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Sunday, April 15, 2012

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I went to a Roseburg Forest Products meeting just last year. We had a speaker from BLM address the endangered species act. She said that BLM and the USFS has made closure samples in the event this Bigfoot thing comes to light as I believe it will very soon.

It was scary what she said about the amount of public and private land that would be closed to logging and some recreation. It would effectively shut down all of the pacific northwest because they would be on the endangered list in a heartbeat if the population is guessed under 7,000.

Nobody in their right mind would want this. This is the main reason government doesn't want Bigfoot to be designated as real. Some would say we can live together without all the protection but it doesn't work that way.

Remember the spotted owl and marble murrelet? Just think what a small number of 600 to 1,000 pound primates would do for our economy. Anyone wanna guess?
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Thank you for the comment. It is good that the BLM and Forest Service is talking about what will happen when bigfoot is proclaimed "real." ... Linda Newton-Perry

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Clay said...

The facts are that BLM and USFS has been ready for 12 years to implement a species designate for Bigfoot. The private timber companies have thus far won the fight to not include Bigfoot in the endangered species act but that will soon change. According to current status of the act Bigfoot will be included in the ESA because it needs several hundred miles per creature to exist. I too have seen the maps in the event this comes to pass. Everything west of the Cascades and much of the Rockies will be in the scope for protection. If Bigfoot is shown to be real well we can kiss the lumber industry goodbye. A small bird like the snowy plover or spotted owl did it so just think what Bigfoot would do. Under no circumstance would government not close huge tracks of land to preserve their habitat. To let them go without protection is not possible. The majority of americans would demand they be provided protection.