A Canadian man has pleaded guilty to flying unmanned aerial vehicle in the High Peaks Wilderness in the Adirondacks. He violated environmental conservation regulations.

A forest ranger spotted a drone in June 2017 and give a ticket for operating the device near ranger’s outpost. He was fined $75 in addition to a $75 court fee.

The operator broke the state laws that prohibits any unauthorized person to use a motorized equipment in wilderness, primitive bicycle corridor or canoe areas within the Adirondack.