A mountain goat in Olympic National Park faces off with a photographer in 2008. Park officials have proposed ways to control the population, including moving the mountain goats and/or killing them.
A mountain goat in Olympic National Park faces off with a photographer in 2008. Park officials have proposed ways to control the population, including moving the mountain goats and/or killing them. Diane Urbani de la Paz AP
A mountain goat in Olympic National Park faces off with a photographer in 2008. Park officials have proposed ways to control the population, including moving the mountain goats and/or killing them. Diane Urbani de la Paz AP

How to weigh in on plans to move, kill mountain goats in Olympic National Park

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