Registered green iguana cullers are starting off week four of the 18-month cull with money in their pockets.
The first paychecks were issued to cullers starting Friday (16 November).
Cull Manager Karl Noble told Cayman 27 that aside from a few hiccups, the cutting and distribution of checks went according to plan.
He said now that the cull has entered its fourth week, he will begin to assess and adjust cullers quotas.
“Some cullers are concerned that maybe they can’t make the numbers that thought they could make, others are on the flip-side, they know they can do a lot more than what they did initially, so it’s now my job to go back to the spreadsheets and to adjust everyone’s quota based on their initial month’s performance,” said Mr. Noble.
Mr. Noble told Cayman 27 the counting station is at its busiest between 3:30 and 5:30 in the afternoons, as many cullers are out hunting from morning time and bring their catch in to end the day.