Grizzly bear kills in Montana keep federal agents hard at work

Feature story on USFWS LE agents-

There are about 200 special agents nationwide, and they investigated over 12,000 cases in 2007.

The story is mostly about the Montana agent and his 20 cases including 3 grisly, grizzly killings.
Wildlife G-men on patrol: Outdoor scofflaws keep agents busy. By Karl Puckett. Great Falls Tribune.

One Response to “Grizzly bear kills in Montana keep federal agents hard at work”

  1. Maska Says:

    Wildlife crime is a huge, multi-national business, right up there with drug trafficking. A good book on the subject is Laurel K. Neme’s “Animal Investigators,” about the FWS’s forensics lab in Ashland, OR, and some of their major cases.


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