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State Senate approves Jim Kellogg for third term on F&G Commission

Special to Western Outdoor NewsPublished: Feb 05, 2013

SACRAMENTO — Despite vocal opposition from some animal rights groups, in early January the California State Senate voted to approve the re-appointment of Jim Kellogg to the California Fish and Game Commission for another 6-year term.


California Waterfowl was pleased to offer testimony in support of Mr. Kellogg at the Senate Rules Committee hearing, which was held the day before the full Senate vote on Jan. 10.

Mr. Kellogg has been one of the strongest supporters of waterfowl and wetland conservation on the Commission, and has helped California Waterfowl and the Department of Fish and Wildlife to annually secure science-based waterfowl seasons and bag limits that maximize hunting opportunity. He has also proven a key leader in protecting and increasing hunting on public lands and waters.
Mr. Kellogg has now been appointed to the Commission by three separate Governors, and is one of the longest serving F&G Commissioners in history.

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