The No-Go Zone is a designated area, situated in the Southern Tip. It pretty much exclusively consists of grassy fields. It has been off-limits for as long as the average islander can remember. A rare and endangered species of hamster roam these fields and tries its very best to breed. Hamsters also fire off blanks from time to time, which is why they haven't been very successful in getting the job done. The island's wildlife society has ruled that no human interference can take place in the process. The hamsters don't like voyeurs. Reasons for its drastic decline are not yet fully understood. It has been linked to habitat loss due to intensive agricultural practices, the building of roads that fragment populations, climate change, the historical fur trapping, and to pollution. Even light pollution appears to significantly reduce local populations, unless counterbalanced by other factors. So yeah. These hamsters can't handle a whole lot of shit being thrown at them.