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Turn them In!
Posted by Kusko on Apr 26 2006
If you see people shooting birds and leaving them, turn them in.  If you see people using lead shot, turn them in.  There is no law against walking around and checking out hunters.  Call up your nearest F & W office and have officers out there patrolling.

Out here in the Y/K Delta, there are MANY Fish and Wildlike Enforcement officers on duty during the spring.  The make sure that people are keep their birds and shooting steel.  


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