Protecting our Fish and Wildlife
for Future Generations.

Reporting PoachersMake Your Report Count

Justice Department Logo (small)Fish and Wildlife Enforcement Officers rely heavily on your assistance in stopping any illegal hunting and fishing activities (i.e. hunting during closed season, trafficking in big game, netting of salmon and trout, exceeding quotas, etc.)  Receiving timely, accurate information is critical for successful apprehension of the violator. If you witness or suspect poaching you should safely take note of as much information as possible and immediately report the activity to Fish and Wildlife Enforcement.

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ADDITIONAL CONTACTS

Newfoundland and Labrador's natural resources are protected by both federal and provincial agencies each with their own responsibilities.  While any illegal activity may be reported anonymously by contacting Crime Stoppers, other enquiries can be made by directly contacting the appropriate agency.

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24 / 7 report line: 1.877.820.0999

Images & Videos

"Toys for Joys" - Lab West Detachment - Nov. 2016
Provincial Fish and Wildlife Enforcement Officer of the Year Award, 2015 - Officer Glenda Bateman
Athlete Daniel Moores and FWED Supt. Barry White lighting the games cauldron of the Special Olympics Canada 2016 Winter Games, Corner Brook, March 2016

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