pelicans shot and killed

Cruelty investigation – six pelicans shot in South Dakota

An investigation has been launched following a disturbing discovery in South Dakota. According to TIPS (South Dakota Turn in Poachers), six pelicans were shot and killed on the north side of Lake Marsh in Hamlin County. The agency specified:

These birds were shot from the highway west of Hayti on 188th street sometime between the evening of May 16th to the morning of May 17th.

Information needed

If you have any information regarding the incident, please contact the Hamlin County Conservation Officer, Dan Sternhagen at 605-881-0018 or use the TIPS hotline at 1-800-OVERBAG

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4 replies
  1. Bunny Peters says:

    Pure evil to have murdered these birds…….

    Whoever did this has a reserved spot in Hell waiting for them…… they will burn forever for their cruelty……..

    Reply
  2. Neela says:

    Hope they won’t have to wait long to burn in hell.
    I’d like them tortured and shot tomorrow.
    Way too many sickos in this world.

    Reply

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