Two men from New Hamburg are facing fines from the Ministry of Natural Resources, after hunting Wild Turkey. The two men faced court officials in late April and the courts heard that conservation officers and the canine unit were patrolling in Wilmot Township when they heard gunshots, the officers contacted the two men and conducted a compliance investigation, leading to the discovery that the first man shot and killed a Wild turkey without a license and his partner attached his seal to the bird. Subsequently, the officers determined that both men also each shot and killed a wild turkey in Mid May and that neither man submitted a mandatory harvest report. A total of $2,250in fines were handed out to both men. The shooter faces a $500 for hunting a game bird without a licence and $500 for failing to report the harvest of a wild turkey. While his hunting partner was fined $750 for attaching his seal to wildlife killed by another person and $500 for failing to report the harvest of a wild turkey.