Hopefully this thread doesn't go sideways with another condor discussion.
More of a "culling" than a "harvest" I'm thinking. I'm imagining NPS employees telling the "skilled volunteers" where to stand, how to hold their mouth, which animal they are allowed to shoot, etc. I think I'm going to pass for that reason as well as the one I mentioned before. But many thanks to the two gentlemen who kindly offered the use of .30 cal rifles if I decided to apply.Yes it does sound like more of a Harvest than a hunt similar to he Raymond Herd as far as sport. I wonder if they would let you move it right to the rim for an Epic Bison Grip n Grin. Like sheep and deer get moved around so the background is "just right for my guides instagram"
If its actually within the Parks boundaries it'll be open to every citizen.This is probably for residents only? If they allow non resident hunters to apply and keep majority of meat and possibly the head, I would be interested depending on the price. Does anyone know as of yet if non residents are locked out? I would agree that it should be for residents only, but if they leave that open to all.....