Strange signs of wildlife


A good sign of wildlife recovery.  Photo by Amanda Holland, all rights reserved.

A good sign of wildlife recovery. Photo by Amanda Holland, all rights reserved.

A cousin-in-law spends a few months working on condor recovery in California.  We get photos from time to time.

This one isn’t particularly spectacular, but I love the irony, and the levels of meaning.

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4 Responses to Strange signs of wildlife

  1. Hank Roberts says:

    > No one should be carrying a hunting rifle there.
    Uh, yeah, I agree.
    Like I said, I’d like to know how long it takes.
    Maybe I’ll be pleasantly surprised.

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  2. Ed Darrell says:

    This sign is well off the beaten path — it may be in a wildlife refuge. No one should be carrying a hunting rifle there.

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  3. Hank Roberts says:

    Put a timestamp on there, and let us know how long it takes before they see the first bullet hole, and the first shotgun pattern.

    All this does is give the idiots some idea what they’re going to be shooting, they don’t give a damn.

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