A joint investigation by the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources, Colorado Parks and Wildlife, and the federal wildlife agency uncovered approximately 18 clients since 2004 who had taken part in the illegal killing of mountain lions and bobcats.
The mountain lions and bobcats were illegally captured and maimed to make it easier for clients of a Colorado-based hunting guide to kill them, according to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
It's another example of the NACLEC National Strategy of working in partnership with other conservation law enforcement agencies across borders and boundaries in pursuit of wildlife criminals.
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