KenaiHunter wrote:Thanks for the reply! So I take it that a fax and/or email may be pretty redundant at this point, considering I already mailed it. I just hope they mail it out soon! I emailed Melisa as well, nothing back from her yet.
If they are accepting faxed and emailed copies of the form, does that mean they will send me back a faxed or emailed permit?
plumgold1 wrote:You are what you eat
I'm not sure where else to express my disgust at what I observed on January 10th and 11th of this year. I was staying at the Marriott Town Place Suites in Redwood Shores, right next to the San Carlos Airport and next door to the Redwood Shores Day Care Center. I grew up in Redwood Shores, and these birds mean a lot to me and everyone who lives there. I was taking my cat for a walk on the bay trail that runs along the slough (Steinberger Slough) and across from me on the levy was a hunter who dropped a duck right in front of me. He shot towards the shore and the buckshot landed right in front of me, at least three times. Then his dog went out in the water and brutally tore up the duck and brought its body to shore. Well, his unconscious actions caused the day care center to keep the children inside all day long for their own safety. Point being, I hope this person, and anyone else who kills birds in this slough read this and realize that they are very close to people and should not be hunting here. My personal opinion is that hunters are heartless and unwise. Watching a beautiful couple of ducks fly across the sky at sunrise out there, and then seeing one of them blown out of the sky is haunting and sad for me. It breaks my heart, and I'm sure the duck's partner was not too happy either to lose its mate. I know that the police were called and that everything possible is being done to prevent hunting near that area as it is too dangerous, not just to the ducks, but the humans nearby as well.
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