[at-l] Our wild national parks
hiker317 at gmail.com
Tue Aug 23 08:58:08 CDT 2011
oh how we will pine for these days of soon to be moot concerns, and the
luxurious times of gentle disagreement, when those without well-defended
gardens and larders are busily hunting/eating every creature that is edible
without regard to boundaries of national parks, monuments or refuges. Will
the most dedicated of the civil-service rangers make a rear-guard decision
to shoo their hoofed, clawed and feathered charges deeper into the
mountains, or will they depart at the first or second missed paycheck...then
again, they know where all of the abandoned gold/silver diggings are.
On Mon, Aug 22, 2011 at 7:19 PM, Sly <hikertrash at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 8/22/2011 1:49 PM, David Addleton wrote:
> > The goats were hardly "natural" having been introduced less than a
> > century ago . . . . And apparently this goat had already proven itself
> > a danger if not merely a nuisance and the park rangers were already
> > aware of this goat and its reputation?
> > And all this is the fault of lawyers?
> Wow, a brand new species. Mountain Goats happen to be native to North
> You're seriously going to sue the NP over an incident with a wild
> animal? For someone that throws fresh food around their campsite
> trying to attack wildlife, that's probably not a good idea.
> Just sayin'
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