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More than two dozen dead ducks found dumped in Grays Harbor County

State Department of Fish and Wildlife police are asking for the public's help after officers found more than two dozen dead ducks dumped along a roadside in Grays Harbor County on Dec. 26, 2017. (Photo: Washington State Department of Fish and Wildlife Police)

GRAYS HARBOR COUNTY, Wash. - State Department of Fish and Wildlife Police are asking for the public's help to find whomever dumped more than two dozen dead ducks along a roadside in Grays Harbor County last week.

Officers said three white garbage bags containing 28 ducks that had been shot were discovered on December 26 at the Devonshire Road turnout on State Route 12, about nine miles east of Aberdeen.

The dead ducks included 8 hen Mallards, 18 Drake Mallards and two smaller birds.

Officers believe the ducks were shot over the Christmas holiday weekend and may have been disposed of illegally. Wasting wildlife is considered a gross misdemeanor.

Anyone with information or tips is asked to call WDFW Police Dispatch at 360-902-2936 or case officer Becker at 360-742-8516.


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