Ruling might put wood bison back in Nenana Basin despite natural gas hunt

Meanwhile captive bison killing each other due to competition for food.

Sarah Palin wants a 10j rule classifying reintroduced bison as experimental non-essential so that development of their habitat can go forward unimpeded.

Ruling might put wood bison back in Nenana Basin despite natural gas hunt
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11 Responses to “Ruling might put wood bison back in Nenana Basin despite natural gas hunt”

  1. mikarooni Says:

    I want a 10j rule classifying Sarah Palin as experimental non-essential and i want Balyeat-type management applied to her.

  2. Brian Ertz Says:

    10j needs to go away

  3. Ryan Says:

    Classy statement Mikarooni, I think the 10J rule has some merits in certain cases. I really think both drilling and Bison can coexist. They seem to do well together in the Yukon and Northern BC.

  4. John d. Says:

    Ryan
    True, they can coexist as much as oil and water can be mixed.

  5. Ryan Says:

    John d.

    What basis do you come up with that assessment? Caribou have thrived as have Plains buffalo in the Henry mountains.

  6. ProWolf in WY Says:

    Have there been any studies done on the impacts of oil drilling on ungulate populations? I am just curious.

  7. John d. Says:

    Ryan,

    Because anything that gets in the way of development meets with a bullet and haven’t caribou and buffalo been decimated by ‘overpopulated’ predators in those areas?

  8. Ryan Says:

    John D,

    You run your mouth awful reckless for a man that don’t go heeled.

    Nope, do research and come back with an edcuated opinion.

  9. John d. Says:

    Oh really so drilling and mining causes absolutely no problems for wildlife whatsoever then? Give me a break…

  10. Ryan Says:

    Oh really so drilling and mining causes absolutely no problems for wildlife whatsoever then? Give me a break…

    John,

    With regards to Bison, history has proven otherwise.

  11. John d. Says:

    Two words: Habitat Loss.


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