A Georgia dog trainer has pleaded not guilty to hunting violations.
Ferris Taylor, of Pavo, Ga., is charged with over-limit possession of
waterfowl, illegal possession of hen pheasants, misrepresentation on a
license application by falsely claiming to be a North Dakota resident,
and guiding and outfitting without a license.
State game warden Ken Skuza and warden supervisor Daryl Kleyer said
an Oct. 16 search of a Douglas-area farm owned by Taylor turned up 351
whole ducks in freezers and three hen pheasants.
Authorities said Taylor is known internationally for training
retrievers, and operates Alecia Ridge Retrievers in Pavo, Ga.
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