Please go back to being banned. 👋Exactly. Please go back and re read the thread
*once your habitat is in the best shape it can be.hawk is so s
Please go back to being banned.
Everyone needs to use all the tools available for good wildlife management practices to give your ground nesting birds a better chance of nest and poult success. Trapping has been recommended by a wildlife biologist as one of those tools that helps.
What research did he base his opinion on? Was it replicable for the average landowner?Has been recommended by the former Director of Alabama's Conservation Dept. who has a wildlife biology degree which is good enough for me. You're always talking about how smart our wildlife biologists are.
Go look up what kind of degrees the director of Mo Conservation Dept has.
Didn't go look her degrees up yet, huh?What research did he base his opinion on? Was it replicable for the average landowner?
Correlation is not causationDidn't go look her degrees up yet, huh?
By coincidence, I have been using the same tools the wildlife biologist recommended for 7 years and I have seen the results, so I know the plan works.
I could care less about research he did, I care about results and we're getting them.
It works, so it is very replicable for the average land owner that wants to use it. If an average landowner wants to go another route that is totally up to them, I just know that his recommended wildlife management plan works for me and is easy to combine with any other wildlife management plans that may be in use.
Our directors degrees are irrelevant.But is how life works. (And was recommended by a wildlife biologist)
You still haven't looked up our Director of Conservation degrees yet have you?
Our directors degrees are in Communication and a Law Degree. I reckon she's an expert in all things wildlife.Our directors degrees are irrelevant.
A lot of people believe a rabbits foot gives them good luck. It doesnt.
Some wildlife biologists graduated at the bottom of their class.
Our director has nothing to do with biology or science. She is a CEO. She worried about money and staffing.Our directors degrees are in Communication and a Law Degree. I reckon she's an expert in all things wildlife.
You have zero reason, other than you don't have any other argument, to trash the past Director of Conservation for Alabama. I reckon he was a hell of a lot smarter than you.
The owners of the site are well aware who I am.It's a shame, you think you are smarter than everyone else, including the admins who banned you.
And they always make guys who graduated at the bottom of their class the Director of the state of Alabama's Conservation Department.