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New York Outdoor News Cuffs & Collars – December 2, 2022

Jacklighting Poacher Caught Red-Handed (Ulster County) On Oct. 23, ECO Walraven was patrolling local farm fields at night in the town of Wawarsing looking for poachers when he observed a pickup truck driving slowly by

New York Outdoor News Cuffs & Collars – November 18, 2022

No Hunting From An Apartment Complex (Essex County) On Oct. 11, ECO Buffa received a complaint about an individual unlawfully hunting over bait behind an apartment complex in the town of Wilmington. The complainant advised

New York Outdoor News Cuffs & Collars – November 4, 2022

Early Black Bear Season Enforcement (Delaware County) On Sept. 11, the second day of the early black bear hunting season, ECOs Doig and Woodin received information about a black bear possibly taken unlawfully on private

New York Outdoor News Cuffs & Collars – October 21, 2022

Early Black Bear Season Enforcement (Delaware County) On Sept. 11, the second day of the early black bear hunting season, ECOs Doig and Woodin received information about a black bear possibly taken unlawfully on private

New York Outdoor News Cuffs & Collars – October 7, 2022

Early Black Bear Season Enforcement (Delaware County) On Sept. 11, the second day of the early black bear hunting season, ECOs Doig and Woodin received information about a black bear possibly taken unlawfully on private

New York Outdoor News Cuffs & Collars – September 23, 2022

Netted at Night (Sullivan County) On Aug. 20, while patrolling the Delaware River in the town of Cochecton, ECO Parker utilized night vision equipment to spot six individuals unlawfully using cast nets. With assistance from

New York Outdoor News Cuffs & Collars – September 9, 2022

Sunbaked Rattlesnake (Warren County) On Aug. 7, ECO Krug responded to Turtle Island in Lake George to remove an unwanted guest from a campsite. Using the appropriate tools, Officer Krug removed a rattlesnake sunning itself

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