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Walter Matera
Walter Matera

While I am in agreement with the concept, as far as black bears are concerned, it's unnecessary.  Ask anyone in states where the population is very, very healthy.  Those furry critters are just oversized raccoons, perfectly happy to move in with people, eat their left-overs, sleep under their porches, you name it.  Florida panthers definitely need the corridors, probably bobcats do to.  But bears?  hah!

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