Conservation Police to conduct wildlife compliance checks in northwest Illinois
From press release
STERLING, Ill.—Illinois Department of Natural Resources (IDNR) Conservation Police will conduct roadside wildlife checks in northwest Illinois during the month of December.
“Illinois is a great place to fish and hunt and just enjoy the outdoors, but we also want to ensure safety and compliance with Illinois laws,” said IDNR Conservation Police Captain Gregory P. Hunter.
The primary purpose of the roadside fish and wildlife compliance checks is to detect taking, transporting, possession and other violations pertaining to fish and wildlife and gather information relative to public compliance with regulations that will enable the IDNR to better manage the state’s resources.
Illinois Conservation Police plan to conduct additional compliance checks across the state in upcoming months.
From the Dec. 1-7, 2010 issue
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