Hunters lose and wildlife loses, when policy is based on trumped up fear and emotion and not facts. And the facts are on our side, hunting is the bed rock of conservation.
Sitting on the stage where three influential women within the hunting culture.
Nicole Reeve, Melissa Bachman and Kendal Jones sat before the SCI Hunter’s Defense Fund luncheon and recounted the death threats, and personal distress they have been subjected to, just for carrying on a part of human nature.
With today’s fast paced communication world, the content is both positive and negative. Unfortunately, due to immature uneducated individuals around the world, these women have been tormented by people behind a computer screen.
Each of these women where raised in the culture of hunting. but for these women, vilified for carrying on tradition, the death threats are real. When we hear someone has received death threats, can we actually relate? Or do we just blow it off? Threats have come in the form of death threats to themselves, their children, and family.
Nicole Reeve says even allowing their children to play in their yard at home is a safety concern. They have had to increase their home security and have law enforcement keep an eye on their home in order to stay safe.