CLOUD COUNTY —Law enforcement authorities investigating hunters in north central Kansas had a successful weekend.
K9 Kreed and handler Game Warden Jake Brooke were busy near Jamestown in Cloud County Saturday for the opener of Teal season, according to a social media report from the Kansas Department Wildlife and Parks.
After observing a group of eight hunters leave an island in the marsh with a limit of birds, Kreed searched the island and found three stashed birds.
The group admitted to party hunting and produced an additional hidden bird. All eight were cited for over limit.