Hawaiian authorities will hold a lottery to appropriate goats to people in general with an end goal to save a public park.
As per the Honolulu Star-Advertiser, the Department of Land and Natural Resources will hold the lottery trying to part with the creatures that are viewed as an obtrusive species and have overwhelmed the Puʻuhonua o Honaunau National Historical Park.
Authorities are hoping to eliminate no less than 700 goats from the recreation center.
The recreation center, situated on the west shore of Hawaii island, has significant social and recorded importance. As indicated by the recreation center’s site, the Puʻuhonua, thought about a safe space, ensured crushed fighters, just as regular people, during seasons of fight before.
Individuals from the general population can apply for licenses, which will be given through an irregular lottery at the DLNR’s Division of Forestry and Wildlife office on July 28, as indicated by the Star-Advertiser
Lottery winners must have, at minimum, a 16-foot enclosed horse trailer or equivalent to pick up the goats