Poaching Suspects Charged in Yosemite National Park
After an extensive investigation, three individuals face multiple federal charges for poaching within Yosemite National Park. Over the past several years, Southern California residents Chad Gierlich, Chris Gierlich, and Kyle Narasky have allegedly poached multiple trophy-sized deer within the park boundaries. The investigation uncovered a complex, concerted effort by these individuals to illegally hunt within the park and kill trophy size bucks. Search warrants resulted in the seizure of items such as bows and arrows, GIS devices, mounted kills, and several items that lead to the charges being filed.
Did You Know?
In 90 years of serving Yosemite National Park, the Conservancy has seen many accomplishments. From restoring the
habitat of the great gray owl to funding the first museum in the Valley, Yosemite Conservancy has played a vital role
in the preservation and protection of Yosemite. More...