Hi Norske, I was in Alberta the week of the 9th-15th. I shot a limit of lessers the first day, and a limit of ducks and geese the second day. I killed the 24 birds with 31 shells, and picked up my empties, of course. After shooting my goose possession limit, I took pictures. I came home a bit early because the weather was quite mild and I worried about spoilage. I brought home the birds, four cases of Big Rock Black Amber Ale, and four free glasses (two Big Rock Alberta Centennial's and two Grasshopper's), plus photos and memories. The poachers should be stripped of all the equipment used to commit the crimes, plus pay the fines. I'm talking truck, trailer, guns, shells, binoculars, blinds, decoys, calls, camo clothing, the whole shebang. Let them make other arrangments for transportation home. These guys are not hunters, they're criminals, and should be treated as such. It would be excellent to establish reciprocal agreements between the US and Canada, so that people who poach here may not hunt up there, and vice versa. We don't want guys like that hunting here, either.