Reporting Fish Kills and Pollution

Help protect our valuable aquatic resources. Report fish kills as quickly as possible. Information needed includes: your name and a daytime telephone number, stream or lake name, county, date you first noted the fish kill or pollution, kind (species) of fish that have died.  This information will help the Department of Natural Resources investigate the event and identify the cause.  The sooner you report the event the greater the likelihood of completing a successful investigation.

CALL 1-800-241-4113 24 hrs a day, seven days a week (You can also call *DNR from a Cingular cell phone.)




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Ranger Hotline: (800) 241-4113

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(800)-241-4113

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