United States v. Andrus, 383 Fed. Appx. 481 (5th Cir. 2010)

(defendant's conviction and sentence for taking migratory birds by aid of bait in violation of 16 U.S.C. Sec. 703 upheld; USFWS testimony that milo field at issue had not been harvested was credible and testimony of farm employee to the contrary was not credible and court would not disturb trial court's witness testimony credibility determination; testimony that use of stripper header to harvest milo did not establish that such practice was a normal agricultural practice; defendant's testimony that he could not reasonably be expected to know field was baited because he was not a farmer was not credible - defendant failed to inspect field and unharvested milo clearly present near defendant's duck blind and decoys).