditions and what fishermen were catching on Munising Bay.  He also clued us in about the ice climbing that takes place in Alger County and updated us on the snow conditions for sledders and cross-country skiers.

LISTEN to Part 1 of My Chat with Tom from Hillside For Ice and Snow Conditions
LISTEN to Part 2 of My Conversation with Tom from Hillside in Munising about Ice and Snow Conditions
Our next outdoor segment was an unusual one, in that this show normally doesn’t get too political or controversial.  But, we were today.  George Lindquist joined us on the show today to fill us in on the recent bill that has been passed on to the U.S. Senate that proposes to once again, remove the wolf from the Endangered Species List.  We talked about why we both felt this was the right course of conservation and how we all must take action to have our voices heard.  Contact your U.S. Senator and Rep.  We also touched on the latest Whitetail Winter Habitat Workgroup meeting and what their next course of action is.  Have a listen:
LISTEN to Part 1 of My Talk with George Lindquist on the Recent U.S. Senate Bill
LISTEN to Part 2 of My Chat with George Lindquist on the Recent Proposal to Remove the Wolf from the Endangered Species List
Here are the numbers to call and voice your opinion how our U.S. Senators and U.S. Rep should vote..
U.S. SENATOR Debbie Stabenow – (202) 224-4822
U.S. SENATOR Gary Peters – (202) 224-6621
U.S. REP Dan Benishek – (202)225-4735
Make the call and make a difference.
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