Volunteers Take Four Bison from Grand Canyon National Park

Volunteers Take Four Bison from Grand Canyon National Park

Officials say that lethal CULLING of the Grand Canyon Bison is the most effective way to reduce the park's herd. A pilot program to reduce the bison herd at Grand Canyon National Park ended earlier this month. After shooting proficiency tests, safety training, and miles of hiking in rugged terrain, 10 volunteers managed to harvest four bison. “It was still a learning experience for all of us involved,” one of the volunteers, Charles Gorecki, told the Associated Press. “We got an appreciation that [bison] are very quiet and cunning. These animals, if they catch wind of us…you’ll never ever see...
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