On Mon, 22 Jun 2020 at 20:55, Jared Katz <
> Hi Susan,
> Good idea. THat day I don’t know if I could have used my phone at that
> point. But most days I certainly could, and will.
> Sent from my iPad muy grande
> > On Jun 22, 2020, at 12:38 PM, Susan Elliott <
> <00000032e9152660-dmarc-request...> wrote:
> > I keep the local game warden's number on my phone. Even if it his not
> his area, he can put me in touch with the right person. Sometimes they
> can't get there in time, but sometimes they can. One time at Dead Creek,
> someone was getting too close to and following a Snowy Owl. Fortunately a
> warden came by and got right after him.
> > Sue Elliott
> > On Monday, June 22, 2020, 10:26:50 AM EDT, Jared Katz <
> <000003825c43bc1a-dmarc-request...> wrote:
> > On the 20th, as I was completing a ride for NAACP_LDF, I rode down
> Bostwick Rd in Shelburne past the Osprey platform. There was a man (bearded
> I think) with a red or maroon sedan (I think), who was in the field taking
> photos of the Osprey. The Osprey was already stressed by the 90+ temps and
> was not looking pleased at the presence of this man. I yelled to him twice
> that he was too close. After 230 miles in the saddle I was too tired to
> stop and interact with him. Please, please, please, do not sacrifice the
> comfort, safety, livelihood of wildlife for a photograph. If a bird looks
> like it doesn't want you around, if it looks like it's out of place, give
> it room.
> > If anyone knows who was taking the photo on Saturday around 2:30PM,
> please let him know that it's uncool to take photos at the expense of an
> animal's health.
> > Jared