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Idaho Fish & Game is offering cash for reporting this evil act

Growing up, some of us were probably told never to insult others. We are told that it looks bad and that it makes us weak, as if we can't handle it.

Well, we have news for you: you can also make money as a chatterbox.

Tattling = reporting

Regardless of whether you call it “snitching” or “reporting,” if someone shouldn’t do something, then they just shouldn’t do it. And shoot – if you gave us some money to convict someone for doing something they shouldn't be doing anyway? Let the games begin, baby!

Idaho Fish & Game does just that, and for good reason: You can't shoot protected wildlife.

According to Idaho Fish & Game, there have been reports of “birds of prey and other protected wildlife” being found shot in southern Idaho. It's as pointless as it sounds and can lead to a variety of problems.

“The desert of southern Idaho becomes a popular area for recreational shooting in the spring,” they said on their website.

“While most target practice is conducted by responsible gun owners, a worrying minority illegally kills protected wildlife.”

Idaho Fish & Game notes that poaching can also lead to other crimes involving “shooting down signs, power lines or other electrical equipment.”

So what should you do?

Time to babble, baby, get the money! Idaho Fish & Game says if you see someone shooting at protected wildlife, you should get as much information as possible about the people involved: what they look like, where the crime happened, what animals are involved, etc.

This could result in Idaho Fish & Game rewarding you with cash.

Learn more about Idaho Fish & Game's cash reward system here.

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