Protecting our Fish and Wildlife
for Future Generations.


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Fish and Wildlife Enforcement is the division of the Department of Justice and Public Safety responsible for protecting Newfoundland and Labrador's valuable fish and wildlife stocks from poachers. Fish and Wildlife Enforcement Officers work hard to investigate and charge those involved in illegal activities.  You can play a vital role in preserving our province's unique and abundant resources by anonymously reporting suspicions of poaching in Newfoundland and Labrador.

We value every tip and we consider your input very important to our work.

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Be Safe and Be Seen: Wear Blaze Orange While Hunting! 

Report Poaching
24 / 7 report line: 1.877.820.0999

Images & Videos

"Toys for Joys" - officers in Lab West donate toys for needy children
Officer Nathan Hodder - Fish and Wildlife Enforcement Officer of the Year and the Shikar-Safari Club International Wildlife Officer of the Year for Newfoundland and Labrador
Officer Mark Gillam - Fish and Wildlife Enforcement Officer of the Year for the Western Region

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