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This can't be legal at all, has some one contacted the Florida Game Commission and the US Fish and Wildlife Service? There are laws against just this type of thing happening that protect the birds and the habitat. The only way they could do this on an island is if they have a "Permit" issued by the proper government agencies to disturb bird nesting areas and rookeries. I suggest you call the State and Federal agency because they can stop this and hit this club with heavy fines for violating the Federal law which protects "Migratory Bird Act" Jan 23, 2013
The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) removed seven reptiles from an unlicensed man last week. FWC investigators charged Nick Mitchell with unlawful possession of seven venomous reptiles and several other violations related to the care, keeping and labeling of his animals. The animals, including a gila monster, black monocled cobra, rhino viper, dusky pygmy rattlesnake, black neck spitting cobra and two banded cobras, were seized and placed at a local licensed facility.