PLACERVILLE, CALIFORNIA
A WARDEN with California State Fish and Game removes a stuffed wolverine from the Georgetown Hotel bar Tuesday. The wolverine, and a red-tailed hawk that was also taken are protected from being hunted or displayed as game animals. Both are expected to be displayed for educational purposes at a museum. Mother Lode News Photo by Rebecca Murphy

A WARDEN with California State Fish and Game removes a stuffed wolverine from the Georgetown Hotel bar Tuesday. The wolverine, and a red-tailed hawk that was also taken are protected from being hunted or displayed as game animals. Both are expected to be displayed for educational purposes at a museum. Mother Lode News Photo by Rebecca Murphy

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By May 10, 2012

Rebecca Murphy

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