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8B Wednesday, July 23, 2014 Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter i animals,' California's wildlife is one vehicles. Deer may also your property: of its greatest treasures, and attract dangerous predators Secure trash in the California Department of like mountain lions to bear-proof cans and don't Fish and Wildlife is residential areas, wheel them out until committed to protecting and Careless campers and collection day morning. conserving this important residents who fail to secure Don't leave trash, resource. As the drought their garbage can also cause groceries or animal feed in continues into the summer problems. The scent of trash, your car. months, CDFW reminds particularly leftover food --Harvest ripe fruit off residents to be mindful of scraps, will lure bears out of trees and promptly collect their actions in the outdoors the woods. They are likely to fallen fruit. and to take measures to return again and again in --Do not use birdfeeders. discourage wildlife from search of an easy meal. --Keep barbecue grills coming into contact with Habituated bears can cause clean and stored when not in humans, extensive property damage, use. "During times of drought, and some ultimately have to --Don't leave any scented animals may have to search be killed, products outside (i.e suntan farther for food and water," Both deer and bear are lotion or candles). said Marc Kenyon, CDFW considered "big game" --Keep doors and windows senior environmental mammals and it is against closed and locked. scientist. "Although these state law to feed them. A --Install motion-activated periods can be stressful for citation could lead to hefty alarms, sprinklers and/or animals, they are also a fmes and jail time. electric fencing. natural part of ecological "Reports of wildlife --Landscape with systems that regulates their sightings have become quite . deer-resistant plants and numbers. In nature, we must common with the increased install high fencing around realistically expect some use of cellphone cameras and gardens. starvation and overall social media, and with --Remove shrubs and debris increased mortality, increased development into piles that provide hiding Otherwise, nature wouldn't largely undeveloped areas," places for mountain lions. be natural." said Kenyon. "In most cases, ---Secure livestock in Well-intentioned residents wildlife sightings are not a sturdy enclosures. who set out food for wild cause for alarm and are not --Do not leave small animals are actually doing necessarily due to the children or pets unattended them no favors, particularly drought. Wildlife lives in the outdoors. for large animals. Feeding hills, fields and forests all --Keep pet food and water deer may cause them to around us, and we must do dishes indoors. congregate in small areas in our part to help them Call 888-CALTIP unusually high numbers, maintain their natural ways." (888-334-2258) to report which can cause the spread of Follow these "Keep Me someone feeding wildlife. For disease and increase the Wild" tips to help ensure you more tips, visit likelihood of collisions with are not attracting wildlife to LETTERS, from page 7B simply walk away. Women will never have that option. space is limited. Those are our rights. But, I am so touched by the Control over your body: statements he made about life Once you're pregnant, it's not in Iraq under Saddam. How just your body you are compassionate. In spite of all responsible for. War on women: A fabricated the tough talk about American "leftists," maybe he catch phrase designed to make the mother-to-be feel is just a good caring person. I discriminated against and the suppose he has that same compassion for the 52,000people who are forced to pay Central American childrenfor her abortion to feel guilty who have fled for their lives if they don't want to pony up. What's wrong with this and arrived at our doorstep asking for asylum? Right?picture? And war? War is a dirty, Apparently, in order for a woman to exercise her nasty business. We all know "rights" she needs to take that. Aside from the death and destruction, it is one in away someone else's. What about the baby's which somebody is making rights? You got pregnant. So vast sums of money. War? What is it good for? now you need to murder your Halliburton. Pacifism? Ever baby so you can walk'away scot-free? heard of Martin Luther King ( or Gandhi? Tom Slavik eos/this is abortion/) Mohawk Vista What about my right to live by my own moral code and conscience and not be No war on women complicit in a crime by Reproductive rights: Men paying for your abortion? can conceive a child and What about the right to ANDERLINI & M SWEENE LLP practice one's religious beliefs that upon fertilization a human being is created and abortion is wrong? Completing an unwanted pregnancy is hard, expensive, affects your health and may mess up your plans. And, in rare circumstances, it may be necessary to end a pregnancy. But in most cases, if you don't want to be pregnant, take responsibility to prevent it or finish the job and put her up for adoption if you cannot keep her. Don't just enjoy yourself, destroy the evidence and expect others to pay for your mistake. Your abortion decision is between you and God, not politicians trying to gain favor or clinics raking in millions of dollars supposedly for your "reproductive rights." And don't try to assuage your guilt by pretending others share your enthusiasm for genocide. War on women? More like a war on innocent unborn babies and unwilling taxpayers and employers. Lynn Desjardin Portola From left, Todd Turner, beef, beans and salad at B Bishop, Mercadez Perkins, Henry Johnson and Greg Ramelli serve the Portola Volunteer Fire Department's annual Beef Feed on July 20. It's wh C Across from Ihe (:otnn'lhotnse 531 Main Street, Qtnincy', CA ,)5,}71 I (53111 283-22(16, F.XX: (530) 283 25(11 Mon-Fri ,):30am-S:30pnl my name is Stop in to see the savings & visit Epilog's Sidewalk Sale. t's for. dinner Chase Nielsen plunges into a dunk tank at the Portola Volunteer Fire Department's annual Beef Feed on July 20. Photo by Austin Hagwood Plumas Have many The at 1 and Sierra Counties valuable resources to offer. Please call: Plumas/Sierra Crisis Line at: -877-332-2754 or 283-4333 for information. A program of Plumas Crisis Intervention & Resource Center I am a darling tan and white young female who hasn't had the best kitten life. I am nearly blind with scar tissue over most of my eyes. Even though I was found tied to a bench, I still love attention and people. I have a great big purr and love to talk. I am a great little retriever who will chase and return crinkled paper many times. Because of my poor sight, I am very cautious of other animals and small children, but I would make an excellent inside only kitty. Remember you can spay your cat for $5.00! 2453 E. Main St Quincy 283-5433 My name is "So-She" but right now I am "So-Sad." My brother was just adopted and I am lonely without him. I have big "deer" eyes and am so very sweet. If you try to pet me I will roll over and ask you to pet my belly and never tell you to stop. I just love people, but cats-not so much. I would love to be adopted by someone who would enjoy taking me for walks and scratching my neck and chin. In return I will give you big kisses and crawl in your lap, if you let me. So-She Breed: Retriever/Mix Age: 6 years Gender: Female Size: Large Color: Golden Altered: Yes H/gh S/erra An/ma/ Open from 10 am to 4 pm, Mon. thru Sat. (530) 832-4727 Lift up a child's voice. A child's life. CASA Court Appointed Special Advocates FOR CHILDREN PLUMAS CASA Court Appointed Special Advocates are specially trained community volunteers appointed by a judge to advocate for the best interests of an abused, neglected or abandoned child. Register for Training by July 28 call 283-2227for more information