I cruised by Salmonberry today and am sadly disappointed by the trash and tree vandalism at the second pit. When I drove in there was someone there using this spot I kept going to my spot but upon return the second pit was not being used but what an eyesore of trash 2 targets left behind. I carry a trash bag now so I decided to stop and clean the place up but when I pulled in I noticed one of the targets was placed on a live tree and another tree was shot up enough to lean over. Both are dead now and both will eventually fall. side note, roughly a year ago another tree was shot up then I think it was about Feb this year I drove by some good folk were clearing that tree out to prevent it from falling or maybe it fell... I think its the stump now center of the berm. How many more trees have to be shot down illegally and give us all a bad name? here is the before picture. One target nailed to tree, both left behind. Apparently they also brought a case of bottled water and shot those... and left them. I found one bottle with a bullet hole partially full of water seal unbroken, so they must have been using them full for a reactive effect.... but they just left them. Still illegal either way. All the other trash is a mix of cans (illegal), plastic (illegal) and glass bottles (illegal) and clay pigeons. I collected 8 unused clays, thats a lot for such a small short range shooting spot! I didn’t have time to pick up all the fresh spent casings. Folks, if this is you... its a privilege to shoot on public lands and this is exactly what gets that privilege taken away. Its illegal to shoot trees. this is what it looks like after: here are some close ups of the shot up trees.