The poaching suspects might be firefighters.
Idaho Fish and Game is the latest wildlife agency to take to social media and ask the public for help in generating leads in a potential poaching case.
Photos taken March 18 in the Boise River Wildlife Management Area show the two suspected poachers. One of them is shown with a shotgun and what officials believe to be a cleaned chukar partridge hanging from his pack.
But that wildlife management area was closed at the time to public entry for wintering animals. The season for chukar had also ended 46 days earlier.
Officials believe there is a possibility the suspected poachers are wildland firefighters and that one may be an active military member. Anyone with any information is being asked to contact Idaho Fish and Game.
Reports can be made anonymously through their website or by calling their hotline at 1-800-632-5999.
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