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Discussion in 'California Flyway Forum' started by mark seaters, Sep 11, 2019.
I agree. I’d sure like to hear his side of the story too.
Maybe he should have worn gloves when he unsuccessfully tried to remove the collar......
"In the head" time after time after time after time..enough to scare a snowflake about the dangers of guns and not p38.
I think they can find out the location where the death occurred by GPS signal recording. The P38's life is more important than ours.
Funny I read a different article and the district attorney claimed that he shot a mountain lion that was near the endangered species list. The article also says when he cut the collar they receive a mortality signal and gps. He obviously didn’t cover his tracks good enough
In addition to SSS, don’t be stupid and stay away from the ones with a collar ffs... this guy wasn’t the brightest bulb on the chandelier... smh
Apparently the guy was employed by the American Jewish University as their livestock keeper... He probably freaked out when he saw the collar and tried to destroy it... Dude probably would have been fine if he called up authorities right after he killed it to let them know that he killed a lion that was trying to get a goat instead of trying to cover his tracks.
I would have taken the dang collar, nice and slowly moseyed by that tracker/monitor dudes house and toss that collar in his back yard...
Glad CA has the ability to protect the mountain lions, they don’t have the ability provide public safety to the residents. Kids can’t go to the parks, my wife won’t go to the store if it’s dark. Pathetic