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by DMerwitz |
October 17, 2016 21:26 |
Is it illegal?
Sand mining operation surrounded by State Park.
Hi, DMerwitz - so you're hoping to use a trail camera to monitor a sand mining operation? Is the sand mine actually on state park land, or is it just surrounded by it? Thanks!
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Surrounded. They own there land and minerals and dredge lake!
Many trail cams are used for wildlife tracking, with permission from park rangers. I don't know whether leaving one independently is against the law, but certainly it would be legal with permission from the rangers.
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