It's been almost a year. Has the findings of this investigation revealed the suspected illegal activities of the USFWS and its co-conspirators?
WHAT INVESTIGATION? Never got a response Mike. I may try again since the NCWRC is offering rewards for turning in wildlife law violators.
“Wildlife crimes affect us all, whether we are hunters, anglers, trappers, bird watchers or just someone who enjoys walking in the woods,” said Lt. B.J. Meyer, assistant training director and communications supervisor for the Commission’s Law Enforcement Division. “Despite our constant efforts, it is not possible for our officers to apprehend all violators on their own. We need the guidance and support of the public to be most effective, so we rely on our citizens to assist in the reduction of wildlife crimes.”
These rewards range from $100 to $1,000, depending on the severity of the crime and the fines assessed by the court. To see a complete list of eligible violations, click here.
All tips received through the program will remain anonymous. However, to be eligible for the reward, you must provide the NCWRC with your name and contact information.
Tips can be submitted in four ways:
Via the internet: https://www.tipsubmit.com/webtipform...&AgencyID=1304
Via mobile app: To install the free app, search for "TipSoft" or "TipSubmit" in the Google Play store (Android) or the Apple App Store (iOS).
Via text: To submit an anonymous tip through text messaging, type WILDTIP and your message, then send it to 274637 (CRIMES on most cell phones). Texts are anonymous, so senders must identify themselves in the body of the text in order to claim a reward. Message and data rates may apply.
Via phone: To submit a tip via phone, for reward or anonymously, dial 1-855-WILDTIP. The hotline is available 24 hours a day to handle calls from concerned citizens. This phone number is only for poaching-specific violations. For all other wildlife violations, questions and concerns, call 1-800-662-7137.
Last edited by Jett; 01-28-2016 at 09:07 PM.
It's time to get another gear and get others involved. At least we can start a sincere push to enforce the resolution that was sent to the USFWS. Their position is even weaker now than it was a year ago.
I'm more concerned with USFWS and "conservation" groups breaking federal and state laws by releasing non native, invasive predators on NC landowners private property. It's documented, so prosecution should not be difficult.
How about deliberately "Sterilizing" 50, yes 50... Non-Native and Invasive "Hybrids" within 10.4 miles of "Nesting" Turtles & Plovers? All with NO Authority and Illegally!!
If anyone thinks this scam is going away they are very mistaken...
Last edited by BR549; 01-29-2016 at 12:07 AM.
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