kokomo61: Makes perfect sense. Invasive species reduced, native species given a leg (or fin) up, and predators given real food like they'd find in the wild.Saw a red-tailed hawk snag a squirrel off of a 495 on-ramp. It flew right in front of the windshield, with the furry guy dangling from the hawk's talons. Felt sad for the squirrel....but man, was it cool to see a raptor doing his job.
OnlyM3: Non native species in a man made link o.OWhat species of fish was Native to that patch of dirt?
Rostin: I have an uncle who worked for the federal forestry service. His son now does the same thing, but for whatever the state level agency in Alaska is called. Both are avid hunters and fishermen who "love" animals--with a side of potatoes.
GeekDragon: Holy carp.
chuckufarlie: Loving animals is not the same as loving fish.
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