The article in the July issue about python hunting was pretty cool, but the numbers remain ugly. The article states there are 30,000 to 150,000 pythons. In the last "Python Challenge" hunters removed 223 pythons. Unfortunately that doesn't help at all when the overall population is considered. Maybe the Python Challenge is good for awareness, but the money would be better spent on other methods. How about micro drones programmed to find and kill?