“Ludicrous!”: Backlash Against Hunting Theme Mandate for Federal Duck Stamp Art Contest

The annual duck stamp art contest run by the federal Fish and Wildlife Service sparks controversy and a lawsuit in 2020 by requiring entrants to celebrate “the American waterfowl hunting heritage.”

“Friends of Animals”, which filed the suit, says the rule “takes the cake as one of the most ludicrous, anti-wildlife, anti-conservation measures the [Trump] administration has implemented.

Scott Ott, Stephen Green and Bill Whittle have a blast shooting down this absurd backlash.

Background Resource:
What Makes a Good Duck Painting? The Government Suggests Some Hunting
[Christine Hauser, The New York Times, October 13, 2020]

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