According to the La Crosse (Wis.) Tribune, Wisconsin's top forester admitted a turkey hunting mistake and paid more than $250 for it.
Wisconsin Chief Forester Paul DeLong mistakenly shot a hen turkey out of season this past spring. Instead of walking away, however, he turned himself in and asked to be treated like any other Department of Natural Resources employee. DNR Chief Warden Randy Stark agreed, fining him $263.
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