Can someone, who has elevated himself to the status of Ayyappa, defile the sacred grove where the Lord reigns?

Can someone, who has elevated himself to the status of Ayyappa, defile the sacred grove where the Lord reigns?

Unlike other centres of worship, Sabarimala holds the unique distinction of treating the devotee on par with the deity. Right from the moment, the pilgrims decides to take up the pilgrimage, he is addressed as Ayyappa, or treated as a representative of the Lord. This should bring in a sense of ownership among Ayyappas about the Poonkavanam or Sacred Grove and Pampa, making them morally responsible for ensuring their sanctity and cleanliness. The corrective measure should happen from oneself, as every Ayyappa should keep reminding himself not to pollute the Sacred Grove, to support the delicate Nature, to nurture the attempts to resuscitate life over there.