Open season on poachers

January 1992
Canadian Geographic;Jan/Feb92, Vol. 112 Issue 1, p10
Announces an intensive anti-poaching program in Jasper National Park, using the latest in crime-fighting technology. Documenting the `identities' of park elk and bighorn sheep; Random checks on hunters to see if their catches come from the park;Upwardly-revised wildlife fines.


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