Shooting Wrong Bear Comes with a Price for British Columbia Bowhunter

Conservation Officer Service/FacebookA case of mistaken identity leads to an $8,001 charge. Mistakenly shooting the wrong species of bear in British Columbia, Canada, comes with a price, and for this bowhunter, that amounted to $8,001 in fines. Martin Chalupiak received sentencing March 14 after pleading guilty to killing a grizzly bear during a closed season.…

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