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“The Trapper”

The Trapper by Bill Pogue

The Trapper by Bill Pogue

January 5, 1981, a poacher killed Idaho Conservation Officers Bill Pogue
and Conley Elms.

This story, which has become legendary in the wildlife protection profession, stands
as testimony to the dangers Conservation Officers face and the ultimate sacrifices
made by many in this profession.

The Pogue family authorized prints of Bill’s original artwork, “The Trapper” to be made available for purchase to help support the North American Game Warden Museum’s efforts to honor fallen officers.

Bill Pogue’s “The Trapper” Print Order Form

View a chronology of the tragedy “Pogue and Elms: A Tragic Loss,” as published in International Game Warden Magazine, Spring 2001

 

“Song Birds of Turtle Mountain”

Song Birds of Turtle Mountain by William (Bill) C. Peters

Song Birds of Turtle Mountain by William (Bill) C. Peters

Wildlife Artist and retired California Game Warden William (Bill) C. Peters gifted this print to the Game Warden Museum. He had just finished this beautiful piece of artwork, one of his last, when he passed away suddenly and we lost our friend Bill. 

These song birds are representative of the Turtle Mountains which is the home of the Game Warden Museum at the International Peace Garden. These limited edition prints may be purchased from the museum gift shop. Cost of a print is $20 plus shipping and handling.  To purchase please contact the museum at       nagwmuseum@hotmail.com

Song Birds of Turtle Mountain Order Form

 

“Trap Line Patrol” 

Trap Line Patrol by Glenn Scrimshaw

Trap Line Patrol by Glenn Scrimshaw

The Manitoba Natural Resource Officers Association “Trap Line Patrol”  by Glenn Scrimshaw

 

The MNROA has enlisted Glen Scrimshaw, an internationally known artist, to complete a print on their behalf with a portion of the proceeds to go to the Museum. This is not a fundraiser for their Association as they will not be receiving any benefit from the sales.  In the last couple of years the print has raised over $2000 for the museum.

 Click here to order the print.