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March 30, 2006

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Bullwinkle Bags Poacher: Nova Scotia man shoots mechanical moose, loses license

Bullwinkle, a robotic decoy designed to nab those who would shoot Nova Scotia’s mainland moose (an endangered species since 2003) has bagged it’s first poacher. Robert Lee McLaren, 49, of Pugwash Junction, has pled guilty of attempting to kill an endangered species. His shot at Bullwinkle will cost him his hunting license for 20 years, along with about $4,000, his car, and his rifle.
http://www.lfpress.ca/newsstand/News/National/2006/03/29/1510223-sun.html

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