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Discussion in 'Snow Goose Hunting Forum' started by SB2MAG, Feb 21, 2018.
Interesting that they cite the birds weren't cleaned. Wanton waste doesn't refer to you not cleaning or utilizing the bird's meat. Just that you make every attempt to retrieve the bird. Not sure about Missouri laws I guess, but in Indiana you could only get cited for illegal dumping aka littering if you don't have permission to put the geese where you did.
Not making a good effort to retrieve a bird and wanton waste could be two differant infractions according to game laws. Wanton waste in most cases is dumping or getting rid of birds you have taken. You are right in some cases dumping birds cleaned or not cleaned could be illegal dumping.
Well it was on the local news this morning someone dumped 90 plus in a pond in Porter County IN. So hopefully when they catch these guys and the guys in Nebraska we can compare notes on which state comes down harder on these knuckleheads.
At the end of the day, mother nature won't waste it. Coyotes and buzzards and a million other species will eat it.