Category Archives: hunting

>The Cove Screens In Syracuse


Syracuse Animal Rights Organization is proud to sponsor a local screening of The Cove, an Academy Award winning film for 2009 Best Documentary Film.

This screening will take place at Artrage Gallery (505 Hawley Avenue) on Wednesday, April 21st, 2010 at 7PM. The cost to see the film is $5 which helps SARO cover the public viewing license required to show this film.

Hope to see you there!

>Action Alert – Last Days For Public Comment

>With only three days left to submit public comment now is not the time to remain quite. Please speak out for the deer, raccoons, and other animals by telling New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation officials that hunting has no place in Green Lakes State Park.

Send your (polite) comments to Mark Hohengasser of the Planning Bureau telling what you think of the plan to bring hunting to Green Lakes.

Mark Hohengasser

Or if you prefer PETA has started an email for you at .

After you submit your comments please visit and sign the petition.

>State Could Open Green Lakes State Park to Hunting


State Park officials to hold hearing on opening Green Lakes State Park to hunting.

For those of you who don’t know, Green Lakes State Park is located just outside of the Syracuse in Fayetteville, NY.

Green Lakes State Park is currently open to biking, boating, camping, golfing, hiking, picnicking, family playgrounds, cross-country skiing and more, but all that will end will bullets start flying and animals start dying.  See more information on this park at .

The hearing will be held Tuesday, July 7th at 7pm at Pine Grove Middle School, 6318 Fremont Rd., East Syracuse, NY 13057

Onondaga Federation of Sportsmen’s Clubs plans to speak at this hearing in favor of hunting in the park, we need to be there to show that we don’t want hunting in this park.  I know this is short notice but please come to the meeting if you can.  However if you can’t make the meeting please send a message to Park Planner, Mark Hohengasser (see below for contact info) you have a month to send messages.

For further information on the meeting, call the Green Lakes State Park Golf Course Main Office at 315-637-6111.

Written comments can be sent to the state up to Aug. 7 to:

Mark Hohengasser
Park Planner
Agency Building 1, 17th floor
Empire State Plaza
Albany, N.Y. 12238

or by emailing

Thank you for your time and action on this