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Following an investigation by , Kunkel and Cybulski were charged with illegally possessing two frozen Rough Legged Hawks, one frozen Canada Goose and 12 feathers of a Great Horned Owl. Kunkel and Cybulski were each sentenced to pay $300 per bird, for a total fine of $2,400.
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Canada Border Services Agency discovered the birds on December 25, 2010, in the trunk of the couple car during an inspection at the Coutts/Sweetgrass border.
Alberta Couple Found Guilty of Illegally Possessing Hawks, Canada Goose and Great Horned Owl FeathersLETHBRIDGE, Alta. October 19, 2011 On September 22, 2011, Jason Patrick Kunkel and Deborah Cybulski, residents of Medicine Hat, Alberta, were found guilty of illegally possessing carcasses and feathers of four dead birds in contravention of the Wild Animal and Plant Protection and Regulation of International and Interprovincial Trade Act (WAPPRIITA).
Alberta Couple Found Guilty of Illegally Possessing Hawks
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