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Thursday, July 25th, 2024

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Wisconsin Wardens at Work: Violators caught on their own trail cameras

Vernon County DNR Warden Hans Walleser. (Photo courtesy of the Wisconsin DNR)

Hans Walleser, a Wisconsin DNR field warden, is right where he wants to be – close to family and friends, close to his hometown, and where there are great varieties of resources to protect. Walleser grew up in Harper’s Ferry, Iowa, and was schooled at Kee High School in Lansing, Iowa, and UW-Stevens Point for his bachelors of science degree.
During the 2023 gun deer season, Walleser received a call regarding trail cameras and treestands left over night on the Rush Creek State Natural Area.

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