Monday September 28 2009

Operation Game Thief
If I see someone breaking a wildlife law, what should I do?

First, do not confront the poachers. Note as many details about the situation as you can, including number of hunters, what was being hunted, description of vehicle, vehicle license plate number, and time and place of incident. Then call either your local sheriff or natural resource officer or Operation Game Thief, 1-877-426-3843. A list of phone numbers for NROs may be found in the 2009 Kansas Hunting and Furharvesting Regulations Summary, available at most KDWP offices and license vendors, or online here.

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You can help prevent the poaching of our natural resources by calling in illegal activities to the Operation Game Thief hot-line. Watch this video for more information.

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