Bill Proposed to Keep Drones from Hunting

A bill floating in the North Dakota House would prevent animal rights groups and others from harassing hunters with drones.

It’s already illegal in the state to use any private aircraft, including drones, to scout wildlife or help hunters pursue game.

A bill supporter says it is meant to keep drones out of the hunting experience altogether.

A PETA spokesman opposes the bill, saying drones don’t make noise and are a valuable tool in making sure hunters aren’t doing anything illegal.