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New conservation app targets polluters and poachers

November 28, 2016 – 250 News The BC Wildlife Federation has announced a free new app aimed at targeting polluters and poachers in this province.conservation-app Available to iPhone users (an android version is in the works), the app makes it

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Poachers, dumpers targeted

November 28, 2016 – Castanet hose wanting to help stamp out poachers and polluters have a new weapon. The BC Wildlife Federation released an iPhone app that lets users take geo-referenced, time-stamped pictures or videos to report illegal activity in

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Reporting poachers, backwoods garbage dumpers made easy with B.C. Wildlife Federation phone app

November 28, 2016 – InfoTel The B.C. Wildlife Federation has launched a UBC Okanagan-designed app that makes it easier for outdoor enthusiasts to report infractions. Users of the Conservation App use their cell phones to take geo-referenced, time-stamped photos or

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