Category Archives: Conservation

Shed Hunt Responsibly to Protect Big Game

thAs the winter months pass and spring approaches, many people suffering from cabin fever head to Idaho’s hills in search of the antlers big game animals have dropped.
Antlers from deer, elk and moose are commonly found in areas where they spend the winter months. Typically, mule deer and moose shed in late December through March, Continue reading Shed Hunt Responsibly to Protect Big Game

Wyoming Seeks Public Input on Post-delisting Grizzly Bear Management Proposal

Grizzly walking in flowers

This proposal outlines how Wyoming would manage grizzly bears when they come off of the endangered species list. Game and Fish is asking for public feedback. Those interested can comment online, at public meetings around the state or by mail. Continue reading Wyoming Seeks Public Input on Post-delisting Grizzly Bear Management Proposal

FWS Distributes $1.1 Billion to State Wildlife Agencies

hunter-at-edge-of-snow-field This past March, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service distributed $1.1 billion in revenues generated by the Pittman-Robertson Wildlife Restoration and Dingell-Johnson Sport Fish Restoration acts. Continue reading FWS Distributes $1.1 Billion to State Wildlife Agencies

National Park Service Seeks Public input on Grand Canyon Bison Herd Reduction

azgf_logoThe National Park Service (NPS) is seeking public comment on proposed changes to the scope of the Bison Management Plan at Grand Canyon National Park. The focus of the planning effort will shift from development of a long-term management plan for North Rim bison to initial herd reduction. Continue reading National Park Service Seeks Public input on Grand Canyon Bison Herd Reduction