Humboldt Conservation Officers are looking for assistance in identifying the following individuals who were seen operating ATVs on Fish and Wildlife Development Fund land near Middle Lake during the months of June and July 2019.

The mistreatment of these wildlife habitat lands is an ongoing issue and threatens the conservation of Saskatchewan’s natural resources. Click here to view the previous case.

The revenue (30 %) from all fur, angling and hunting licences you purchase, is used to manage, preserve and enhance fish and wildlife habitat.  These natural areas can be used by everyone including hunters, hikers, bird watchers and photographers.

There are four main rules when visiting FWDF lands:

  • Walk-in traffic only (except when retrieving big game during hunting season)
  • Walk-in camping only – no open fires
  • No littering; and
  • No interference with an authorized management treatment (ex. haying or grazing)

If you have any information, call the toll-free Saskatchewan Ministry of Environment Turn In Poachers Line 1-800-667-7561 or #5555 from a Sasktel cellphone (phone calls only, no text messages). You can also report online at Remember, you can remain anonymous and may be eligible for a cash reward if your information leads to a conviction.