Report Crimes Against Wildlife
Blowing the whistle on wildlife crime provides critical information that will help law enforcement save animals and their habitats from extinction and destruction, and it may entitle you to a reward. However, before you report, it's important to make sure you're protected, and you have experienced legal counsel by your side.
You can report violations of the Endangered Species Act, The Lacey Act, the Fish and Wildlife Improvement Act, the Wild Bird Conservation Act, the Antarctic Conservation Act, and the Antarctic Marine Living Resources Convention. Read more about wildlife protection laws that include whistleblower protections.
All of these laws authorize awards to be paid to wildlife whistleblowers.
Violations you can report on include the poaching and illegal trafficking of endangered species, illegal forest-clearing operations, and illegal and unsustainable fishing operations, among others.
To get in contact with an experienced attorney, report wildlife crimes here.