Game warden Jason Barker, left, checks the hunting license and deer permit of Steven Cook last December at the Byron Walker Wildlife Area. Game wardens are using Facebook to help enforce wildlife and private property rights.
Game warden Jason Barker, left, checks the hunting license and deer permit of Steven Cook last December at the Byron Walker Wildlife Area. Game wardens are using Facebook to help enforce wildlife and private property rights. File photo
Game warden Jason Barker, left, checks the hunting license and deer permit of Steven Cook last December at the Byron Walker Wildlife Area. Game wardens are using Facebook to help enforce wildlife and private property rights. File photo

Kansas game wardens have an online posse of more than 42,000 people

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