It’s not everyday that trappers and animal lovers share the same view about federal wildlife management.

But it’s happening now with both sides calling for reform of a government agency called Wildlife Services. “It’s time to sit down, roll up the sleeves and take a look at how it can be reformed,” said Gene Harrington, director of government affairs for the National Pest Management Association.

“They are chasing a lot of pigeons in a lot of city halls across the country and I just don’t think that’s a priority for the federal government,” Harrington said.

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