On Patrol

Caifa, Tom; Solan, John
February 2010
New York State Conservationist;Feb2010, Vol. 64 Issue 4, p26
The article offers real stories from Conservation Officers and Forest Rangers on patrol in the field. Environmental Conservation Officers (ECO) in Brooklyn, New York City, located a warehouse of seafood owned by NK Seafood Group, triggering a major case filed by the ECO on New Year's eve 2009. A landowner reported to ECO Rick Head an illegal dumping complaint in Otisco in December 2009. ECO Liza Bobseine discovered corn scattered along the shoreline of East Hampton and arrested two duck hunters.


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