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Watching Bighorn Sheep in Nevada – From A Distance

Wildlife watching is fast becoming a popular, low-cost outdoor sport, and an increasing number of people want to know where they can go to have a good chance of seeing wild animals. In Southern Nevada, one the most popular animals for wildlife watchers is the desert bighorn sheep — Nevada’s…


New Partnerships at Mitchell State Park Benefit Campers

Department of Natural Resources state parks and recreation officials today announced Mitchell State Park has formed a partnership with the Cadillac/Wexford Transit Authority (CWTA) and Niche Communications to benefit campers at Mitchell State Park. The partnership offers campers a great fuel saving opportunity as they will be able to take…


Trailhead Closed, Investigation Continues in Possible Wild Animal Attack in Sandia Mountains

SANDIA PARK — The U.S. Forest Service has closed the Balsam Glade Nature Trail and campground in the Sandia Mountains while Department of Game and Fish officers continue to investigate Saturday’s apparent attack of a 5-year-old boy by a wild animal. The attack occurred approximately 7:30 p.m. Saturday on a…


Biologists Preparing For Possible Increase in Deer Nuisance Complaints

MONTICELLO – Wild animals, particularly deer, forced from flooded land have moved to neighboring croplands, and may impact farmers’ summer crops. Although some ridges in the flooded region are above water, the land left can only support so many animals. Small woodlots and farms near flooded land offer good shelter…


Orphaned Wildlife Needs No Rescue

Concern for “orphaned” wildlife is simply human nature. Most people who come across a deer fawn, a young bird or a newborn rabbit will initially watch in amazement and then immediately wonder if the animal is in need of help. This spring, as newborn wildlife blossom into existence, the Georgia…