Juan (the perpetually unlucky jeweler from some of my previous questions on this site) decides to go turkey hunting in far-north Minnesota, near the border with Canada. Assume that it is legal to hunt turkeys there during this time of year.
He eventually finds a turkey and shoots it down as it is flying away from him, towards the nearby Canadian border. The turkey dies on the American side of the border, but lands on the Canadian side, within arm's reach of America.
Provided he doesn't step foot in Canada, may Juan reach across the border and retrieve his kill?
Note: while I've set the question in Minnesota, I'm interested to hear about differences in other states' pertinent laws.
Assume that there's a Canadian law-enforcement officer there to see what's happening. After all, if a tree falls in the forest, but there's nobody around to hear it, does it make a sound?
Also, I'm interested in hearing about Canadian law affecting the matter, not just American laws.