I don't think that's the way that'll go but you never know. If they do, the sportsmen, league and Ky. grouse hunters will remind them of the studies done in past years. I maybe wrong but I think this guy (commissioner Johnson) is a long time hunter and knows what it takes to have grouse and other species (quail, rabitt, etc) what I see as his biggest hold up is getting his top staff headed in the right direction and at the rate of speed they need to be. If this happens the field people will do a bang up job, IF they have the equipment and man power to work with. Sialia, what year during the study did we have plenty of birds and what is your fillings why we had that number of birds? I was talking with a friend today and he attended an outdoor show (one of the northern states that alot of us hunt) and spoke with that states grouse biologist. They got to talking about Ky. and why we don't have birds, the biologist reply was, THEY DON'T CUT TREES AND WHEN THEY DO, THEY DON'T CUT ENOUGH. That should tell us something. Bee, will you be attending the banquet?