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Old 04-27-2012, 03:52 PM
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Default Re: Record Moose Kill's in South Central AK.

Hi Stan,

How bout the places where the people who go to pick them up via the list, cape them out and leave the hides and all other discards lay on the berm of the road?

That should be something the state requires, that if you are in line to claim a roadkill you must remove the entire mess. Ravens and other scavengers are just baited to the roads edge to become highway pizza themselves. Then when the snow melts we get to see & smell the remains. There is a bid ole pile of it decomposing right beside the walking / bike path along KGB Road right now, nice, really nice. Then there's the one on the Glen along the Palmer Hay Flats above Knick River, nice......................

Maybe I should send this to the people at Dept. of Public safety who oversee all of this and the Troopers as well.

Anyway, yeah the trains take their toll and of course those pesky Wolves. I don't agree with the 'wipe out the predator' program just so we can kill more of the moose. But I'm not going there, I'll leave it at that; but as for those who are into killing every wolf you see we will probably disagree on that practice.

Ard
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