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Bobcats and coyotes are common hazards for hikers in the foothills of the California's Santa Ana Mountains, but visitors to the Chino Hills State Park complain of a much bigger problem — feral cattle, including “intimidating” wild bulls.
The problem has become so bad that officials at the 14,000-acre park are asking cowboys to come and wrangle the rogue bovines.
Being from Northern Ontario I have to chuckle about people being afraid of a few feral cows. Here we get several people a year mauled by bears.
Is it that the people who use these trails are so unused to encountering wildlife that a couple of hundred pounds of walking hamburger is seen as a threat?
but really, why should the cows be made to move at all?