Yes. There are different types and levels of trespass. Trespassing while on your way to rob a place is different than walking your dog across a random field. He was cited for almost the lowest level of trespass. Its kind of like a speeding ticket where after a few years it doesn't matter, and he didnt lose any hunting privileges or have to give up the deer. More or less was an expensive way to learn that while co-op land is open, you still have to get in touch with the land owner first.So they didn't catch him, but they still fined him? I haven't heard that one before...I know both LEOs and WCOs are very particular with regard to citing for tresspass. I have literally stood between a munucipal police officer and an PAGC Warden showing them trail camera pictures of the neighbor clearling tresspassing on the on the property, in full camo, carrying a long gun during archery only season and niether did anything about it except warn the neighbor. I was a bit miffed about that and that is when I was told the need to catch the tresspasser in order to cite/fine....that's when I decided I was calling 911 from them on when someone is tresspassing. With that said, I know that ciminals can be prosecuted based video and still photos as we had a break-in at our buisness and it was the footage that led to the arrest of the of the criminal. Not sure if it is too much of a hassle or what, but again, I don't think simply adding more to the mix as far as PAGC personnel is concerned would fix that problem. I could be wrong.
Walked the road and pipeline on 119 this AM and the only place with any consistent acorns was along the pipeline at higher elevations. I didn't go in the woods so not sure where in there it will be good.Maybe this has been discussed and I missed it. (I miss the ability to search a thread.) What is everyone seeing for acorns so far? We have none in the oaks around our development and, unfortunately, that usually matches up well with the oaks in the Poconos.
Yup. On the walk in, up until the 4 corners it's mostly 1 type of oak. They're getting hit by something and look bad. After the 4 corners a different kind is mixed in a lot and they're not suffering.Interesting. That is the game lands we spend most of our time on. But I think you and I have talked about that before.