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Re: [CALBIRDS] THREAD CLOSED Re: Pt. Reyes American Bittern vs "SF" (CA) Garter Snake

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  • Douglas Aguillard
    This thread has taken on a new life, that does not meet the guidelines of Calbirds. This Thread is Closed . Douglas Aguillard Calbirds Listowner San Diego, CA
    Message 1 of 1 , Mar 6, 2007
      This thread has taken on a new life, that does not meet the guidelines of
      Calbirds. This Thread is "Closed".

      Douglas Aguillard
      Calbirds Listowner
      San Diego, CA
      doug@...



      ----- Original Message -----
      From: "Leigh Bartoo" <herpcrazie@...>
      To: <calbirds@yahoogroups.com>
      Sent: Tuesday, March 06, 2007 2:16 PM
      Subject: [CALBIRDS] Re: Pt. Reyes American Bittern vs "SF" (CA) Garter Snake


      > Wow...I believe that would have been pretty darn illegal--please, folks,
      > don't harass wild animals!!! The MBTA would protect migratory birds, and I
      > can't remember if "harassment" is one of the aspects it provides
      > protection against. ESA would prohibit handling of the snake, even if it's
      > to get it away from a predator. Hmmm...I'm sure there's others, but my
      > mind's not working fully at the moment.
      > Perhaps some of the other regulatory folks or those versed in
      > environmental laws could chime in.
      >
      > Leigh Bartoo
      > Sacramento
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      >
      > Nate Dias wrote:
      > Shame on everyone present for not intervening IMMEDIATELY to save a
      > breeding-age member of an > endangered species! Especially a curator of
      > Herpetology!
      >
      > I would have waded (carefully) into the marsh and saved the snake without
      > hesitation!
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