Oklahoma Game Wardens investigating after 60 geese illegally dumped in Creek County


    Oklahoma Game Wardens investigating after 60 geese illegally dumped in Creek County (Courtesy of Oklahoma Game Wardens)

    The Oklahoma Game Wardens are asking the community for help in finding the suspect(s) who illegal disposed of dozens of geese in Creek County Monday night.

    A fisherman alerted the wardens of the 60 geese, both snows and Canadas, in the Keystone Wildlife Management Area on the Cimarron River just north of Crow Bridge southwest of Oilton.

    Wardens are hoping social media will help track down the suspect(s). They're asking the community to look through their news feeds over the past few days for anything that would match the number of birds.

    The Oklahoma Game Wardens say only a handful of the geese were cleaned, hinting that the person or people who dumped them are not hunters.

    There is a cash reward for any information leading to an arrest. You may also remain anonymous if you wish.

    Please contact Warden Brad Magby at 918-625-6363 or Operation Game Thief at 1-800-522-8039 with any tips.

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