POLICE have issued more than 30 infringement notices during a crackdown on illegal hunting in the Khancoban and Tumbarumba region.
Albury rural crime investigators joined officers from other stations and agencies for Operation Brushwood from Friday to Monday.
Police issued 32 infringement notices and laid two charges for a variety of offences, including not keeping a firearm safe, possessing a firearm in a public place, illegal hunting and possessing hunting equipment in a state forest.
Other offences included public knife possession, damaging or destroying vegetation in a national park and possessing a chainsaw in a national park.
Firearms, ammunition, knives and GPS trackers were seized.
Detective Inspector Winston Woodward said police had spoken to a large number of people.
He said the number of people undertaking unlawful and unsafe hunting was of concern to those involved in the operation.