NEWS: Hunting seasons restored in entirety of Pike County: http://t.co/qadUxJHQ1e— PA Game Commission (@PAGameComm) October 21, 2014
In early 1994, Pennsylvania's Wildlife and Waterways Conservation Officers formed and incorporated the Conservation Officers of Pennsylvania Association (COPA). COPA is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, tax-deductible organization under the Internal Revenue Code. COPA is also registered with the Pennsylvania's Bureau of Charitable Organizations.
Each year, Pennsylvania Conservation Officers check thousands of hunters, anglers, trappers, and recreational vehicles for compliance with fish, boating and wildlife laws. A compliance check by a Conservation Officer is an opportunity for outdoor enthusiasts to have positive interactions with Conservation Officers while in the woods and on the waters of Pennsylvania.
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The Pennsylvania Game Commission has filed a total of 58 citations against four individuals who are charged with illegally taking 14 deer, as well as other wildlife, and fines in the incident could top $47,000.
The charges result from a nearly yearlong investigation by Pennsylvania Game Commission Wildlife Conservation Officer Jacob J. Olexsak.