Stomach contents of trophy buck help convict Wyoming poachers February 15, 2012

Wyoming Deer Population and Management News Archive

... "The pieces of narrow-leaf cottonwood leaves were the key to the whole case," [Matt] Lentsch said. "Narrow-leaf cottonwoods typically grow in gravelly soils like those found along the Greybull River, unlike the Plains cottonwoods found along the Bighorn River." ... The three poachers were charged under a Wyoming law referred to as the "winter range law." It allows fines from $5,000 to $10,000 

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