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thornton
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Posted by: @greg-t  ..Its not an uncommon story,  no margin no mission.

Meaning the same thought as evidenced by the NWTF's spreading of their bird about the town like cordwood in order to rake in banquet tables...????

Or, is the U.P. able to support the bird on it's own hook now? At least, with an optimistic view of potential and a bit of luck.

Regardless, the sharp-tail appears worth the increased interest and fills a habitat niche, perhaps.

Good luck to 'em.

It is a shame that more folks are not informed or do not care to drop an opinion....which also, is not an uncommon story re wild critters and their homes.

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Posted : August 6, 2019 11:50 am
Greg T.
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I prefer you to say irregardless. 🙂

I don’t fault industry for not making use of scrub pine.

In this case, (as I helped to build the plant that eats the low value material), I see it as a happy coincidence that Sharptails can benefit from it.

There may be vestigial groups around Camp Grayling to help mix up the genes, and provide birds to spread around the new cutting areas.

 

I think the identification of the coming habitat is a good observation to capitalize on.

 

 

"Chemists make good solutions" 🙂

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Posted : August 6, 2019 1:19 pm
thornton
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Posted by: @greg-t

I prefer you to say irregardless. 🙂......

 

 

I prefer to say irregardless but did not wish to distract, needlessly.

I think new markets can be a good thing....it's all in the particulars and the placement.

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Posted : August 6, 2019 1:28 pm
Greg T.
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 I freely admit to being an optimist.

the central LP is a massive sand dune.  It grows scrub pine.

Arauco found a way to use it for pressed board, and IKEA uses it straight from the tap.

Its a big economic improvement in that area.

The mass tonnage needed is projected to creat mucho habitato.

"Chemists make good solutions" 🙂

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Posted : August 6, 2019 1:42 pm
john mcg
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Posted by: @greg-t

 I freely admit to being an optimist.

the central LP is a massive sand dune.  It grows scrub pine.

Arauco found a way to use it for pressed board, and IKEA uses it straight from the tap.

Its a big economic improvement in that area.

The mass tonnage needed is projected to creat mucho habitato.

This all very good news. I had no idea there were sharptails in that part of the world.

Then why would I. I always associated Ruffed Grouse with the area.

So good to learn new stuff.

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Posted : August 6, 2019 3:39 pm
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