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Colorado Turkey Talk

DENVER – There are a lot of people talking turkey this time of year. Roasted or deep-fried?  White meat or dark? Do you want stuffing with that? But ask a Colorado bird hunter about turkeys, and you are more likely to hear them debate the Rio Grande versus Merriam’s turkey….


Dusky (blue) Grouse Range Expanded to Mogollon Rim by Arizona Game and Fish

Chicken-sized bird offers upland hunters and bird-watchers a unique opportunity PHOENIX —  The dusky “blue” grouse’s population and range are increasing in Arizona due to recent translocation efforts by the Arizona Game and Fish Department to offer upland hunters, bird watchers, and outdoor recreationists another area to enjoy this unique…


Where to go Small Game Hunting in Eastern Colorado

Join the Colorado Division of Wildlife (DOW) for a free evening seminar to explain the Walk-in Access program that provides small game hunters with places to hunt in Eastern Colorado.  Learn about places to hunt in the northeastern and southeastern parts of the state, with a particular focus on dove…


Ruffed Grouse populations continue slow rise

MADISON – Each year since 1964, state biologists, foresters, wardens, federal foresters and members of the Ruffed Grouse Society have driven survey routes stopping to listen at predetermined locations for the unmistakable sound of drumming ruffed grouse. These drumming counts and observational data on breeding success are used to estimate…


Apply Early for Special Hunting Permits to Ensure Meeting the June 18 Deadline

OLYMPIA – Hunters have until June 18 to apply for special fall hunting permits, but wildlife managers suggest they submit their applications as soon as possible to avoid potential delays and complications. The permits, available to winners of a random drawing, afford special hunting opportunities for deer, elk, mountain goat,…


Game and Fish Commission Sets Seasons For 2008

CHEYENNE– The proposed 2008 hunting seasons were a major topic of discussion at the April 24-25 annual season setting meeting of the Wyoming Game and Fish Commission in Casper. In addition to discussion about big game license changes for 2008, the Commission also discussed continued challenges to obtain access for…


Study Seeks Answers About Sage-Grouse, Oil and Gas

VERNAL — How does oil and gas development affect sage-grouse? A donation from Questar Exploration and Production Company will allow Utah Division of Wildlife Resources biologists to find more answers to that question. Questar recently donated more than $27,000 to the UDWR to fund a greater sage-grouse study. Biologists will…


Whiskey Mountain Bighorn Sheep / Past and Present

CHEYENNE– In the day to day managing of Wyoming’s game animals, wildlife managers must take a number of factors into consideration when establishing hunting seasons, license quotas and looking after the well-being of the game herds.    Such things as hunter success, habitat condition, winter loss and more can all…