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Opposition to reintroducing the American marten in Pennsylvania is growing

Marten populations in other states have been used by groups opposing forest management, according to opponents of the plan to reintroduce the little predator in Pennsylvania. (Photo by Knut Robert Sevland, Flickr)

Opposition to the Pennsylvania Game Commission’s proposal to reintroduce the American marten to Pennsylvania forests is growing. 
Shortly after the Nov. 15 end to the agency’s public comment period on the plan to bring back the little predator, Ben Jones, president of the Ruffed Grouse Society and American Woodcock Society, weighed in against the proposal.

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