by The Dickinson Press
November 12, 2012 at 6:00 pm in The Dickinson Press
BISMARCK North Dakota hunters and conservationists face a daunting set of challenges ranging from an oil boom to high crop prices that encourage farmers to plow conservation acres Continue Reading
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As an avid wildlife photographer I can tell you this…..Nature Adapts! I don’t care where you go, from Alaska to Florida the wildlife have adapted more readily to change than humans could ever achieve. Even when man expands and encroaches on ther native areas, they adapt, such is the nature of nature to evolve.
Instead of trying to throw more taxpayer money at the problem, do what others in different states have done….do it yourself. Show some ingenuity and resourcefulness and get out there and help the farmers set aside little areas for the wildlife. It doesn’t take huge areas of land, but small oasis of planted trees and shrubs to garner the attention of wildlife. They are a lot more resilient than humans are!
Get involved yourself instead of sitting on your duff and telling the government it should do something. Lip service is easy from the couch! Remember people, “we” are the government, not some mythical force that you just throw money at and it happens. The government itself as an entity can’t do anything right without costing too much….red tape is sooooo expensive nowadays!
GOT BAKKEN? What are you waiting for!
PS. Remember all the horrid stories about how the Alaskan Pipe Line would ruin nature? I’ve shot hundreds of pictures in recent years of moose grazing and rubbing up against the “warm” areas around the pipe line. Trust me, it’s “their oasis” in the dead of winter!
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