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It seems to me that if they are going to close public access where the trail crosses between the research and public areas, that closure would allow them to keep the trail open after hours. What am I missing here?

I think they need to close the trail now for the same reason as before; and that seems to be for the movement of animals between the two parts, which they do after hours.

I guess that makes some sense. Thanks.

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