1. Due to an outbreak of Lyme's disease, and car accidents related to deer, some cities are allowing hunting within city limits. There are obviously strict rules on this, but it is part of an effort to reduce the amount of over-populated animals. Other places have extended the hunting times for each day. This is all part of America's pest problem.
2. We have an out of control animal population issue. There are supposedly more deer our country now than when columbus set foot here. Wild hogs, brought here in the 16th century, have reached 5 million and are wrecking havoc all over the south. Every year a small army of chosen hunters comb forests for black bears on a six day hunt.
3. Beavers are tearing down trees all over the pacific west coast, which were nearly wiped out not too long ago. Bald eagles have also come back from near extinction, now preying on pet dogs in Michigan. Raccoons have been all over Chicago eating trash. And the largest Burmese pythons are now found in the Everglades, not in Burma.
DRONES more commonly associated with the war on terror are to patrol the skies over Scotland in a bid to eradicate diseases that threaten to wipe out swathes of forest.
The unmanned planes are smaller than conventional drones and armed with high resolution cameras to capture images that will help woodland managers spot telltale signs of fatal fungal infections in trees. (...)
“Only the wide application and routine use of this technology directly by forest managers will enable the technology to deliver its potential benefits, cost effectively,” said Ian Thomas, a chartered forester who helped compile the study. “This means every forestry manager having the technology in the boot of their car, and knowing how to use it.”
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