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Bulletin, Record, Progressive, Reporter Wednesday, Aug. 21, 2013 5C Railroad Days winners No Railroad Days would be complete without the annual softball tournament, and this year's event was no exception. The team Shakey's Back Up from Quincy ended up winning the tournament with three wins. Top row, from left: Josh McLain, Eric Thompson, Corey Schwartz, Andrew Stites and Ron James. Bottom row from left: Mark Jennings, Ben Grant, Dan Pavlakis and Sergio Marquez. Photo submitted in nl Dove season is Plumas, Sierra, Butte, Glenn, preference. Applications approaching and people Lake, Colusa, Sutter, Yuba, may include up to two seeking hunting . Nevada, Placer, Yolo, hunters applying as a party. opportunities can visit the Sacramento, E1 Dorado, Hunters may apply only once California Department of Amador, Alpine, Calaverasfor each hunt, either as an Fish and Wildlife's Upland and San Joaquin counties,applicant or as a guest. Game Bird Program's Web there will be one specialSubmitting multiple page. It lists numerous hunt opportunity Sept. 1 on applications will result in statewide hunts, includin the Cosumnes River di olmlifie tinn the North Central Region's Preserve located in The purchase of an Upland Cosumnes River Preserve Sacramento County. Game Bird Stamp supports hunt. Applications and these special hunts and other, Dove season is scheduled information are availableprograms that provide Sept. 1 - 15 and Nov. 9 - Dec. online at additional upland game bird 23. Additional information, hunting opportunities. The on species and bag limits can Hunters will be selected by stamp is required for all be found at a computerized drawing, upland game bird hunters In Applicants must submit anexcept apprentice hunters. CDFW's North Central application with their choice Region, which serves of hunts listed in order of RODEO, from page lC take the prize by default. J.D. Rose came out shortly after, however, and held on the whole time his bull was bucking all over the arena. Rose tallied 70 points to win the event. The bareback riding was next, which attracted six participants. Only one participant was bucked off before the eight seconds was up. Based on scores, Clayton Biglow and Zack Brown shared the top spot. Sam Harper won the saddle bronc riding. Proceeds from the rodeo went to FRC's rodeo program. The college's team plans to hold the rodeo again at next year's county fair. Zack Brown keeps it together for eight seconds at the rodeo last Saturday. The judges awarded Brown 75 points, and he shared first place with another participant, Clayton Biglow. Photo by James Wilson The California Department policy evaluation was fast Los Padres National Forest. of Fish and Wildlife has seen tracked after two notableIn another incident in Santa a significant reduction in lethal mountain lion Cruz in May, a lion had mountain lions killed as a interactions took place at the fallen into a culvert and result of new policy end of 2012. The stories of could not jump out. He was implemented in February these interactions elevated darted and later released in without a risk to public the department's need to the Soquel Demonstration safety. The new policy allows evaluate current policy and State Forest. These are just for more non-lethal options to make changes to allow the two of many incidents that when there is an interaction use of non-lethal means. As have ended non-lethally. between a mountain lion and part of the evaluation, senior "Sometimes you can find a humans. CDFW leadership met with mountain lion or bear in an "Last year, ! directed the many interested unusual location otherwise department's leadership stakeholders from both sides behaving normally," said team to evaluate our of the issue. CDFW Law Enforcement guidelines on how we Since the new policy was Chief Mike Carton. "It isn't respond to interactions with implemented, CDFW has always a threat to public mountain lions and bears to ordered equipment for field safety. Every situation is determine how we can do staff to better handle the unique. We are pleased that Charlton H. Bonham. "I'm human wildlife conflict calls, evaluate each situation pleased that we have struck Many of the mountain lion carefully and to choose a the balance and are and bear incidents that have solution which allows a witnessing fewer mountain happened have resulted in co-existence between lions killed without hazing wildlife away from humans and wildlife while sacrificing any wildlife the area of high public use or allowing discretion to act officer's authority to make the darting and relocation of when there is a public safety the correct public safety call the animal, rather than issue." for each situation." lethal take. In one incident For more information, The previous in January, a lion in Santa Visit human/wildlife interaction Barbara was relocated to the Sudoku Puzzle #2671-D Difficult 4 5 Barriers LIO W AIV WIA L ~51L j R I.~L __P EIV E DII S SIL 0 R I._._~A IIG PIA N UIT N PIE A S C E N E II C A P A N O R E E T C__ I_L o_. 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