houstonherdfan wrote:joelamosobadiah wrote:Just be careful that they don't declare your backyard some sort of sanctuary for said near-extinct animal and ban human activity.
Man don't think he is kidding. If they find one there and deem that human activity will disturb the ecological balance for that ferrett, the might just do this. I am not kidding. This happened to a portion of a friend of mines parents farm back in the early 80's. I fotgot which bird it was but there was 5 acres of their land that they were not allowed to set foot on during certain times of the year.
I would think that they wouldn't do this because of it being an urban area and also the fact that they have released them back into the wild. If they have done that, then it shouldn't be a problem, but yeah, I have heard of this happening before.