Human Encroachment

GUESTS: Howard Quigley President, Hornocker Wildlife Institute Chuck Cushman Executive Director, American Land Rights Association, Battle Ground, WA The natural habitat of wild animals is threatened as more and more Americans develop remote areas of land across the country. Wildlife advocates say that humans should either co-exist with these animals or avoid living there altogether. But land rights advocates think people have a right to the land — even if that means hunting animals to control the wildlife population. Join host Ray Suarez and guests for a discussion about the conflict between man and beast...on the next Talk of the Nation, from NPR News.

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