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MNRF Unsolved Cases

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Every year, a number of natural resource violation cases go unsolved. They can be difficult to solve because they happen in remote areas where there are few eyewitnesses.

Our conservation officers make over 170,000 contacts with citizens in the field each year. We rely on tips from the public, physical evidence and community support to help solve these cases.  You can visit the website at: https://www.ontario.ca/page/solve-natural-resource-case#section-2 for more information.  Help us solve natural resource violation cases. Call MNRF TIPSif you have any information at 1-877-847-7667.


Recent unsolved cases

  • Tip received on November 12, 2017
    • Occurrence number: RM17005896
    • Occurrence summary: Conservation officers received a tip from the public regarding two moose gut piles and an abandoned deer located in Ojibway Provincial Park. It was determined that the gut piles were related to two moose killed a short distance away on Highway 72. The moose were transported into the park where they were gutted and a whole deer was abandoned on Park property.
    • Location summary: Ojibway Provincial Park, 27 kilometres south of Sioux Lookout on Highway 72
  • November 5, 2017
    • Occurrence number: RM16001265
    • Occurrence summary:The MNRF is investigating the discovery of a cow moose on November 5, 2015. The moose was shot and abandoned in Wildlife Management Unit 08 on the east side of the Weiseieno Road. The head of a bull moose was located nearby.
    • Location summary: Weiseieno Road, Wildlife Management Unit 08
  • October 28-October 30, 2017
    • Occurrence number: RM17005664
    • Occurrence summary: On October 24th, 2017, MNRF conservation officers discovered several parts of a single cow moose along an access road leading to a gravel pit located on the north side of Highway 66. These parts included some whole intact, and partial quarters with the hide on, the severed head and sawn off lower legs.
    • Location summary: Wildlife Management Unit 28, approximately 14 kilometres west of the junction where Highway 11 and Highway 66 intersect, Gross Township.
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Thanks for posting this.  Poachers give all of us a bad name and limit the amount that ethical hunters can harvest.

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