It’s summer and you just added a drone to your collection of gadgets. Hoping to use it as a scout for your next hike or just to take in a different perspective of the wilderness around you. Too bad! Says the U.S. government. A ban order in 59 national parks makes them a no-fly zone covering about 84 million acres.
The reason, noise and nuisance and concern for visitor and wildlife safety. After all, these are operated by you and my, not a highly trained government official. The ban does provide exception for approved scientific research and fighting fires.
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