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Posted on May 15, 2008
Larry Book, president of the 200-member Bonner County Sportsman Association, said he's confident of the state's hunting plan.
"The North American model for wildlife management has been very successful," said Book, naming once-rare species that are now common, including Canada geese and pronghorn antelope. Sportsmen paid for the recovery efforts by purchasing hunting licenses, he said.
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