TRAPPING INCIDENT SURVEY

The Center for Wildlife Ethics (CWE) is tracking trapping incidents across the U.S. and Canada in an effort to document the countless animal victims who are killed and maimed by trappers and expose the scope and intensity of the violence associated with society's tolerance of this unpopular and archaic industry. Contrary to PR spin from the industry itself, trapping is inherently dangerous, grotesquely violent and astonishingly under-regulated or unregulated at all levels of government. 

If you have information on an animal trapping incident and would like to help CWE’s efforts to stop trapping cruelty, please complete the survey below. In some cases, we may be able to offer legal assistance. CWE will not disclose your identity, your personal details, or the specifics of the incident you report without your explicit permission.

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Name *
Name
Approximately when did the incident occur? (if known)
Approximately when did the incident occur? (if known)
When did you discover the incident?
When did you discover the incident?
What type of trap was involved? *
What type of animal was harmed in the trap? *
Did you witness the trapping incident? *
Is the animal harmed yours?
Were you or another person injured by the trap at any point, including any attempt to free the trapped animal?
What type of land was the animal trapped on?
What was the outcome of the incident?
In some cases, it will be helpful to CWE's wildlife advocacy to reach out to individuals reporting trapping incidents for additional details or clarification. May CWE contact you for more information on this incident? *
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