The Nebraska Game and Parks Commission is asking the public information about two poaching cases, one in the Panhandle and the other in north-central Nebraska.
The Panhandle case involves four buck pronghorns found Monday on private land south of Kimball. The remains of all 4 had been left except for 3 heads and some cuts of meat.
The other case involves the death of a cow elk believed to be shot either last Friday or Saturday and left to rot near the road to Smith Falls northeast of Valentine.
Rewards of up to $1,000 are being offered for information leading to conviction and Informants may remain anonymous.
People who wish to report information can contact conservation officer Scott Brandt of Gering at 308-631-0663.