The California Fish and Game Commission voted 3-2 to ban bobcat trapping across the state on Wednesday. Bobcats are hunted commercially by more than 250 state-licensed trappers and sold for their pelts, which can cost an average of $280 each.
The California Fish and Game Commission voted 3-2 to ban bobcat trapping across the state on Wednesday. Bobcats are hunted commercially by more than 250 state-licensed trappers and sold for their pelts, which can cost an average of $280 each. Al Kiser The Sierra Star
The California Fish and Game Commission voted 3-2 to ban bobcat trapping across the state on Wednesday. Bobcats are hunted commercially by more than 250 state-licensed trappers and sold for their pelts, which can cost an average of $280 each. Al Kiser The Sierra Star

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