Poaching turtles in B.C. nets Albertans more than $1K in fines
flirt adult dating site Three couples from Alberta have been fined more than $1,000 after admitting to catching turtles from a B.C. lake.
http://www.btlbarns.com/12-cat/casino_23.html Mounties spotted the couples fishing at a small, roadside lake north of Cranbrook, and when police investigated further, found it was western painted turtles they were after rather than fish.
http://crowsnestnashville.com/22-cat/dating_17.html The turtles are a species of special concern, according to the Nature Conservancy of Canada — meaning they may become a threatened or an endangered species
http://easytechonlinesolution.com/26-cat/dating_41.html « They had 15 of these small turtles, » said conservation officer Jeff Scott.
https://bepropertiesllc.com/19-cat/casino_36.html « It’s a concern people think they can come to the province and remove wildlife and take it for their own personal use. »
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