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Fish and Wildlife Lawbreakers Get Caught

by Forrest Fisher, Columnist | Posted: Tuesday, February 6, 2018 8:15 pm

Just like the Army, Navy, Airforce and Marines are afoot under adverse conditions keeping America safe, our New York State Department of Environmental Conservation Officers (ECOs) are afoot confronting lawbreakers that think it’s OK to take too many fish, shoot deer out of season, kill neighbor dogs and cats because they are in the wrong yard and much more. These offenders are breaking the NYS Conservation Laws, affecting fish and wildlife management and endangering public safety in the outdoors. Lawbreakers get caught thanks to the dedicated good guys of the outdoors, our ECOs.

Forrest Fisher
East Aurora resident and Environmental Conservation Officer Scott Marshall talks with people at the East Aurora Fish & Game Club about safe fun in the outdoors.  Photo by Forrest Fisher

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