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Utah's conservation officers work to protect our wildlife heritage on behalf of ethical sportsmen and others who value wildlife. These dispatches represent a fraction of the ongoing efforts to protect your wildlife resources.

Fawn and doe poached in Cache County

Conservation officers with the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources are seeking help from the public regarding a troubling two-deer poaching incident that occurred near Clarkston in late October, 2013.

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Two wasted bucks in Carbon County

Conservation officers with the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources are seeking information from the public regarding two incidences of wasted buck deer in Carbon County. Both happened on or around October 22, 2013.

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Poached bull elk in Piute County

Conservation officers with the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources are seeking help from the public for information about a poached bull elk in Piute County. On October 9, 2013, officers were called to the Durkee Springs area on the Monroe Mountain limited entry elk management unit, east of Marysvale. Officers found a 5X6 bull elk that had been shot several times and left to rot.

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Mature elk taken from spike only unit

On the opening morning of Utah's spike elk hunt, Division of Wildlife officers received a UTiP call from hunters who saw a branch antler bull being taken from a spike only unit. By the time law enforcement was able to travel to the scene, the individuals who had illegally killed the bull were gone.

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Cow and calf moose shot and left to waste

The smells of fall and the crisp autumn air were tainted by the odor of two moose left to rot on the Wasatch Currant Creek Unit. Officers with the Utah Division of Wildlife are looking for your help in solving this case.

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Future trophy bull killed on spike hunt

During the opening weekend of the any weapon spike elk hunt on the Wasatch Currant Creek unit, a 5X5 bull was shot and abandoned to rot. Anyone with information related to the illegal killing of this animal is encouraged to contact the UTiP Hotline at 1-800-662-3337.

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Turkey baiting in Cache County

In April and May of 2013, during the limited-entry and general turkey season, six individuals were associated with illegal poaching of turkeys over bait. This activity occurred in the south end of Cache County in the Mount Sterling, southeast of the town of Wellsville, inside the Sardine Cooperative Wildlife Management Unit.

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Moose poaching investigation near Mill Hollow Reservoir

On October 6, 2013, Utah Division of Wildlife Resources Conservation Officer Brent Kasza received information regarding a poached moose through the UTiP hotline. At the scene, he saw a young bull moose lying dead about a half mile west of the Mill Hollow Road, north of Mill Hollow Reservoir.

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Officers nab suspect accused in North Logan City buck shooting

Officers from the Division of Wildlife Resources and North Park Police Department recently concluded their investigation into the illegal killing of a well-known buck in North Logan City limits. The suspect now faces two misdemeanor charges: shooting within city limits and unlawful taking of wildlife while trespassing.

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Officers seek information in double moose poaching

On October 7, 2013, the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources received information regarding two poached moose through the UTiP hotline. Officer Kasza and a DWR investigator responded to the scene where they located a small calf moose and a small bull moose lying dead off the Murdock Basin road off highway 150 (the Mirror Lake Hwy).

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DWR officers participate in Youth Waterfowl Fair

On September 7, 2013, Utah Division of Wildlife Resources conservation officers in the Northern Region participated in the 9th annual Waterfowl Youth Fair at Farmington Bay Waterfowl Management area. The Waterfowl Youth Fair was a free event sponsored by the Utah Waterfowl Association.

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