Every so often, we here at Exotic Hikes get great opportunities in the Olympic Peninsula, and when we do, we like to pass them onto our loyal followers. As you may have heard, due to the aggressive behavior of the local mountain goat population, the Olympic National Park has called for select individuals to lead the culling of this invasive species.
(100% True – 2012 Aggressive Goats Close Mount Ellinor Trail: http://exotichikes.com/the-men-who-stare-at-goats-mt-ellinor-trip-report-and-mountain-goat-report/)
Today, we are amazed and excited to announce that we were selected and our now the only local licensed business to operate and lead on mountain goat hunting parties in the Olympic Mountains.
The rules and regulations are a bit challenging, so only serious inquiries please. The permits we have obtained are good through 2014, and all goats must be culled only with hiking and climbing materials as to not disturb the environment with noise pollution. All goats culled must be shown to rangers before they can be taken home or to a taxidermist. Unwanted goats can be donated to local museums of Natural History and schools who have expressed interest in obtaining one.
For more detailed information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject heading “Mountain Goat” for a full package breakdown. Act quickly as number are limited to the first 20 qualified individuals.
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