SB 226 – First TrailSafe law

The video below tells the tale. TrailSafe Nevada began in 2007 when reports of dogs trapped in popular recreation areas hit the media. Concerned people connected via media and became a grassroots citizen network. Because commercial trapping on our public lands is so...

Trap Registration Regulation Approved

SB364 mandates trappers to either place their name and address on each trap, snare or other device used on public land, or else to apply for a registration number from the NV Dept. of Wildlife (NDOW) and to place this number on each device. The regulation spelling out...

Warning Signs on Public Lands

Our law, SB364, passed July, 2017. One measure requires warning signs to be posted on public lands where trapping might occur. We are working on this and are much encouraged. The United States Forest Service is now finalizing notices which will be posted at kiosks and...

Trap Law Reform Bill Signed into Law

On June 3, 2017, Governor Sandoval signed SB364. As amended, we now have mandatory trap registration/ID; legal protection for persons moving or disturbing traps that create an immediate risk to persons or companion animals; and a mandate for warning signs to be posted...