aren't the animals that inhabit yellowstone protected???
answer; Yes.BUT,Hunters lure them out of the park with sounds of young in distress or mating calls during their seasons.
The animals don't see a fenceline,or marker telling them they've left the park,and then a bullet strikes them down.
Chicanery of the worst kind by the hunter to elude the protections of the park,and unfortunately they are very successful.
There needs to be some type of perimeter watch!
A watch would be great BUT if hunters are found to be shooting or wanting to shoot after luring the animals out of the park, is there any way to stop them? Will they get punished? Knowing it's Montana, unfortunately probably not! Tasunka, it is pathetic that all wildlife is suffering because of these stupid man made boundaries!! It's like those ranchers, hunters, etc are allowed to get away with whatever they want!
For a federal ban like the eagle.
Certainly for our should be national mammal:Bison
And any endangered species.
Enforcement has been very slow and elusive.
Only other conclusion is we need feet on the ground protecting our animals from tricky hunters.
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