|Python hunting season ending with zero kills|
BRIAN SKOLOFF, AP
1:41 p.m. EDT, April 16, 2010
|WEST PALM BEACH — Florida's first python hunting season ends Saturday with no reptiles being reported captured and killed, wildlife officials said Friday.|
The season opened March 8 for anyone with a hunting license who paid a $26 permit fee to hunt down the nonnative reptiles on state-managed lands around the Everglades in South Florida.
In addition to Burmese pythons, hunters also were allowed to kill Indian and African rock pythons, and green anacondas and Nile monitor lizards...
Hardin said nine out of 10 pythons that scientists had been tracking with radio collars in Everglades National Park apparently died from the weather.
Friday, April 16, 2010
Is it possible to find a more tragic hunting story than this? No pythons killed during python hunting season this year. DANG!
I would just like to know one thing: how do you put a radio collar on a python?