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Mr. Brian Wolslegel

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Custom Robotic Wildlife, Inc.

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Custom Robotic Wildlife, Inc.

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Brian Wolslegel with two of ...

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Brian Wolslegel with two of his creations; demand for wildlife robots is huge, says Jim Reed of the Humane Society Wildlife Land Trust, which donates them to anti-poaching agencies.

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The decoys look so alive because, well, they once were, said Brian Wolslegel, owner of the Wisconsin-based Custom Robotic Wildlife. Wolslegel - who does not hunt but instead raises deer in his backyard - makes the dummies out of hides acquired legally from hunters, game wardens or online. (You, too, can purchase a bear hide at taxidermy.net.)
Each year he sells as many as 100 whitetail deer, by far his most popular item. Officers, he said, tell him they make as much as $30,000 in fines off each fake animal.
"To have a poacher, a wild animal and a law enforcement officer at the same scene, it's like winning the lottery," he said. And then if the poacher is caught, "the animal already died in the process."
Robo-wildlife, it turns out, are pretty hard to kill. If a bullet busts the motor, it's replaceable, Wolslegel said.


Brian Wolslegel poses with two ...

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Brian Wolslegel poses with two of his creations.

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The decoys look so alive because, well, they once were, said Brian Wolslegel, owner of the Wisconsin-based Custom Robotic Wildlife. Wolslegel - who does not hunt but instead raises deer in his backyard - makes the dummies out of hides acquired legally from hunters, game wardens or online. (You, too, can purchase a bear hide at taxidermy.net.)
Each year he sells as many as 100 whitetail deer, by far his most popular item. Officers, he said, tell him they make as much as $30,000 in fines off each fake animal.
"To have a poacher, a wild animal and a law enforcement officer at the same scene, it's like winning the lottery," he said. And then if the poacher is caught, "the animal already died in the process."
Robo-wildlife, it turns out, are pretty hard to kill. If a bullet busts the motor, it's replaceable, Wolslegel said.


Brian Wolslegel poses with two ...

www.houmatoday.com [cached]

Brian Wolslegel poses with two of his creations.

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The decoys look so alive because, well, they once were, said Brian Wolslegel, owner of the Wisconsin-based Custom Robotic Wildlife. Wolslegel - who does not hunt but instead raises deer in his backyard - makes the dummies out of hides acquired legally from hunters, game wardens or online. (You, too, can purchase a bear hide at taxidermy.net.)
Each year he sells as many as 100 whitetail deer, by far his most popular item. Officers, he said, tell him they make as much as $30,000 in fines off each fake animal.
"To have a poacher, a wild animal and a law enforcement officer at the same scene, it's like winning the lottery," he said. And then if the poacher is caught, "the animal already died in the process."
Robo-wildlife, it turns out, are pretty hard to kill. If a bullet busts the motor, it's replaceable, Wolslegel said.


Brian Wolslegel poses with two ...

www.houmatoday.com [cached]

Brian Wolslegel poses with two of his creations.

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The decoys look so alive because, well, they once were, said Brian Wolslegel, owner of the Wisconsin-based Custom Robotic Wildlife. Wolslegel - who does not hunt but instead raises deer in his backyard - makes the dummies out of hides acquired legally from hunters, game wardens or online. (You, too, can purchase a bear hide at taxidermy.net.)
Each year he sells as many as 100 whitetail deer, by far his most popular item. Officers, he said, tell him they make as much as $30,000 in fines off each fake animal.
"To have a poacher, a wild animal and a law enforcement officer at the same scene, it's like winning the lottery," he said. And then if the poacher is caught, "the animal already died in the process."
Robo-wildlife, it turns out, are pretty hard to kill. If a bullet busts the motor, it's replaceable, Wolslegel said.


Brian Wolslegel poses with two ...

www.houmatoday.com [cached]

Brian Wolslegel poses with two of his creations.

...
The decoys look so alive because, well, they once were, said Brian Wolslegel, owner of the Wisconsin-based Custom Robotic Wildlife. Wolslegel - who does not hunt but instead raises deer in his backyard - makes the dummies out of hides acquired legally from hunters, game wardens or online. (You, too, can purchase a bear hide at taxidermy.net.)
Each year he sells as many as 100 whitetail deer, by far his most popular item. Officers, he said, tell him they make as much as $30,000 in fines off each fake animal.
"To have a poacher, a wild animal and a law enforcement officer at the same scene, it's like winning the lottery," he said. And then if the poacher is caught, "the animal already died in the process."
Robo-wildlife, it turns out, are pretty hard to kill. If a bullet busts the motor, it's replaceable, Wolslegel said.

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