Operation Game Thief

Stopping Poachers in their Tracks

Operation Game Thief (OGT), Missouri’s anti-poaching program, was initiated by a committee made up of members of the Conservation Federation of Missouri. In cooperation with the Missouri Department of Conservation, OGT works to stop the illegal taking of fish and wildlife that includes trophy animals and rare and endangered species.

The intent of the program is to put hard-core violators and poaching rings out of business and to make the marginal violators think twice about poaching.

OGT works by providing a state-wide, toll-free hotline, reward incentives, a better public understanding of poaching, and how to recognize and report violators. If you want to report game/fish violations and cannot reach your local conservation agent, dial toll-free 1-800-392-1111.

Tax-deductible donations to that fund can be sent to the Conservation Federation of Missouri at this address:

Operation Game Thief/ Forest Arson Reward Fund
C/O Conservation Federation of Missouri
728 West Main St.
Jefferson City, Missouri 65101
Missouri Department of Conservation Operaton Game Thief Website.

For a brochure on this program, email us.