Good news for Conservation Law students, bad news for deer poachers

 These procedures are great educational opportunities for students, and the antlers will be used to teach proper Boone and Crockett scoring. When animals are harvested illegally their remains are held by Conservation Law Enforcement officers as evidence until the trial. If the hunter in question is proven guilty this evidence is either destroyed or utilized for educational purposes.

Fortunately for Holmes Community College the antlers from these illegally harvested bucks will be displayed and utilized by the Conservation Law program at Holmes Community College Grenada Campus.

U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service Officer Carpenter presented the antlers to James Floyd who is the advisor for Conservation Law students.

These procedures are great educational opportunities for students, and the antlers will be used to teach proper Boone and Crockett scoring.
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