I actually found these birds while driving, and so did the rest of the county.
Just thought with the season being out, and so many birds interacting in one centralized area, that it would be cool to share a "birds eye view" with people i know would appreciate it.
I strongly agree that they should NOT be used for the taking of game (I.E. finding a buck in a field and or chasing him to you or sneaking over to that area) - very similar to Alaska's law on flying one day and hunting another...
But I do think that these little gadgets will benefit conservation rather than have a negative impact for more reasons than just low-impact scouting.
• Land managers can rely on faster data on their land, or planning future projects or food plots without having to rely on outdated satellite imagery. (I provide these services if anyone wants a fly over)
• Another would be overlooked but I am thinking in deer recovery. I use my dog to find wounded deer for people that need help or even just my own. I have had many experiences where we grid searched, before the dog was around, and wished i could look into the tall grass from above without having to ruin the entire area.
Mind you this isn't perfect but just an idea.