Why use chemicals to clean up a park when you can use baby goats instead!
In Alabama’s Red Mountain Park, the staff has decided to use a new weapon against clearing the brush to get it ready for springtime: baby goats.
As 50 babies were recently born and transported to the park, they’ve gone to work snacking on the brush to clean up the park.
The park expects to see about 100 baby goats grazing the area in the coming weeks as more are born every day. They work to not only clear the understory, but also act as a cute way to attract tourists to the park.
Also, because the baby goats are doing their job so well, the park no longer uses heavy equipment or herbicides to control the brush issue. Instead, they leave it to their adorable friends, the baby mountain goats.
If you’re in the area of Red Mountain Park, make sure you stop by the visit these cute little guys as they help out the park and hang out in the sun.