Some of you may have wondered in the past whether federal wildlife agents were truly on the ball in addressing the most serious threats to today's fish and game. Well, read this and lay those fears to rest. Just last Thursday, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service wardens walked into Maine's Cappy's Chowder House and confiscated an illegally stuffed gull that was being blatantly misused as décor. The fact that the gull was killed in 1857—more than 50 years before the species became protected—didn't deter them in the least. Here's the story.