Manager of Public Education and Corporate Communications at the National Environment and Planning Agency, NEPA, Ollyvia Anderson, is warning bird hunters against breaching the Wildlife Protection Act.

She says breaches could land persons in prison for up to two years or see them fined a minimum of 1- hundred thousand dollars.

She says reports reaching NEPA yesterday suggest persons have been bird hunting outside the season.

Ollyvia Anderson, Manager of Public Education and Corporate Communications at NEPA.

She was speaking last evening with Nationwide News.

Ms Anderson says the declared bird hunting usually lasts 6 weeks.

She also says NEPA will be increasing it’s monitoring with the police to prosecute those in breach.