Agree John. A few years ago there was a Sow with a couple of little piglets on one of the Hammocks behind the club. The park found out about them and put some poisoned corn down. Yes, they eradicated them and a deer, who also found the corn. Do you remember hearing about that? The one animal that could and will eat the younger Pythons and they snuffed them out.There are many people that I know that ran and hunted this area, they were all run out, historical camps burned to the ground, "by whom" also there was poisoned hogs found "by whom" well if the hogs were poisoned so were the deer and all the other wildlife that ate the"poison" now lest we forget the python invasion in which "by whom" won't open the area to eradicate them, not to mention the mountain lions they brought in to "help" boost the number of panthers, the panther is known to take prey, and eat it till gone, the mountain lions kill, move on, leave it for dead, now, "by whom" I give you the National Park $ervice, so not eerie at all, it was all planned many years ago that they wanted zero human access to the woods. Very sad.
I challenge folks to find a Nutria, Otter, Possum, Rabbit or other fur bearing animal in the area. The only native critter you will see is the Fox Squirrel, because they can stay out of reach in the trees.