Forest Service Authorizes Shooing Feral Cows in the Gila Wilderness to Protect the Environment
By TTAG Contributor
By Susan Montoya Bryan, AP
A helicopter with a shooter will fly over a portion of the vast Gila Wilderness in southwestern New Mexico next week, searching for feral cows to kill.
U.S. Forest Service managers approved the plan Thursday to protect sensitive spots in the nation’s first designated wilderness area. The move sets the stage for legal challenges over how to handle unbranded livestock and other stray cows as drought deepens in the West.
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