CO’s Investigating Poaching within the Harding Rd Corridor Game Preserve

(Last Updated On: February 23, 2019)

Sasktip Inc FB post – February 23rd, 2019 – On November 13th, 2018, Nipawin Conservation Officers received information regarding a moose that had been shot in the Harding Road Corridor Game Preserve, North of Love, Saskatchewan.

Remains of a cow moose that had been shot and harvested within the Harding Road Corridor Game Preserve, north of Love, SK

Conservation Officers attended the scene and found the remains of a cow moose that had been harvested. The moose was shot on November 11th and a red snowmobile was observed in the area at the same time.

Upon further investigation, it was observed that a White-tailed deer was also shot and taken from this area. It was determined that both the moose and deer were shot within the 400 meter no hunting area of the road corridor game preserve. A snowmobile and sleigh were used to retrieve the animals and they exited the Harding Road to the South.

If you have any information, call the toll-free Saskatchewan Ministry of Environment Turn In Poachers Line 1-800-667-7561 or #5555 from a Sasktel cellphone (phone calls only, no text messages).

You can also report online at Remember, you can remain anonymous and may be eligible for a cash reward if your information leads to a conviction.

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ABOUT: Turn in Poachers and Environmental Violators (TIP)

  • Anyone is eligible to report.
  • All calls and submissions are confidential – you do not have to give your name. 
  • Those who provide information leading to a conviction could be eligible for a reward of up to $2,000.

Report any suspicious activity such as:

  • Trafficking in fish or wildlife
  • Fish being caught in closed spawning areas, with illegal nets, fish traps or snares
  • Wasting game
  • Burning copper wire
  • Unauthorized removal of aquatic plants or beach construction that could destroy fisheries habitat
  • Hunting in closed areas
  • Fish being sold by commercial fishermen without valid licences
  • Dumping of toxic materials on land or in water
  • Hunting at night with lights
  • Illegal forest harvesting
  • Unsafe hunting or fishing practices
  • Dumping tires

Provide the information below, if possible:

  • Licence plate of the suspect vehicle/boat
  • Date/time/location of the offence
  • Whether it is ongoing or not
  • Description of the violation
  • Description of the violators
  • Description of the vehicle
  • Photos or video of the offence or the offender

How To Report

Contact the 24-hour, seven day a week TIP service if you notice any fishing, wildlife or environmental resource violations.

Report suspicious activity three ways

All calls and submissions are confidential.

  • Toll-free –1-800-667-7561
  • Sasktel cell – #5555
  • Complete and submit a form online.

SOURCE; Government of Saskatchewan web site

Post Author: News Release