Poaching is a slang word used for the illegal killing of wildlife

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Poaching is a slang word used for the Illegal killing of wildlife. There’s a great deal of poaching happening around the world, in the USA and right here in WI’s back yard. It takes a toll on our wildlife populations even bringing them to the brink of extinction.

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Above are several tips and guidelines to help report and stop poaching from HSUS http://m.humanesociety.org/issues/poaching/

Wardens, or better known as game wardens are on the front lines against illegally killing of wildlife. A game warden is an employee who has the role of protecting wildlife.

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Above is an Warden Wire for news on WDNR wardens http://dnr.wi.gov/topic/wardenwire/

Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (WDNR) has a tip line to call in violations. 1-800-847-9367

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Above is all the WDNR tip line information for you to call in a violation. 1-800-847-9367

With game wardens in short supply and or because they are over worked in the news this year is a citizen wolf hunt monitoring organization called Wolf Patrol. They are in WI monitoring the use of dogs in the WI wolf hunt.

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Rod Coronado’s Great Lakes Wolf Patrol daily up dates here: http://wolfpatrol.org/2014/12/02/video-1st-day-of-hound-hunting-season-in-wi-report-from-the-field/

These are all good sources for anti poaching of wild animals. If you suspect, or see any poaching/illegal activity call the WDNR tip line listed in the above posters.

Let’s be on the front lines helping WDNR game wardens stop poachers in their tracks!
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