FISHLAKE NATIONAL FOREST — Cameras were stolen in October from two wildlife guzzler sites, which are apparatuses that store rain or snow water for wildlife in places where water is scarce.
The information gathered by these cameras is used to record the use of the guzzlers by wildlife.
Fishlake National Forest is offering a $300 reward for information about people responsible for removing the Bushnell 8-megapixel trail cameras from Cedar Mountain, east of Salina.
Anyone with information about the stolen cameras is asked to contact Kreig Rasmussen at 435-201-9988 or Lyn Christensen at 435-896-3039.
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