Has anyone conclusively proven that this is public land that is OK to shoot on? As one person commented, there's no BLM land listed anywhere near that location.
Sure, others have shot there before but is that a good excuse for you to trespass and shoot up someones private land? Worse yet, wouldn't you hate to be the one guy the finally gets popped by the cops for shooting up someone's land (or worse yet, some part of some non-profits preserve) and therefore responsible for all the damage other yohoo's have caused?
As gun enthusiasts, we have enough problems with bird lovers (i.e.: the dumbass condor).