News Turkey hunting offences ends up costing a man SHARE ON: Kenny Trenton, contributor, Tuesday, Jun. 20th, 2017 Illegal hunting has cost a Dunsford man $2,000. Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry conservation officers learned a wild turkey had been shot just north of Bobcaygeon on April 30. An M.N.R.F. investigation revealed the man shot from the roadway and killed a wild turkey on posted private property. He also tagged the bird with someone else’s turkey seal. He pleaded guilty earlier this month in provincial court. He was fined $750 for shooting from a roadway, $750 for using another person’s seal, and $500 for trespassing. He also received a one-year turkey hunting suspension.