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GISProfessional Ethics Project gisprofessionalethics.org Case study: Bear Baiting “Bear baiting” refers to the practice of hunting black bears over bait. In preparation for a hunt, hunters or outfitters place food at a location to which they hope to lure bears. After bears learn to return to the site, hunters harvest their prey from nearby tree stands or blinds. Hunting black bears over bait is legal in Alaska and eight other states. Proponents contend that the practice allows observation of the bear at close range, minimizing the possibility of shooting a female with cubs, and maximizin ...
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