A Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Enforcement Division agent was honored by the Mississippi Flyway Council at the Aug. 6 Louisiana Wildlife and Fisheries Commission meeting in Baton Rouge.
Corporal Michael Hebert, of Lake Charles, received the Louisiana Waterfowl Enforcement Officer of the Year award from the Mississippi Flyway Council. The Mississippi Flyway Council recognizes law enforcement officers from each state who make outstanding contributions to the protection of waterfowl.
Corporal Hebert mainly patrols Cameron Parish and has been an LDWF agent for five years. Corporal Hebert was honored for his participation in numerous illegal waterfowl hunting investigations. His cases have involved using unplugged shotguns, hunting waterfowl over a baited area, possession of over the limit of ducks and taking ducks other than teal during teal season.
JOIN THE CLUB, get unlimited access for $2.99/month
Become the most informed Sportsman you know, with a membership to the Louisiana Sportsman Magazine and LouisianaSportsman.com.