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Large Bull, Cow and Calf Moose Poached in the Buchanan Area

On September 27th, 2017, Preeceville Conservation Officers received information from a concerned citizen in the Buchanan district that several moose had been unlawfully shot two miles west and one mile south of Buchanan, SK. Officers investigated the area and found the kill site where three moose (a large bull, cow and calf) had been shot in a standing wheat field. The meat from the cow moose was taken with the hide and the front and hind quarters were removed from the bull moose, leaving the head, neck, entire rib cage and loins. The calf moose was shot and left to waste. Some evidence was collected at the scene. It is believed that the violation occurred around 7AM on September 26th, 2017.

Two Elk Shot On Private Land Near Peerless

On July 26th, 2017, Pierceland Conservation Officers responded to a call regarding two elk that were shot on private land. The elk were shot in a standing canola crop on land location SE 18-61-22-W3, approximately 10 miles south and 4 miles west of Peerless, Saskatchewan. Conservation Officers collected evidence at the scene and believe the offence took place between 11pm on July 25th and 5am on July 26th.

White-Tailed Buck Shot and Left to Die Near Pierceland

On the morning of Sunday, September 17th, 2017, Pierceland Conservation Officers received a call regarding a White-tailed buck, which had been shot and left in a field half a mile south of Northern Pine intersection, which is 10 miles north of Pierceland on Highway 21. Officers attended the area and found that the suspect had driven through a standing oats crop to access the deer, which was still alive. The poacher left the injured deer with an inevitably fatal gunshot wound to the back of the neck. If anyone has any information regarding this case, or had observed any suspicious activity or vehicles near the location the morning of September 17th, please call the Turn In Poachers Line 1-800-667-7561 or #5555 from a Sasktel cellphone. You can also report online at saskatchewan.ca/tip.

White-tailed Buck and Mule Deer Poached in Moose Mountain Provincial Park

On Friday, August 25th, 2017, Moose Mountain Conservation Officers were made aware of two dead deer in the back country of Moose Mountain Provincial Park. Officers investigated the scene and located a White-tailed Deer Buck and a Mule Deer Buck along Stephenson Trail. None of the meat was harvested from the Mule Deer and it was left to spoil. Evidence at the scene suggests that the deer were shot in a different location and moved into the park to be field-dressed. Officers are looking for public assistance in locating the area the deer were originally shot, likely the evening of August 24th or early Friday morning of August 25th. A white truck with Manitoba license plates was seen in the area. Did you see or hear any suspicious activity, person(s) or vehicles in the area at this time?

Two Moose Poached on Private Land in the Prongua Area

North Battleford Conservation Officers received 2 separate calls regarding moose poaching on private land in the Prongua district between the dates of Sunday, August 20th and Wednesday, August 23rd, 2017. Investigating officers found in both incidents that the poachers had shot these moose, then drove into the standing crop to retrieve the moose. They had transported them to locations nearby and field dressed each. The first case involved a bull moose, which was killed 8km northwest of Prongua. The second involved a cow moose, which was shot 2.5km west of Prongua. Do you know who is responsible for these wildlife crimes or see any suspicious activity in the area?

Elk Shot and Left Near Barthel

On Thursday, August 17th, 2017, Loon Lake Conservation Officers received a TIP call about a bull elk that had been shot and left to waste in a canola field north of the town of Barthel, Saskatchewan. The land location is NW-26-57-21-W3. Conservation Officers investigated and believe the elk was shot sometime between August 10th and 17th. There were no hunting seasons on during that time.

Crop Damage Near Runnymede

During the first week of July 2017, a vehicle entered a field of standing canola, 2 miles north and half a mile east of Runnymede, Saskatchewan. The vehicle drove into the field, up to a bush line, turned around and exited on the same track. The area is known to hold populations of elk, deer and moose, although it is unknown if the subject(s) were successful in harvesting an animal. It is believed this crop damage was related to some out-of-season hunting activity.

Antelope Doe Shot and Fawn Orphaned Near Saskatchewan Landing Provincial Park

On July 5th, 2017, Swift Current Conservation Officers received a call from the public regarding a dead antelope doe and its live fawn, which had been found two miles south and two miles east of Saskatchewan Landing Provincial Park. Conservation Officers attended the scene and located the dead doe and the live fawn approximately 70 meters off a grid road in an open field. Officers determined that the doe had been shot several days prior. There were no hunting seasons open for Antelope during this time. If you heard gun shots or saw any suspicious vehicles or activity in this area call the toll-free TIP line.

Illegal Dumping Between Tuxford and Buffalo Pound Lake

On Tuesday, July 4th, 2017, Conservation Officers received a TIP call regarding garbage that had been dumped on a dirt road between Tuxford and Buffalo Pound Lake, Saskatchewan. This road is located one mile south of the resort village of Sun Valley and South Lake. It appears the garbage is from recent renovations. Items include shingles, siding, cement, a screen door, carpet and other household items. Do you know who might be responsible for the illegal dumping of this material?

White-Tailed Deer Fawn Shot and Left Near Shaunavon

On Sunday, June 25th, 2017, Shaunavon Conservation Officers received information regarding a shot and left white-tailed deer fawn, approximately 5kms east of Shaunavon and north of Highway 722 (also known as little six). The fawn was shot between the dates of June 23rd and 25th, and was located in some grass near the railroad tracks. There was no hunting season for white-tailed deer when this occurred. Officers located tire tracks from a vehicle that could possibly be involved.

Bald Eagle Poached in McLurg Lake Area

On Tuesday, May 23rd, 2017, Creighton Conservation Officers received a TIP call that a mature bald eagle had been poached. Investigating officers located the dead bald eagle lying in the bush at the McLurg Lake boat launch located off Highway 135, approximately 17km south of Pelican Narrows. The bald eagle's legs and talons were taken, as well as the tail and wing feathers removed. Bald eagles are a protected species. If you know who is responsible for this crime, or if you know anyone who may be in possession of, or trying to trade or sell bald eagle feathers or parts, please contact the TIP line.

Multiple Arson Fires Near Green Lake

Conservation Officers are investigating arson forest fires along Highway 155 north of Green Lake, Saskatchewan. On Saturday, May 6, 2017, one fire was reported at about 8 pm and on Wednesday, May 10, 2017, three fires were started between 2 and 3 pm. These arson fires were all ignited between 20 and 35 kilometers north of Green Lake. The fires were about 1 - 2 acres (0.4 - 0.8 ha) in size. If you know who is responsible or saw any suspicious activity while travelling this area please call the toll-free Turn In Poachers Line. This is a very dangerous and serious crime.

Bear Carcass Left to Waste in the Loon Lake Area

On Wednesday, May 3rd, 2017, Loon Lake Conservation Officers were notified about a bear that had been left to waste in a tree, approximately 2.5 miles north of Highway 3 on the Frenchman Butte Road (RR 3252). While there is currently an open bear season, this bear did not appear to be tagged. A chainsaw was used to cut down the tree after the fact in order to remove the head and paws of the bear. If you have any information about who may be responsible or if you observed any suspicious activity or vehicles near the location please call the Turn In Poachers Line.

Moose Left to Waste Near Alvena

On the afternoon of April 24, 2017, a cow moose and her unborn calf were shot and left to waste on private land, approximately 6 miles southeast of Alvena along Pitt Road. Only the hind quarters and the fleshy part of the nose were taken off the cow moose. The calf was cut out of the cow and did not survive. Officers determined a vehicle had been stuck in the same field, while landowners stated that two males, described as in their late 30's and First Nations in appearance, were approaching farmers the same afternoon asking for assistance to have their vehicle removed from a nearby field.

Ice Shack Abandoned on Thomson Lake

On April 10, 2017 Assiniboia Conservation Officers on patrol located an abandoned ice fishing shack on the shore of Gaumond Bay at the north end of Thomson Lake, which is about 13kms north of Lafleche, SK. The shack is falling apart and causing litter such as insulation, poly plastic and other various contruction materials to be blown onto the nearby farmer's field and into Thomson Lake. Do you know whose ice fishing shack this is? Did you see any vehicles or individuals at this ice shack on Thomson Lake this winter?

Ice Shack Burnt and Abandoned on Buffalo Pound Lake

On the evening of Wednesday, March 15th, 2017, at approximately 9pm, Moose Jaw Conservation Officers received a call to the TIP line about an ice shack that was on fire at the North Grove boat launch on Buffalo Pound Lake. The caller reported that they were unable to find a name posted on the ice shack while it was on fire. After the fire was out, local cottage owners moved the burnt abandoned shack to shore. This was the last day that ice shacks had to be removed from the lake. Conservation Officers are looking for information on who the owner of the shack is.

Illegal Dumping in Lloydminster

On February 14, 2017, at about 12:15pm a member of the public noticed some oil had been dumped into a storm drain. The area of the oil dump is at the end of 67 Street, east of 40th Ave. The Wastewater Treatment Plant and Lloydminster Motocross track are adjacent to the area. Lloydminster city employees estimated 2 cubic meters of heavy crude oil was dumped into the grass and rock at the top of the storm channel, which then flowed into the storm channel before the concrete piping. Conservation Officers are investigating this incident and need your help. Did you see any suspicious tanker trucks parked in the area or do you know who committed this illegal activity?

Snares Illegally Set Near Paddockwood

On January 12th, 2017, Christopher Lake Conservation Officers received a TIP call about a dog caught around the neck in a free-hanging neck snare. The owner was able to remove the dog from the snare without harm. The snare was located less than 300 meters from the owner's residence, which is 4 miles west of Paddockwood, SK. The snare was set on a barbed wire fence along a game trail on the owner's property without permission. Additional snares have since been located. Free-hanging neck snares require a permit from the Ministry of Environment, permission from the landowner and all landowners within a one mile radius must be notified prior to setting.

Moose Shot Within 500m of Residence Near Pierceland

On February 3rd, 2017, Pierceland Conservation Officers responded to a call regarding a moose that was shot within 500 meters of a residence, 10.5 miles north of Pierceland. The moose was shot in the ditch beside SE 13-63-25-W3rd. Conservation Officers collected evidence at the scene and believe the offence took place between 10am and 11am. If anyone has any information regarding this case, or had observed any suspicious activity or vehicles near the location on these dates please call the Turn In Poachers line.

Walleye Left to Waste on Churchill Lake

On Friday, January 20th, 2017, Buffalo Narrows Conservation Officers observed a pile of whole walleye that were dumped and left to waste on Churchill Lake. The walleye were dumped approximately one (1) mile from the village of Buffalo Narrows. There were twenty two (22) walleye which had been caught in a net. There was no commercial fishing season open on Churchill Lake at the time of the violation. Do you know the person(s) responsible for this Fisheries violation or did you see suspicious activity or vehicles/snowmobiles in the area?

Coyote Chased, Run Over by Snowmobiles and Left for Dead Near Bienfait

On January 16, 2017, Estevan Conservation Officers received a call that 3 dark-coloured snowmobiles had chased and run over a coyote, approximately 5 miles northeast of Beinfait, SK. The incident occurred around 12:30pm. After running over the coyote, the snowmobiles stopped for a few minutes at the site and then continued northwest. Conservation Officers attended the scene and located the coyote that had been run over. It was still alive and suffering, so it had to be put down. Officers followed the snowmobile tracks to Highway 605 between Beinfait and Lampmen. Do you know the persons responsible or have information about this wildlife crime? Your help is needed.

Cow and Calf Moose Shot Unlawfully in the Eagle Creek Area

Saskatoon Conservation Officers are investigating a file that occurred the weekend of January 14th, 2017. A cow and calf moose were unlawfully harvested on private land at Eagle Creek along the Struan Grid. The 2 moose were shot just south of the Ed and May Scissons Environmental Centre. Conservation Officers need your help locating the suspects. Tire tracks left at the scene belong to a large, aggressive tire (possibly an imported brand of tire) similar to the one in the picture shown. These tires are typically found on a lifted truck.

* * * SOLVED * * * Moose Shot and Left to Waste Near St. Brieux

Melfort Conservation Officers received a call on the morning of Saturday, January 7, 2017, that a bull moose had been shot and left to waste approximately 4km north of St. Brieux, in a field on the west side of Highway 368. Officers investigated and believe the moose was shot the night of Friday, January 6th or early morning on Saturday, January 7th. Officers collected evidence at the scene.

Moose Shot and Left to Waste Near Makwa

On Friday, November 25, 2016 Loon Lake Conservation Officers received a call of a moose that had been shot and left to waste, on the land location of SE 28-57-20-W3rd, located 4 miles south of the town of Makwa. Conservation Officers investigated and found a bull moose which had been shot a few days prior. This is the fourth moose to be shot and left to waste near Makwa this hunting season. If anyone has any information regarding this case or had observed any suspicious activity or vehicles prior to November 25 near the scene, please call the 24 hour Turn In Poachers line.

White-Tailed Buck Shot and Left to Waste Near Peerless

On Monday, November 21, 2016 Pierceland Conservation Officers found a White-tailed buck that have been shot and left to waste on posted land, the land location is NW23-61-22-W3rd, located 4 miles south and 1 mile east of Peerless. The deer had been shot with a high caliber rifle between the evening of Saturday, November 19th and the morning of November 20th. If anyone has any information regarding this case, or had observed any suspicious activity or vehicles near the location on these dates please contact the Turn In Poachers line.

Two Mule Deer Dumped in a Creek Near Archerwill

On November 10, 2016 Melfort Conservation Officers received information that two mule deer were dumped and left to waste in a creek located approximately 11kms west of Archerwill, Saskatchewan on Highway 35. If appeared that the deer were thrown over the bridge railing into an unnamed creek, flowing into George Williams Lake (Echo). Some evidence was collected at the scene, but officers are asking for the support of the public to solve this case. Did you hear of, see anyone or witness any vehicles that were involved with this waste of wildlife? Any information is welcome.

White-Tailed Buck Shot and Left to Waste Near Wawota

On the 24th of November, 2016, Moose Mountain Provincial Park Conservation Officers received a TIP call regarding a shot and left White-tailed deer buck along Range road 1335, north of the town of Wawota. Officers investigated and found an 8-point white-tail buck that was shot through the neck and left next to a fence line, possibly dragged a short distance behind some willow bushes to obscure it from the road. The deer is believed to have been shot Wednesday, November 23rd to early Thursday, November 24th, 2016. All the meat was left to waste and could not be salvaged. Anyone who has information or observed any suspicious activity or vehicles near the location please contact the toll free Turn In Poachers line.

Deer Shot Within 500m of 3 Occupied Residences at Hudson Bay

On Sunday, November 20th, 2016 Hudson Bay Conservation Officers were called to the scene where a white-tailed deer had been shot within 500m of 3 occupied residences, 1 kilometer north on highway 9 and approximately 100 meters west across the CN railroad tracks within the town limits of Hudson Bay, Saskatchewan. Conservation Officers investigated and found a gut pile along with drag marks to where the deer had been loaded between the hours of 12:00pm and 2:00pm on November 20th. A red Chevrolet pickup truck was observed at the scene. If anyone has any information regarding this case or observed any suspicious activity or vehicles near the location on these dates please contact the toll free Turn In Poachers line.

White-Tailed Deer Left to Waste Near Pierceland

On Tuesday, November 8, 2016 Pierceland Conservation Officers received a TIP call regarding a headless white-tailed deer at land location NE20-61-23-W3rd, located 25km east of Pierceland on Highway 55 and 4.5km south on RR 3234. Conservation Officers investigated and found a headless white-tailed deer and collected evidence at the scene. If you have any information regarding this incident or observed any suspicious activity or vehicles near the location during the late afternoon/evening of Monday, November 7 until the morning of Tuesday, November 8th please contact the toll free Turn In Poachers line 1-800-667-7561, #5555 from a Sasktel cellphone or report online at saskatchewan.ca/tip.

Illegal Dumping in the Torch River Provincial Forest

On November 8, 2016 Nipawin Conservation Officers were patrolling approximately 6.5 miles north of White Fox and about 1.5 miles west in the Torch River Provincial Forest. Officers located a large amount of household and yard waste in the middle of the forest possibly dumped by a dual wheeled truck. Conservation Officers collected some evidence at the site but are seeking public assistance in this matter. Do you know of anyone who was removing a shed or material from a property? Or did you see any vehicles and trailers in the area?

Bull Moose Shot and Left to Waste Near Shell Lake

On Saturday, October 15, 2016 at about 9:30am Prince Albert Conservation Officers received TIP calls about a bull moose that had been shot and left on private land adjacent to the Emerald Lake road. Officers investigated the scene on the west side of the road, 3 miles south on the Emerald Lake road and 7 miles east of Shell Lake. A large bull moose had been shot and left to waste sometime in the late hours of Friday, October 14 or the early morning hours of October 15, 2016. Do you know who is responsible for this wildlife crime or did you see any suspicious vehicles or activity in the area?

Moose Shot and Left to Waste Near Makwa

On Tuesday, October 18, 2016 Loon Lake Conservation Officers received a call of a moose that had been shot and left to waste on the land location of SE 6-58-20-W3, located near the town of Makwa, Saskatchewan. Conservation Officers investigated and found a cow moose, which had been shot the night of October 17th or the morning of October 18th. If anyone has any information regarding this case, or if you have observed any suspicious activity or vehicle(s) near the area around these times, please call the toll free Turn In Poachers line 1-800-667-7561 or #5555 from Sasktel cellphone.

Cow and Calf Moose Partially Left to Waste Near Makwa

On Thursday, October 20, 2016 Loon Lake Conservation Officers received a call of a cow and calf moose that had been shot and partially left to waste, on the land location of NW 22-58-20-W3, located 2 miles north of the town of Makwa, Saskatchewan. Conservation Officers investigated and found a cow moose, which had been skinned and dragged approximately half a mile, and a calf that was also skinned and dragged 4 miles from the original kill site. If anyone has any information regarding this case, or if you have observed any suspicious activity or vehicle(s) near the location from approximately the evening of Wednesday, October 19th to the morning of Thursday, October 20th, please contact the toll free Turn In Poachers line at 1-800-667-7561 (Sasktel cell #5555)

* * * SOLVED * * * Moose Shot from Vehicle Near Tippo River

Pinehouse Conservation Officers are seeking information about a cow moose that was shot on October 16th, 2016 at approximately 6:15pm near the Tippo River. The moose was shot in the freshly logged area on the east side of Highway 165. A witness on-scene observed an unknown male fire three shots while standing in the box of a white GMC or Chevy pickup truck. The year of the vehicle was estimated to be between 2002 - 2010. Due to fresh snow in the area the vehicle licence plate was not visible. At the time of the incident, the vehicle was parked directly on Highway 165. The driver of the vehicle was described as female between 20 and 30 years of age. Officers collected some evidence at the scene but need your help to solve this case.

Excessive Waste of Migratory Birds Near Blaine Lake

On September 15th, 2016 Saskatoon Conservation Officers received a TIP call regarding a large number of migratory birds that had been wasted and dumped in a field about 2 miles northeast of the town of Blaine Lake. Officers located 240 birds at that location that had no meat salvaged. There were 135 whole ducks, 43 whole Canada Geese and 61 Snow/Ross geese. Only 3 Snow/Ross geese had the breast meat taken.

5 Moose Shot on Private Land and Out of Season Near Pierceland

On Friday, October 7th, 2016 Pierceland Conservation Officers received a call of multiple moose that had been shot on private land and out of season. The land location is NE-15-61-25-W3, located 10 miles south of Pierceland on Highway 21. Conservation Officers investigated and found 5 moose gut piles. It is believed the offences took place between the morning of October 5th and morning of October 7th. Information received was that a newer grey Ford F150 was seen in the area.

Moose Left to Waste in the Stewart Lake Road Corridor

On Wednesday the 14th of September 2016 Conservation Officers on patrol located the remains of a moose carcass that had been shot in the Stewart Lake Road Corridor. The kill site was at approximately kilometer 6 on the Stewart Lake Road. Not all of the meat from the animal was taken. The animal was shot earlier that day or the day before. Evidence was collected at the scene including a newer, driver side GMC mud flap.

Young Bull Moose Carcass Left to Waste in Netherhill Area

On Thursday, September 9, 2016 Kindersley Conservation Officers received information that a moose had been found dead in a standing grain field 1 1/2 miles south of the cemetery near Netherhill, Saskatchewan. Officers attended the scene and determined that a young bull moose had been shot that summer. The carcass was then left to waste.

Waste of Bull Elk Near Spruce Lake

On the night of Friday September 16, 2016 or early morning of Saturday September 17, 2016 a Bull Elk was reported dead at the land location SE 12-55-21-West of 3rd (approximately 8 kilometers north of Spruce Lake and 3 kilometers west). Further investigation revealed that the bull was left in the field to waste with only the easily accessible meat removed. Ministry of Environment's K9 unit was called in and was able to recover evidence at the scene.

Two Moose Shot and Left Near Mayfair

On Thursday April 7 2016, Conservation Officers from Spiritwood were called to a report of two calf moose shot and killed east of Mayfair, SK. At 8:30pm investigating officers found two dead moose shot in a stubble field 8 miles east and 1.5 miles north of Mayfair. It is believed the moose would have been shot within the past couple of hours. Evidence was collected at the location. A suspect vehicle was seen in the area and fled to the east. This vehicle did not have tails lights, but did have brake lights.

Calf Moose Left to Waste Near Kenosee Lake

On February 19, 2016 officers were made aware of a dead moose within Kenosee Lake. Upon investigation, a calf moose was found to have been shot with an arrow and succumbed to its injuries. This likely occurred between the morning of February 12th and the evening of February 14th. Officers recovered some evidence at the scene.

Illegal Dam On Turtle Creek

On February 12, 2016 officers from the Loon Lake field office received an anonymous email TIP regarding a dam that had been built across Turtle Creek near the boat launch. The dam was built under the east side of the bridge to the cabin area, thus holding up water and not allowing fish to access valuable spawning areas in Turtle River.

Moose Shot Within 500m of Residence Near Beacon Hill

Pierceland Conservation Officers are investigating a cow moose shot on private land and within 500m of a residence, 12 miles east of Beacon Hill off highway 55 (NE10-62-23). The moose was shot on the evening of Wednesday, February 3rd, 2016 between 4:00pm and 6:00pm and loaded on a vehicle later that night or early morning on February 4th. If anyone has any information regarding this case, or had observed any suspicious activity or vehicles near the location from the evening of February 3rd to the morning of February 4th please call the Turn In Poachers Line 1-800-667-7561.

* * * SOLVED * * * Northern Pike Left to Waste on Pinehouse Lake

On February 1, 2016 Conservation Officers found 59 Northern Pike left to waste on the south end of Pinehouse Lake in an area locally known as "Spiggs". It is believed that these fish were left on and between the dates of January 23, 2016 and January 29, 2016. Do you know the person or persons responsible for this violation?

Bull Elk Left to Waste Near Gronlid

On Thursday, December 10, 2015 at approximately 11:15am Conservation Officers investigated a bull elk carcass that was lying in a field adjacent to a farm access road. The bull elk carcass was approximately 300 metres west of a farm access road on the NE quarter of section 24, Township 48, Range 18, West of the 2nd Meridian, approximately 3.5 miles North and 1 mile West of Gronlid, Saskatchewan. The elk had a large set of 6X6 point antlers and had been shot with a large caliber centrefire rifle and believed sometime during the early morning.

Snowy Owl Shot and Killed Near Saskatoon

Saskatoon Conservation Officers received a dead Snowy owl that had been shot sometime around January 1, 2016 on Tamke Road approximately 3 - 4 miles east of Highway #11 south of Saskatoon. The owl was shot with a rifle. Owls are protected in the province and there is no season for them.

* * * SOLVED * * * Herd of Elk Shot at, Multiple Killed But Only One Field Dressed Near Kipling

On Saturday, December 12th at approximately 8:00am a group of hunters shot a herd of elk, killing two and wounding another. This occurred south east of Kipling along the #711 grid, four miles east of the #605 junction. A cow elk was field dressed and taken while a spike bull was left to waste. Officers also had to euthanize a calf that was left injured and were able to salvage the meat. An older blue pickup and an off-white (maybe tan) pickup were seen in the area at the time of the incident. Information points to a group from Regina or surrounding area (Indian Head, Balgonie, Ft. Qu'Appelle, or Lumsden). Officers collected evidence at the scene.

White-Tailed Buck Left to Waste Near Frenchman Butte

On the evening of Monday, December 14, 2015, Conservation Officers received a call to the Turn In Poacher line regarding a dead white-tailed buck approximately 10 kilometers north of Frenchman Butte (NE-8-54-25-W3). The investigation determined the buck was shot and left to waste with no effort to retrieve the animal. There was no deer season on at the time. The buck was shot sometime during the late afternoon/evening of Sunday, December 13th to the morning of Tuesday, December 14th.

Mule Deer Shot During Closed Season on PFRA Pasture

On November 29th Shaunavon Conservation Officers received information that a mule deer buck had been shot and the head and legs removed. The location is 12 miles South and 4 miles west of Cadillac in the Auvergne/Wise Creek PFRA pasture near Frenchville. A vehicle spent some time driving in the pasture and shot a mule deer buck. The mule deer cape, head and antlers, front legs and hind quarters were taken and the rest of the deer was left to waste. There was no either sex mule deer season on at this time. The vehicle was driving in a pasture where vehicles are restricted to roads and trails only, as well as in other fields in the same area. Some evidence was collected at the scene.

Mule Buck Shot and Left South of Yellow Creek

Conservation Officers from the Melfort Field area received 2 calls on the morning of November 28, 2015 that a Mule deer buck was shot and left to waste South of Yellow Creek. Upon further investigation Officers were able to determine that the deer was shot sometime the night of Friday the 27th to early morning of Saturday the 28th. Some evidence was collected at the scene.

Mule Deer Buck Left to Waste Near Leader

On Wednesday, November 25, 2015 a mature mule deer buck was shot and left to waste. The deer was shot north west of Leader, Saskatchewan on the ranch commonly known as the 96 Ranch. After shooting the buck a vehicle drove up to it and then left. The buck was located on top of the river hills about 1 mile north west of the Ranch Headquarters. There was no Mule deer season on at the time.

White-Tail Buck Left to Waste Near Pierceland

On Monday, November 23, 2015 Pierceland Conservation Oficers received a call of a white-tailed buck reported dead at the land location NE4-62-26-W3, 1.5 miles west of Pierceland. Conservation Officers investigated and found that the untagged deer was shot on the evening of Sunday, November 22nd to the morning of November 23rd and left to waste.

White-Tail Deer With Only Head Removed Near Glentworth

On November 8, 2015 Assiniboia Conservation Officers received a TIP call about a white-tailed deer that had been shot November 7 in the afternoon/evening. There was no white-tailed deer hunting season open and the land was posted no hunting. Only the head was cut off and the rest of the animal was left to waste. This occurred south of Fir Mountain near the town of Glentworth.

* * * SOLVED * * * Waste of Game Near La Ronge

On October 18, 2015 Conservation Officers received a TIP call resulting in the investigation of the waste of edible game. The hind quarters of two elk had been dumped and left to waste near the resort community of Napatak, south of La Ronge, SK. Officers investigated the scene and some evidence was collected. Do you know who is responsible for this wildlife crime or have some information that may help officers conclude this file?

Moose Shot and Left to Waste Near Leader

On about October 8, 2015 a cow moose was shot and left to waste in Wildlife Management Zone 14 W. The moose was located 6 miles north of Leader, Saskatchewan and 2 miles east on the north shore of the South Saskatchewan River.

Bull Moose Left to Waste Near Cabri

Leader Conservation Officers are investigating a call that came in on October 15, 2015 regarding a bull moose that was shot and left to waste in Wildlife Management Zone 10. The moose was located 8 miles south of Cabri, Saskatchewan and 4 miles west.

Geese and Cranes Left to Waste Near Leader

In October 2015 Conservation Officers in Leader, Saskatchewan have located numerous sites where white-fronted geese and Sandhill Cranes have been dumped with no attempt to salvage any meat off the birds, and left to waste and rot. At one site the Geese and Cranes were found in the ditch, near the ball diamonds on the west side of the town of Leader. Another site was one mile east of Leader at an old farm yard site. Do you know who is responsible for this waste of game?

Bull Elk Left to Waste on Fish & Wildlife Development Land

Conservation Officers received a TIP call that a bull elk had been shot and left on Fish & Wildlife Development land north of Rocanville, SK. This incident occurred either the night of September 4th or early morning hours of September 5th, 2015. Officers investigated the scene and some evidence was collected. Truck and trailer tracks were located in the area. Do you know who is responsible for this wildlife crime or have any information that may help officers conclude the file?

Moose Killed and Left to Waste Near Biggar

North Battleford Conservation Officers received a tip call on August 22, 2015 that 2 bull moose and 1 cow moose were shot on private land in the Lizard Lake area, which is approximately 30 kilometers north of Biggar or 50 kilometers southeast of North Battleford. The moose were shot between the dates of August 13 and August 20th. The moose were shot in the field and then dragged to an approach where only the front and hind quarters were removed, leaving the rest to waste.

Arson Near Hall Lake

Conservation Officers are investigating a forest fire that was reported at approximately 12:46pm on July 4, 2015. Four fires were intentionally started along a trail between the west side of the community of Hall Lake and highway 165 W. The threat from the fires and smoke resulted in the evacuation of the community of Hall Lake. The public's help is needed to solve this case.

Deer Shot and Killed Near Campers South of Big Shell Lake

On July 2, 2015 Spiritwood Conservation Officers received a call that this morning at 7:10am, that 3 occupants in a black Ford extended cab halfton truck - with a quad in back - the first 3 characters of the licence plate are 874, killed a deer at SW 35-48-9 W3 south of Big Shell Lake. The deer was shot and killed 95 meters away from occupied campers. Red dot on the map marks the area of the kill site. Some evidence was collected near and at the scene. Do you know who is responsible or have you seen the suspect truck?

Moose Shot and Left to Waste Near Simmie

On the morning of Thursday, June 18, 2015 a call was received at the Shaunavon field office that a bull moose was found dead in an abandoned farmyard 5 miles south of Simmie, SK. Conservation Officers investigating located the bull moose and a cow moose in the same area. The 2 moose were shot from the road on the evening of June 17th or the early morning hours of June 18th. There was no attempt to retrieve the animals and they were left to rot and waste. Some evidence was located at the scene.

Arson North of Garson Lake

Conservation Officers are investigating a forest fire that was reported at approximately 7:30pm on May 19, 2015. The fire was lit along Highway 956 south of the Black Point junction and north of Garson Lake between the times of 5:00pm and 7:30pm.

Moose Shot and Left to Waste Near Bruno

On April 23, 2015, Humboldt Conservation Officers received a complaint about a moose that had been shot and left to waste, approximately 7 miles northeast of Bruno, SK. Some evidence was collected at the scene.

Camper Trailer Dumped Unlawfully Near Humboldt

On April 6, 2015, Humboldt Conservation Officers received a complaint about pieces of an old camper trailer which had been unlawfully dumped onto a back road, just west of the Humboldt landfill.

Litter and Animal Remains Left Near Carievale

On or around March 14, 2015 a moose carcass and litter was abandoned 2 miles south of Carievale, Saskatchewan. A Conservation Officer investigated the scene and found hides and parts belonging to an untagged moose, an untagged deer, and a turkey. Household garbage such as a tarp, paint rollers, and brushes were also abandoned with the animal carcasses.

Moose Shot and Left to Waste Near Loon Lake

At 11:18am March 27, 2015 Loon Lake Conservation Officers received a call that a moose had been shot and left to waste southeast of Loon Lake, 5.5km east off Highway 26 on the Sweetrocket grid road on NE 22-21-56-W3. Officers attended the scene and believe the animal was shot on the evening March 26 or early morning of March 27, 2015. Some evicence was located at the scene but Conservation Officers are requesting the public's assistance.

Moose Shot New Year's Eve on Private Land and Removed With Tractor

On January 1, 2015 Regina Conservation Officers received a TIP call that a moose had been shot on private land near Avonlea, SK. The area was clearly posted no trespassing or hunting. A tractor was used to remove the moose from the site and possibly loaded onto a truck. There were no seasons for moose on at the time. Did you see a tractor and or a truck on New Year's Eve or the early morning hours of New Year's Day in this area?

Two Moose Shot and Left Near Mayfair

On October 25, 2014, Spiritwood Conservation Officers received a call that two moose (a cow and a bull) had been shot and left on private land location SE2-46-11W3, 5 miles east and 4 miles south of Mayfair, SK. There were two shooters using a white 1997 GMC 1500 half ton with the driver's back side window missing and a "Wrangler" decal on the back window. Expired Saskatchewan license plate 755JBN was on the truck at the time. Some evidence was collected at the scene. Do you know where this truck is?

Cow Moose Shot Leaving 2 Calf Moose Orphaned near Silton

On December 10, 2014 at approximately 12:45pm Rowan's Ravine Conservation Officers received a call of a wounded cow moose on land posted no hunting (NW 6-23-21-W2) approximately 8 miles north of Silton. The cow moose had been shot through the front legs and had to be euthanized, leaving two calf moose behind. There was no moose season open at the time but it was the 1st day of the late draw elk season.

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Rowan's Ravine Conservation Officers received information that on November 20, 2014 that about 5:20pm individual(s) had shot and left a white-tailed doe approximately 5 miles West (near SE 21-25-26-W2) of Liberty, SK. The individual(s) stopped on the road, shot the deer and drove off leaving it to waste. The truck is approximately a 2008 light grey or silver Dodge pickup, diesel, chrome step bars, 3/4 or 1 ton truck, with a noticeable suspension lift. The driver wearing an orange jacket, described as a heavy set caucasian male about 30 years old.

Two Bull Moose Left to Waste Near Rowan's Ravine Provincial Park

On October 12, 2014 Conservation Officers received a report of two dead young bull moose found on land location SE 21-24-23 W2nd (approximately 5 miles north of Rowan's Ravine Provincial Park). They were located along a small bluff of trees in standing crop. Both moose had been shot and left to waste. The moose were killed a few days prior. There was a draw moose season on in the area at the time. Some evidence was collected at the scene.

Two Moose Left to Waste Near Serath

On December 29, 2014 Conservation Officers received information of two moose that were illegally shot and killed approximately 10km west of Serath (25km SW of Raymore) around December 22, 2014. One moose had its 4 quarters removed without being skinned prior. The rest of the animal was left to waste. The second moose had its head removed and the meat was left to waste. An early to mid-90's Ford half ton extended cab was observed heading north on Highway 6 near Serath.

Cow and Two Calf Moose Shot and Left to Waste Near Gooseberry Lake

On the evening of November 26, 2014 Conservation Officers received a call that a cow moose and 2 calf moose had been shot and left half a mile south of Gooseberry Lake at NW 16-11-9 W2 in the RM of Golden West. The moose were shot after legal hunting time. Officers collected some evidence in the field and meat from only one of the calf moose was salvageable for human comsumption. If anyone has any information on this serious wildlife violation please call.

White Tail Deer Shot and Left to Waste Near Drake

On the morning of November 23, 2014, Conservation Officers at Humboldt received a complaint that a white tailed deer buck had been shot and left on posted land approximately 5 miles southwest of Drake, SK. There were several hunters in the area that day and it is hoped that someone can provide information about the responsible person(s) for this wildlife crime.

Two Deer Left to Waste Near Pierceland

On December 1, 2014 Pierceland Conservation Officers received a call at approximately 9:30am that a deer had been shot and left north of Pierceland on Highway 21 after the first speed curve. Land location SE 17-25-63 W3. Officer attended the scene and located two shot and left deer with the heads removed. The shots are believed to have been from the road during the early morning hours of December 1, 2014. Some evidence was collected at the scene. The land is posted no hunting/trespassing.

Deer Shot and Left to Waste on Posted Land Near Pierceland

On November 30, 2014 Pierceland Conservation Officers received a call that a deer had been shot and left to waste southwest of Pierceland SW 30-61-26-W3. Officers attended the scene and determined that the deer had been taken between the hours of 9pm November 29, 2014 and 8am November 30, 2014. Evidence at the location suggests a vehicle drove up to the deer in the field and left headed westbound towards the Alberta border. Some other evidence was located at the scene. The land is posted no hunting/trespassing.

Mule Deer Dumped Near Swift Current

On November 25, 2014 Swift Current Conservation Officers received a call about a mule deer that was shot and left to waste and hidden near a round bale stack 2 miles south of Swift Current. The deer had been dressed but not skinned and only the antlers had been removed and taken. None of the meat was removed from the deer and the entire carcass was wasted. Conservation Officers are confident that the deer was transported to the area after being hung in a warm place. Some evidence was collected at the location. Your help is needed to solve this wildlife crime.

Deer Shot and Left With Only Head Taken Near Esterhazy

On November 23, 2014 Melville Conservation Officers received a TIP call about a deer that had been shot and left to waste with only the head sawed off. Officers attended the location NE-01-19-33-W1, 2 miles NE of Hazel Cliff south of Esterhazy. Some evidence was collected at the scene. The public's help is requested if you know something about this wildlife crime.

White-Tail Deer Left to Waste Near Pierceland

On November 21, 2014 Pierceland Conservation Officers received a complaint regarding a white tailed deer that had been shot and left to waste approximately 4 kms on the gravel road directly north of Pierceland. Officers attended the area and some evidence was collected at the scene. The deer that had been shot is a white-tail deer with forking antlers that make it appear to be a mule deer. Officers are asking the public for any information regarding the incident.

Several Moose Shot and Left Near Good Spirit Lake

Since September 15, 2014 Yorkton Conservation Officers have received a number of TIP calls regarding moose that have been shot and left to waste. During the investigation 8 moose kills have been located within a few kilometeres of each other in an area west of Good Spirit Lake. In some cases all the meat has been taken, in others none of the meat has been taken but left to rot. Officers have collected some evidence at these kill sites but are asking for the public's help in solving these wildlife crimes.

Geese and Garbage Left to Waste Near Glidden

On Saturday, October 19, 2014 Kindersley Conservation Officers were alerted to a location half a mile northwest of Glidden along Highway 21. Goose Hunters left junk food wrappers, litter, and used shotgun hulls in the field. In addition, 21 whole white fronted geese (speckle bellies) were left to spoil. This blatant waste of game and littering is a concern to both landowners and responsible hunters alike.

Large Amount of Canada Geese Left to Rot Near Archerwill

On September 21, 2014 at about 7pm Greenwater Conservation Officers received a TIP call about a large amount of geese that had been dumped about 7 miles northeast of Archerwill, Saskatchewan. Conservation Officers attended the location and found 54 Canada Geese that had been shot, and dumped to waste. None of the meat had been removed, it was all left to rot. It is believed the geese may have been shot the previous day. On October 5, 2014 another call was received and an additional 86 geese and ducks were dumped 8 miles south of Greenwater Provincial Park. Do you know of anyone hunting geese these days responsible for this wildlife crime?

Deer Left to Waste Near Eston

On Friday, September 26th, 2014 Conservation Officers were alerted to a headless deer carcass near Eston, Saskatchewan. The large mule deer buck had been shot with a rifle during the archery only season. The animal had been field dressed and the head and antlers removed. All the meat remained on the carcass and was deliberately allowed to rot along the side of the road.

Geese Left to Waste Near Glaslyn

On Monday, August 25, 2014 Conservation Officers received a TIP call that 4 garbage bags with geese had been dumped along a grid road just west of Glaslyn. Investigating officers located 5 separate locations with a total of 12 black garbage bags full of frozen geese. In total there were 48 geese, 24 whole birds wasted and 24 had the breasts removed.

Antelope Shot and Left Near Glen Bain

Swift Current Conservation Officers are investigating a poaching crime where an adult female antelope was shot 50 yards off a road and left to waste in a lentil field about 1 mile south of Glen Bain, SK on June 23/24th. This has orphaned two antelope kids. A similar situation occurred in 2009 where 3 adults were shot and orphaned 4 antelope kids, 1 mile NE of Glen Bain on Highway 19.

Mule Deer Shot and Left to Waste Near Parkside

Prince Albert Conservation Officers received a TIP call on May 31,2014 about a mule deer that had been shot on the evening/night of May 30, 2014 and left to waste approximately 4 miles west of Parkside. Some evidence was collected at the scene. Aggressive tire tracks similar to the photograph included in the ad were located at the scene.

Fish Left to Rot at Little Waterhen Lake

On May 31, 2014 Conservation Officers removed an unmarked net from the southeast side of Little Waterhen Lake. The net had been left in the lake for some time and all the fish were spoiled and rotten. There were 35 decomposed walleye, the majority were large upper size walleye exceeding 55cm in length (5 - 8lbs) and 15 Northern Pike (8 - 10lbs) plus numerous Suckers and Burbot. Little Waterhen Lake has a reduced walleye limit of 3 walleye, of which only 1 may exceed 55cm.

Two Moose Shot and Left Near Naicam

On the afternoon of Friday November 29th, 2013 Conservation Officers in Melfort received a TIP call regarding two moose that had recently been shot four miles East of Naicam. Conservation Officers attended to the crime scene and found where the two moose (cow and calf) had recently been shot and killed, then dragged by a vehicle to a secluded location. A White Extended cab truck had been seen in the location of the crime scene earlier in the day.

White-Tailed Deer Bucks Being Shot In The Dorintosh Area

Dorintosh Conservation Officers received calls in November from concerned Dorintosh and area residents about white-tailed deer bucks being shot and left to waste along the Hinterland road west of Dorintosh. Callers reported bucks that have been shot off the road and no attempt to retrieve them. Conservation Officers thank the concerned citizens of the Dorintosh area for the calls but officers continue to need the public‘s assistance as they investigate these wildlife crimes.

Four Elk Shot On Posted Land Near Simpson

On the morning of December 6, 2013 Outlook Conservation Officers received information regarding a dark blue Ford F150 crew cab half ton truck with a large bull elk with trophy sized antlers in the truck box. Several eye witnesses observed the vehicle exiting a stubble field approximately 22 kilometers west of Simpson on Grid 748 and heading east toward Simpson. Conservation officers investigated the scene and determined that 4 elk were illegally shot out of season on posted land and that at least three individuals were involved. The violators entered onto posted land, hooked the animals to a tow rope and proceeded to drag them approximately 800 meters across the road to a non-posted stubble field where they field dressed all 4 animals.

Mule Deer Buck Shot Near Dilke

On November 28, 2013 Moose Jaw Conservation Officers received a call about a Mule deer buck that had been shot and left within a mile of Dilke on the west side of the 732 Grid, across from the Dilke cemetery. The buck had been shot in the chest sometime before 8:15 am. Officers recovered evidence from the scene and are now looking for any information that will assist in locating the individual(s) responsible for this wildlife offence.

Mule Deer Buck Left to Waste Near Conquest

On November 23, 2013 Outlook Conservation Officers located a mature Mule deer buck that had been shot and left to waste 4 miles east of Conquest. Coyotes and ravens had already consumed a large portion of the carcass at the time of location. The deer was shot through the chest with a large caliber rifle between November 20th and 21st. The either-sex Mule deer season was not open at this time. Possibly a hunter hunting during the open White-tailed deer season has some additional information to help solve this case. Some evidence was gathered at the scene but Conservation Officers are looking for the public‘s assistance in locating those responsible for this wildlife offence.

∗ ∗ ∗ SOLVED ∗ ∗ ∗ Cow Moose Shot Illegally Near White Fox

On November 13, 2013 Nipawin Conservation Officers discovered a cow moose 5 miles north of White Fox which had been barrel dressed. All four legs and back straps were taken and the rest was left to waste. The moose was not tagged and believed to have been shot sometime between the evening of November 12, 2013 and the morning of November 13, 2013. Some evidence was gathered at the scene but Conservation Officers are looking for the public‘s assistance in locating those responsible for this wildlife offence.

Three Moose Left to Waste Near Denzil

Conservation Officers received a complaint that between the dates of Wednesday October 2nd, and Monday October 14th, 2013, three Bull Moose were found shot and left to waste south of the Villages of Denzil and Primate. There was nothing taken from the moose and they were left to waste. Conservation Officers are requesting the public‘s assistance to help solve this wildlife offence.

Bull Moose Left to Waste Near Fiske

On Monday October 7, 2013 Kindersley Conservation Officers received information through the Turn in Poacher line that a Bull Moose had been found dead approximately 1 mile south and 3 miles east of Fiske, SK. An Officer attended the scene and determined that the animal was shot and left to waste between the evening of Saturday October 5th and Sunday October 6, 2013. Physical evidence was recovered from the scene but public assistance is required to help solve this wildlife offence.

Walleye Left to Waste Near Avonhurst

Conservation Officers received information from the Turn In Poachers Line that on or about the 1st of September, 2013, 24 walleye were left to waste in a slough along an unnamed grid road 4 miles north and 1/2 mile west of Avonhurst. Conservation Officers are requesting the public‘s assistance to help solve this fisheries offence.

Antelope Shot Near Leader

Sometime between Saturday, August 10 and the early morning hours of Sunday, August 11, 2013 a pronghorn antelope buck was shot. This mature buck was killed 1 mile east and 1/2 mile south of the Junction of Highway #21 and the Mendham access. There is no season for pronghorn antelope at the present time. The antelope was left to waste. Conservation Officers are requesting the public‘s assistance to help solve this wildlife offence.

Vehicle Abandoned Near Sealy Lake

On August 7, 2013 Conservation Officers at Candle Lake received information that a vehicle had been intentionally abandoned at Sealy Lake. Upon further investigation it has been determined that the vehicle was originally located at Little Bear Lake on Grace Street and that the vehicle was abandoned at Sealy Lake between July 22, 2013 and August 1, 2013. Other information obtained places a White Dually Truck at the scene pulling the vehicle. Conservation Officers are requesting the public‘s assistance to help solve this environmental offence.

∗ ∗ ∗ SOLVED ∗ ∗ ∗ White-Tailed Deer Shot Near Weldon

On Sunday May 19, 2013 at 6:53 p.m. Conservation Officers received a TIP call of one rifle shot fired near the Weldon Ferry crossing. A silver Dodge truck was observed fleeing from the scene with numerous individuals inside the vehicle. A white-tailed deer was found shot and killed. Conservation Officers are requesting the public‘s assistance to help solve this wildlife offence.

Turkey Vulture, Hawks, and Coyotes Poisoned

In early May 2012, Assiniboia Conservation Officers received a call about some dead wildlife 5 kilometers southwest of Wood Mountain. Upon investigation officers located 2 hawks, 2 coyotes, and 1 Turkey Vulture, as well as a beef carcass as bait. Lab results determined that the animals died as a result of carbofuran poisoning by feeding on the beef carcass laced with carbofuran. Carbofuran is one of the most toxic pesticides and is harmful to both humans and wildlife - its use has been banned in Canada. Conservation Officers are requesting the public‘s assistance to help solve this wildlife offence.

Eagles and Coyotes Poisoned

In early June 2012, Assiniboia Conservation Officers received a call about some dead wildlife that were poisoned 2 kilometers north of Readlyn. Officer‘s investigation found 4 Bald eagles, 1 Golden eagle, 7 coyotes and beef carcasses. Lab results determined that the animals died as a result of carbofuran poisoning. Carbofuran is one of the most toxic pesticides and is harmful to both humans and wildlife - its use has been banned in Canada. Conservation Officers are requesting the public‘s assistance to help solve this wildlife offence.

Four Elk Shot Near Chelan

On December 22, 2012 Greenwater Conservation Officers received a call that several elk had been shot on private land approximately 1 mile southeast of Chelan, along highway 23. Officers investigated and located four elk, three of the elk were left to waste and one elk removed. The elk were shot within 500 metres of an occupied residence and the bullets would have travelled across highway 23. Shots were heard around midnight on Friday, December 21, 2012. Conservation Officers are requesting the public‘s assistance to help solve this wildlife offence.

Two Moose Killed 80 kms South of La Ronge

On January 2, 2013 at about 8:45 pm, La Ronge Conservation Officers received a TIP call that individuals were loading two moose into a black truck along Highway #2 south of the Tracy Road Junction approximately 80 kms south of La Ronge. A second black vehicle was reported at the scene. One of the vehicles was possibly a Ford and one truck had a blue tarp in the truck box. Conservation Officers are requesting the public‘s assistance to help solve this wildlife offence.

31 Deer Shot and Left in the Frenchman Butte Area

Since October 2011, Conservation Officers are aware of 31 deer that have been shot and left in the Frenchman Butte area. Thirteen of those deer, 9 mule deer and 4 white-tailed deer have been shot and left in December 2012 and January 2013 along highway #797 within 6 miles of Frenchman Butte. Some of the deer did have the head and/or antlers removed. Some evidence has been collected but the public‘s assistance is needed to solve and stop this wildlife crime.

Mule Deer Buck shot and left east of Prince Albert

On November 26, 2012 Conservation Officers received a TIP call regarding a mule deer buck that was shot and left along Hwy #3 eight miles east of Prince Albert. The deer was shot within 500 meters of three different residences. There was no mule deer season open at this time. No meat or antlers were removed from the animal. Officers investigated the scene and physical evidence was collected. A small caliber slug was removed from the deer carcass. Conservation Officers are requesting the public‘s assistance in solving this wildlife offence.

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∗ ∗ ∗ SOLVED ∗ ∗ ∗ Bull Elk shot and Left to Waste near Choiceland

On December 29, 2012 Conservation Officers located a small bull elk that was shot and left to waste 2.4 kms west of Choiceland, SK. The elk was shot on private land along highway 55 on the north side of the road. The suspects attempted to drag the elk to the highway but were not successful and left the elk. Officers believe the elk was shot between three and four on the morning of December 29, 2012. Physical evidence was collected at the scene, however Conservation Officers are requesting public assistance.

Large White-Tail Missing Head, Antlers and Cape in North Battleford

On December 3, 2012 North Battleford Conservation Officers received a call that a large white-tailed deer buck had been placed in a dumpster in the alley of 108th Street in North Battleford. Investigating officers found that the deer head, antlers and cape had been removed and the rest of the meat was thrown away to waste. Officers need your help in solving this unlawful activity.

Five Elk Shot South of Spiritwood

On November 26, 2012 Spiritwood Conservation Officers received a call of two elk shot on private land 10 miles south of Spiritwood off Highway #378. Investigating officers found four elk had been shot with only the hind quarters or front quarters removed and the rest left to waste. A fifth elk had been shot and wounded but was not located. The elk season was not open at the time.

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