Report Poachers In Georgia Using Ranger Hotline

Georgia DNR Law Enforcement Division is requesting help from the public to stop poaching and other illegal hunting activities this season by utilizing the Ranger Hotline.

Every year, only a very small percentage of observed hunting violations are reported and DNR Law Enforcement wants that to change.

“We are enlisting all the citizens of Georgia with the Ranger Hotline Program,” says GA DNR Law Enforcement Director Col. Eddie Henderson. “If you see a poacher or any illegal hunting activity in progress, call the hotline number or send an email and report it. You can remain anonymous and if your tip leads to an arrest, you get a cash reward for certain violations. It’s as simple as that.”

Poaching is essentially stealing wildlife that belongs to all citizens and taking away their recreational opportunities, like hunting, fishing or wildlife watching.

For In-Progress Violations, call Ranger Hotline:

(800) 241-4113 or RangerHotline@dnr.ga.gov
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For non-In-Progress Violation tips, call your Region Office:

Region I – Northwest GA (770) 529-2424

Region II – Northeast GA (770) 535-5499

Region III – East Central GA (706) 595-4211

Region IV – West Central GA (478) 751-6415

Region V – Southwest GA (229) 430-4252

Region VI – Southeast GA (912) 685-2145

Region VII – Coastal GA (912) 264-7234

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