The True Story of Woman Undercover Wildlife Agent, A Hunt for Justice is a gripping account of life inside an illegal Alaskan big game hunting camp as told by the only woman to conduct a major federal undercover investigation inside such a camp. In late August 1992, while working as a US Fish and Wildlife special agent, Lucinda Delaney Schroeder leaves her husband and seven-year-old daughter behind and poses as a big game hunter, infiltrating a ring of international poachers who are out to kill the biggest and best of Alaska’s wildlife. Beneath the façade of a legal hunting operation, a network of guides and pilots collaborate to kill Alaskan big game animals to satisfy the insatiable demands of wealthy European trophy hunters. These criminals are so wily and suspicious, that their crimes can best be cracked from the inside by a woman.
Lucinda with Bob Bowman and the Super Cub he used to illegally herd wildlife to high paying clients as they stood on the Alaskan tundra to gun-down their trophy animals.
Read how Lucinda coached confessions out of these three Spanish poachers about the wildlife they killed illegally in Alaska.
Lucinda with the illegal Dall's sheep she killed inside the Gates of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. She made the kill to make the case against the illegal outfitter and guides she was after.